Google Nexus has wireless charging - please can everything else have it already?
Owners of the Google Nexus 7, Nexus 5 and Nexus 4 now have the option of charging their gadget without wires, ridding them of awful tangly wires. Apart from the wire to the charger itself of course.
Sadly, it is American-only at the moment, and it costs $49.99 from Google Play. It works by snapping your device magnetically, which means it eliminates the problem of broken ports and wires.
There's no news as yet about the release of the charger in the UK. When it does, it'll probably go for £49.99 (as that's the way things seem to go thanks to technology companies and their jazz-like take on currency conversions.
However, this does look like a peer into the future, so here's hoping someone bright makes a universal, wireless charger for all our devices.