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Qualcomm: If you get rid of the plug, an EV becomes more electric

The reason is ease of use and taking advantage of every opportunity.

It does make sense, when you think about it.

Drayson Racing presents 850 hp electric racer at Low Carbon Racing Conference

Last year, Drayson Racing and Lola announced they would partner on an all-electric race car and now, at the 6th MIA International Low Carbon Racing Conference, the very impressive result of their collaboration has been revealed. The Lola-Drayson B12/69EV is an 850-horsepower (640-kW) monster that will seek to destroy many an electric vehicle speed record this year, whi

Qualcomm aquires HaloIPT, announces London wireless charging trial

Over the past year and a half, HaloIPT has been working hard at moving inductive power transfer – a wireless charging technology – from the labs at the University of Auckland where it was developed into actual vehicles, such as the Rolls Royce 102 EX.

HaloIPT inks wireless charger manufacturing deals in Asia, Europe

UK-based, HaloIPT is readying its in-road wireless charging system for plug-in vehicles and has inched closer the commercial launch by signing deals with two strategic production partners. HaloIPT will partner with Chargemaster in Europe and Evida Power in Asia to rush its inductive charging technology to market within the next 18 months.

UK-based HaloIPT introduces in-road charging system for electric vehicles

UK-based HaloIPT is ready to launch its in-road wireless charging system for electric vehicles (EVs). The company's setup, which works on inductive power transfer discovered back in the 1800s, promises to offer simple on-street charging for any battery-powered vehicles. HaloIPT claims that its system, unlike some others, is tolera