As you get ready for work, you tap the coffeemaker, the blender, your electronic toothbrush. Out the door, you’re wearing your smartwatch, Fitbit, Bluetooth headphones, and holding your smartphone and EV key.Seems mobile. But you’re near-completely tethered. With only limited wireless charging capability. We’re so accustomed to charging our devices; we’re not even aware of the degree to which we need wireless charging. Once that mindset changes and some of the technology challenges resolve, wireless charging will head to mainstream.That’s why we wanted to interview Mike Harmon, director of marketing for NuCurrent—a client of IRI and the “world’s go-to source for wireless power” with more than 150 patents in its estate.