WigL Articles

How WigL Could Solve Smartphone Users’ Biggest Concern

The smartphone is one of the most ubiquitous pieces of technology of the 21st century. Chances are high that you almost always have one either in hand or in your pocket. Since the debut of Apple’s iPhone in June of 2007, smartphones have come a long way. From...

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Why We Need To Get Rid of Extension Cords

Especially if you’re in an older home or workplace, you’ve probably run into the issue of not enough outlets for the number of electronic devices in use daily. Even if there are enough, they are often not in the right place. Enter the extension cord. Extension cords...

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WigL in the Wilderness

From the literary days of Jack London’s Call of the Wild to more recent movie releases like Adrift or The Mountain Between Us, the reality is that human beings seem fascinated with the idea of pushing our limits — and seeing if we can survive the stretch. This...

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WigL Could Change Your Road Trips Forever

Although everyone loves a good road trip, it’s undeniable that they come with more than their fair share of logistically challenges. Figuring out how to cover some of the same comforts of home while on the move in a vehicle hurtling down the highway at 70 mph is...

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Five things we don’t want batteries for anymore

Batteries are, in one sense, a brilliant invention designed to allow us to use some fantastic electronic devices, appliances and technology far from a wired connection. We get that. But in another sense, they’re a real pain. We’ve already talked about the numerous...

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WigL Flying Cars into the Sky

People have been waiting for flying cars for a long time. Since the Space Age, motorists have been dreaming of the time when their four wheels would lift off the ground and commutes would be shorter, faster and in the sky. [video width="1280" height="720"...

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How WigL Could Help in Natural Disasters

Nearly a year ago, Hurricanes Harvey and Maria devastated Houston and Puerto Rico, respectively. While there was plenty of damage done to private property and public infrastructure, one of the most widespread effects of the storms was loss of power. In Texas, more...

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Four of Tesla’s Ideas Whose Time Has Come

Serbian-American scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla has long been the source of controversy, intrigue and folk legends. The namesake for today's high-end electric car personally registered around 300 patents during his career, many of them having nothing to do with...

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WigL Could Keep Drones in the Air

When two worlds collide, it's a big deal. Drones have emerged in recent years as a key player in not just military applications, but in the civilian world for photography, product transport and more. They're used by companies and hobbyists, kids and professionals. One...

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Four Super-Exciting Mobile Tech Developments

Ever since the smartphone became an essential part of our daily lives, people have continuously found new ways to use the technology to simplify our lives and make processes work more efficiently. From things like the iPhone-powered personal cooling fan to apps that...

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