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wireless charging mats are gimmicky anyways.
The device still has to be right on top of the mat, and they never work quite as well as wires. Like plugging in a cable is that much harder anyways. The mat still has to be plugged in so it's not like you can charge and walk around or anything.
Google, with all their rockrstar 10x programmers and engineers fail yet again. What's the point of hiring "only the best" through a series of day long gruelling interview processes and obscure ego inflating (for the interviewers) exams - when all the software they write ends up in the trash. Their only good products are the search engine,
I take it you haven't used Google search lately to find new(not ones you lost the address to) websites? It has gotten really sucky. The first two pages are sockpuppet websites for whatever company is trying to sell you something. Example: learning a new language. You sued to be able to find real specialty sites on the web. Not so much anymore.