Marshall Major IV wireless headphones offer great sound, plus 80+ hours of battery life and wireless charging – TechCrunch

Marshall’s new Major IV headphones ($149.99) combine lightweight comfort with wireless charging, and up to 80 hours of playback for an iconic headset that’s affordable and flexible. At home or on the go, these are a great option with unique features that you won’t find anywhere else in the headphone market. Basics This is the fourth iteration of Marshall’s Major on-ear wireless headphones, and they offer a number of improvements new to the lineup, including a new folding clip design that makes them even more compact when packed for travel…

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Nomad’s Base Station Pro with Aira FreePower tech finally realizes the promise of wireless charging – TechCrunch

Accessory maker Nomad has a long history of delivering great accessories for iOS and Android devices, using great quality materials and craftsmanship. Now, the company is partnering with wireless charging technology startup Aira to debut the later’s premiere product: FreePower, a position-free wireless charging technology. Nomad’s new Base Station Pro ($229) is the first product on the market with Aira’s FreePower tech, and I got the chance to check it out for the past week to see how it measures up. The basics Nomad’s Base Station Pro is a wireless…

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Power electronics and wireless charging startup Eggtronic raises $10M Series A – TechCrunch

Eggtronic, the Italy-founded startup developing power electronics, wireless charging and data over power technology and products, has closed around $10 million in Series A funding. Backing the company is Rinkelberg Capital — the investment fund from the founders of TomTom — and funds managed by an unnamed investment bank in Milan. It brings the total raised by Eggtronic since 2012 to $17 million. Eggtronic says the capital will be used to develop a new integrated circuits division at the Eggtronic research laboratories as it continues along its roadmap of more…

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Delivery Services Sued for Charging ‘Exorbitant’ Fees

GrubHub, DoorDash, Postmates, and Uber Eats have been sued for imposing fees through higher menu prices during the coronavirus pandemic and even before, reports Reuters. Three consumers claimed in a class action suit filed in Manhattan federal court that the delivery services violated the U.S. antitrust law by requiring that the restaurants charge customers the same price, while the services impose fees of 10 to 40 percent to process the orders. The complaint states, “Plaintiffs bring this claim for relief on behalf of all Americans who would still [like] to…

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