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Inductive Charging On Cell Phones and Cars, But Apple Wants True Wireless Charging

Toothbrushes have had a more advanced feature than most top of the line cell phones. Inductive charging has been a standard on many high end toothbrushes since the 90’s. Just set the brush on the stand and it charges wirelessly from the magnetic base.  The first major cell phone to accomplish the task was the Palm Pre in 2009 and we are just in the past year getting the technology on more phones. Recently... 

Annapolis Maryland Massive Substation Explosion Puts 46,000 Without Power During Outage [video]

People are all a buzz about the massive power outage that just hit Annapolis Maryland in Anne Arundel County. So far the total number of people without power in Maryland is up to 46,000 people. The specific timing of the power outage has people speculating and making jokes about the end of the world on December 21st, 2012 coming early to Maryland. UPDATE: Baltimore Sun is now saying that the number... 

Wind Tower Tariffs Disappoint China, Makes US Wind Energy Manufacturers Celebrate

The opposing sides are in complete difference with one side celebrating and one side opposing and condemning new tariffs on wind turbine towers. Multiple trade groups in the United States were celebrating new United States Commerce Department findings that Chinese & Vietnam manufacturers were selling wind turbine towers below the cost of production. This is not the first time that import tariffs... 

Global Wind Day 2012 Brings Celebration, Controversy & Contests For Wind Power #GlobalWindDay

Photo Credit: Winner Australia, Oceania, Antarctica (c) EWEA/Chris Wilson If you didn’t know it already, today, June 15th, 2012 is Global Wind Day where the world is celebrating together wind power which is being transformed on an international level to change the way we look at power. A destination page organized by EWEA (The European Wind Energy Association) and GWEC (Global Wind Energy... 
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