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Researchers at MIT have created a revolutionary device that could remotely charge batteries and power household appliances.
Nokia hopes to create a device that could harvest enough power to keep a cell phone topped up.
An app called Open Garden lets users share wireless bandwidth, and could reduce network congestion—if carriers don’t revolt.
A new gadget can broadcast music from your iPod to friends nearby.
A trial system offers calling, texting, and data by weaving signals around the chatter of baby monitors and cordless phones.
A new wireless service will provide its subscribers with e-mail at no cost for even the most basic mobile devices.
A new keypad doubles text-messaging volume among mobile subscribers.
Miniature cell-phone towers can improve patchy coverage and provide super-fast data speeds.
A research project cuts the electric cord, wirelessly charging an electronic device.