Startup raises $24M to build Cota wireless charge technology; Cisco discusses 2015 expectations

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Ossia is raising $24 million to build out its Cota technology, which can wirelessly charge electronic devices through walls and power gadgets that are more than 40 feet away. Article

> Silicon Labs, provider of wireless connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things, introduced its next-generation EZRadio  and EZRadioPRO wireless ICs. Release

> Cisco shares what mobile operators and their customers can expect in 2015. Blog

> Wireless industry pioneer Arlene Harris is setting her sights on a new product category aimed at women. Article (sub. req.)

> The use of mobile telecom services by consumers is no longer proportional to the revenue generated for mobile operators. Blog

> Like America's apple pie, it's hard to oppose net neutrality. Commentary

> The Cyborg Unplug promises to boot unwanted surveillance devices from Wi-Fi networks. Article

> Atlas Wearables, which has designed a fitness wristband that closely monitors the wearer's form when doing things like pushups, curls and squats, just closed a $1.5 million funding round. Article

> Cloud computing makes for some strange bedfellows. Article

And finally… Smart yoga mat could help you find your zen. Story

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