Your home is likely cluttered with cables trailing out of wall sockets or outlet strips to which you connect your family's phones for recharging. Clear this cable clutter with third-party wireless charging cases, which use the same induction charging technology used to recharge your cordless toothbrush. Just lay your phone(s) on a recharging pad to rejuice your phone -- only the pad needs to be plugged into AC. Holding up universal adoption of built-in wireless recharging, however, is a seemingly unnecessary format war between the two primary wireless recharging camps, Qi, the brand name of the Wireless Power Consortium, and Duracell's Powermat, which leads the Power Matters Alliance. Without one universal system, phone makers have shied away from building in the capability.