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  • Interesting. Do you think it's pronounced why-tricity, or wih-tricity, as it looks like at first glance?

    August 21, 2008

  • "The research project, which is being led by Joshua R. Smith, an Intel researcher at a company laboratory in Seattle, builds on the work of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology physicist Marin Soljacic, who pioneered the idea of wirelessly transmitting power using resonant magnetic fields. The MIT group refers to the idea as WiTricity, a play on wireless and electricity."

    The New York Times, Intel Moves to Free Gadgets of Their Recharging Cords, by John Markoff, August 20, 2008

    August 21, 2008