Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is a word conjurer at Windows Central, covering everything related to Windows, gaming, and hardware. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a device chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

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Wireless Power Consortium announces new magnetic, backwards compatible wireless charging system at CES

Wireless Power Consortium announces new magnetic, backwards compatible wireless charging system at CES

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The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), a collaborative effort of more than 180 companies, is the brand behind the Qi wireless charging standard we've enjoyed on Nokia Lumia Windows Phones since the Lumia 920. Today, the consortium announced a new resonant wireless charging system, which will be demonstrated this week at CES. According to a press release published today, the new...

Alan Mulally dispells rumors of possible move from Ford to take Microsoft's CEO position

Alan Mulally dispells rumors of possible move from Ford to take Microsoft's CEO position

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Microsoft's Steve Ballmer won't be heading up the company for much longer, leaving his post later this year. The company is currently looking for a replacement and rumours have pointed the finger at numerous potential candidates, including both Stephen Elop at Nokia and Ford's Alan Mulally. Mulally has previously denied any plans to move to Microsoft and once again the Ford CEO shoots...

Three Xbox games from Digital Chocolate, Electronic Arts pulled from the Windows Phone Store

Three Xbox games from Digital Chocolate, Electronic Arts pulled from the Windows Phone Store

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It’s never good news when a downloadable game gets delisted, regardless of platform. But a delisting is especially unfortunate for Windows Phone users, because delisted Windows Phone games can’t be redownloaded even by users who have purchased them. Nor can we back games up and restore them later. Just one of many issues we’ve lamented in the past that Microsoft still needs to fix....