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Google's Nexus 4 settles a question that is vital for some, but may become an important answer for many smartphone users in 2013 and beyond. Not only is wireless charging here to stay, but the addition of Qi wireless charging on the Nexus 4 means we have a winner in the standards war.
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At least until something better comes along.
 
Does it? Google has officially backed PMA (believe that's the name) along with Starbucks and AT&T and some others. Think the Nexus 4 got Qi cause of LG, not Google.
 
It may well come down to what/if Apple decides to go for. iQi anyone?
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