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Do you really need a phone charger that levitates? Tech startup OvRcharge thinks you do. 

OvRcharge uses magnetic force to keep your phone suspended in the air and stops charging it when the battery is full.

The company is hoping to distribute the gadget starting in November 2016, which means it might be the perfect thing to add to your holiday wish list.  Read more…

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