The household power cord might become a thing of the past. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have discovered a way to transmit wireless power, causing a 60-Watt bulb to light. The new technology follows in the footsteps of the radio, wireless telecommunications, and Wi-Fi.
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