For users looking to charge their smartphones while they’re driving, they’d have to buy a in-car charger and in turn plug the charging cable into their device. It’s a pretty convenient solution but for those who think that in-car charging solutions could be better, you will be pleased to learn that Qualcomm and Daimler have teamed up to develop something new.
Both companies will be looking towards creating wireless in-car charging solutions and at the same time, looking at how wireless charging technology could also be applied to electric vehicles. Imagine how convenient it would be to charge your car wirelessly, as opposed to having to seek an outlet to charge your car. Read full post →Qualcomm, Daimler To Develop Wireless In-Car Charging Solutions
With every iteration of the iPhone, Apple has endeavored to make it better than its previous one with changes that might not necessarily be just on the outside. According to a recent rumor, it has been suggested that one of the changes Apple could be making in the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus is the use of smaller backlight chips.
These chips, for those unfamiliar, helps to light up the display. According to the rumor, Apple will new smaller chips that measure 3×0.85×0.4mm versus the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus which features slightly larger chips at 3×0.85×0.6mm. Now the difference might not seem like much, but every little bit counts in terms of overall weight and thinness. Read full post →Apple’s Next-gen iPhones Could Feature Smaller Backlight Chips