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Wi-charge Podcast

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English


Episodes

Marc Saltzman on technical revolutions and wireless power

4/22/2020
Marc Saltzman is a recognized and trusted technology and gaming evangelist in North America. Marc is a freelance journalist for more than 40 publications (including a syndicated column with USA TODAY), a prolific (16-time) author, radio and television personality, public speaker, and a "translator" of 'geek speak' to 'street speak'. We discuss the technical revolutions that he has seen over the past years and what is coming, the impact of COVID-19 on smart devices and much more.

Duration:00:22:00

Lee Odess on trends in Access Control Systems

4/8/2020
Lee Odess is CEO of Group337, a growth studio focused on access control. Before Group337 he was an executive at Allegion, Unikey and Brivo. We talk about trends in access control, including the move from inconvenience to touchless systems as a result of COVID-19.

Duration:00:20:53

Roger Chang on the need for wirelessly-powered Wyze Cameras

3/23/2020
Roger Chang is the senior producer of the Daily Tech News Show. Roger and I discuss what device he would most like to be wirelessly charged, his home security system, pricing for wireless power and much more. This episode was recorded in March 2020.

Duration:00:14:02

Ken Pyle on 5G, IoT and how they are impacted by wireless power

2/27/2020
Ken Pyle is the Managing Editor of Viodi View and Viodi TV. Since 2007, he has produced, edited and/or filmed over 1,000 videos that appear on ViodiTV and/or the websites of vendors, telecom operators, trade publications and trade associations. Ken and I discuss the impact of wireless power on IoT, drones and 5G devices. This episode was recorded in Feb 2020.

Duration:00:15:20

Chris Griffith – Senior Technology Journalist at The Australian

2/12/2020
Chris Griffith is a senior technology journalist with The Australian newspaper. He specializes in computer and device reviews but also writes general IT news. He holds a science degree with majors in computer science and pure mathematics (Monash University) and an arts degree with a double major in journalism (University of Queensland). In this episode, recorded In Feb 2020, we discuss wireless power, with a focus on Australia.

Duration:00:17:03

Will Stofega – manager of the IDC Mobile Device Technology and Trends research program

1/15/2020
William Stofega manages IDC’s Mobile Device Technology and Trends research program, which analyzes a number of different topics related to mobile devices and technologies including, among others, GPS capabilities, mobile device operating systems, mobile browsers, device form factors and user interface issues. We discuss the impact of wireless charging on mobile phones, how 5G factors into this equation and whether fast charging eliminates the need for long-range charging. This conversation...

Duration:00:19:32

Alex Davies – Rethink Technology Research – on DIY vs DIFM Wireless Power

10/31/2019
Alex Davies is an analyst at Rethink Technology Research and the editor of Rethink IoT. He joins The Charge Guy to discuss DIY vs DIFM wireless power, ways for service providers to protect their revenues, an aftermarket approach to wireless power and much more. This episode was recorded on Oct 29, 2019

Duration:00:26:02

Dave Hamilton, co-founder of MacObserver on Wireless Power and Apple

9/30/2019
Dave Hamilton co-founded both The Mac Observer and BackBeat Media, and he is producer and co-host of TMO’s Mac Geek Gab Podcast. He joins The Charge Guy to talk about wireless charging for Apple, the three devices he would most like to be wirelessly charged at home, and much more. This episode was recorded on Sep 25, 2019

Duration:00:19:28

Dave Hamilton, co-founder of MacObserver on Wireless Power and Apple

9/30/2019
Dave Hamilton co-founded both The Mac Observer and BackBeat Media, and he is producer and co-host of TMO’s Mac Geek Gab Podcast. He joins The Charge Guy to talk about wireless charging for Apple, the three devices he would most like to be wirelessly charged at home, and much more. This episode was recorded on Sep 25, 2019

Duration:00:19:28

Jim McGregor, Tirias Research, on Sustainable Homes and the Cost of Power

9/3/2019
Jim McGregor (Principal Analyst, Tirias Research) describes his sustainable house and discusses the cost of power - solar, wireless and others - with The Charge Guy

Duration:00:18:51

Jim McGregor, Tirias Research, on Sustainable Homes and the Cost of Power

9/3/2019
Jim McGregor (Principal Analyst, Tirias Research) describes his sustainable house and discusses the cost of power - solar, wireless and others - with The Charge Guy

Duration:00:18:51

Wireless power for automotive and smart homes with Mike Brown of Inverse

8/8/2019
Mike Brown is the Morning News Editor for Inverse. We discuss the current status of contact- and long-range wireless charging, how these products could be used in auto and smart home applications and much more. This episode was recorded on July 12, 2019

Duration:00:22:26

Wireless power for automotive and smart homes with Mike Brown of Inverse

8/8/2019
Mike Brown is the Morning News Editor for Inverse. We discuss the current status of contact- and long-range wireless charging, how these products could be used in auto and smart home applications and much more. This episode was recorded on July 12, 2019

Duration:00:22:26

Wireless Charging for the Gadget Guy with Evan Kirstel

7/24/2019
Evan Kirstel is a B2B thought leader and top technology ”influencer” with a direct social media following of more than 400,000. He is active in areas like mobile, blockchain, cloud, 5G, HealthTech, IoT, AI, Digital Health, crypto, AR, VR, Big Data, Analytics, and CyberSecurity. Evan, a self-professed "gadget fanatic" and I discuss how wireless charging can impact gadgets. This podcast was recorded on July 1st, 2019

Duration:00:11:55

Wireless Charging for the Gadget Guy with Evan Kirstel

7/24/2019
Evan Kirstel is a B2B thought leader and top technology ”influencer” with a direct social media following of more than 400,000. He is active in areas like mobile, blockchain, cloud, 5G, HealthTech, IoT, AI, Digital Health, crypto, AR, VR, Big Data, Analytics, and CyberSecurity. Evan, a self-professed "gadget fanatic" and I discuss how wireless charging can impact gadgets. This podcast was recorded on July 1st, 2019

Duration:00:11:55

From Qi charging to long-range wireless charging with Gareth Beavis

7/10/2019
Gareth Beavis is the UK editor in chief of technology website TechRadar.com. Gareth and I discuss the journey from Qi charging to long-range wireless charging as well as analogies from the WiFi and video streaming realm. This episode was recorded on June 13, 2019

Duration:00:18:52

From Qi charging to long-range wireless charging with Gareth Beavis

7/10/2019
Gareth Beavis is the UK editor in chief of technology website TechRadar.com. Gareth and I discuss the journey from Qi charging to long-range wireless charging as well as analogies from the WiFi and video streaming realm. This episode was recorded on June 13, 2019

Duration:00:18:52

Product, Pricing and Distribution with Ross Rubin – Reticle Research

6/19/2019
Ross Rubin is the principal analyst at Reticle Research and a frequent contributor to ZDNet and Fast Company. We discuss what devices he wants to make wireless, pricing and distribution for wireless power and a lot more. This episode was recorded on June 5, 2019

Duration:00:21:50

Product, Pricing and Distribution with Ross Rubin – Reticle Research

6/19/2019
Ross Rubin is the principal analyst at Reticle Research and a frequent contributor to ZDNet and Fast Company. We discuss what devices he wants to make wireless, pricing and distribution for wireless power and a lot more. This episode was recorded on June 5, 2019

Duration:00:21:50

Wireless Power in the Smart home with Steve Chazin from Alarm.com

5/28/2019
Steve Chazin is the VP of Products at Alarm.com. Steve and I discuss some of the challenges with home security and the smart home, and how wireless power might be able to help. This episode was recorded on Mar 5, 2019

Duration:00:21:29