The wireless charging company adds its technology to silver-zinc microbatteries in a deal with ZPower.
News & Analysis: Energous
Sales fell short in the fourth quarter, and the wireless charging company is raising additional capital.
Energous reported a new business partner and its stock went down? What's that all about?
The wireless charging leader fell with the broader market and its latest quarterly results. Here's what investors need to know.
An analyst still rates Energous stock a buy, but his revised price target is significantly lower than it was.
Another FCC certification has investors pushing up the stock.
Taking advantage of a spike in its stock price, the power-at-a-distance company plans to sell additional shares.
Excitement about the company's disruptive wireless charging technology moved shares sharply. Speculation about its prospects is likely to move Energous' stock up -- and even down -- a lot in 2018.
The wireless charging tech specialist is rising again ahead of product demonstrations at next week's Consumer Electronics Show.
After receiving certification for a promising product, the wireless-charging specialist was the recipient of some kind words on Wall Street.
The FCC gave the green light to one of the company's transmitters.