The maker of the Prius Plug-in Hybrid is testing in Japan a new wireless technology that aims to cut the cable associated with electric vehicle charging.
Nokia is developing technology that would allow us to power our smartphones with lightning.
Sounding like a marriage between a vacuum company and a grocery-store cell phone, Drayson and Qualcomm are preparing for induction charging with no cords.
A groundbreaking wireless electric vehicle charging technology that works on the go enters greater field trials via being equipped on mass transit buses.
Wireless charging of electric vehicles in the U.S. will become more of a reality for owners of the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt come July.
The Swedish car maker thinks the secret to long-range EVs is to ditch the battery altogether.
Massachusetts-based startup WiTricity believes it has the answer to electric vehicle (EV) charging through wireless technology.