AT&T is lending its clout to urge cellphone makers to get behind the Power Matters Alliance standard for wireless charging, according to a published report that says Powermat Technologies and Procter & Gamble are leading the PMA charge. In a statement, AT&T confirmed that it has asked most of its hardware partners to support the Powermat standard by 2014. PMA's primary competition includes the Wireless Power Consortium-backed Qi standard that most smartphones now use.

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