But Nexus 9 tablet owners will have to charge the old-fashioned way
Wireless charging isn't mentioned in the official Nexus 6 spec sheet on Google.com, but apparently that's just another launch-day oversight. A separate, more complete spec sheet distributed by Google to press reveals that wireless charging is indeed supported and built-in, just like the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5. The Qi charging standard isn't explicitly mentioned, but since this is used by other Nexus devices it's highly likely it's what the N6 is packing.
As for the new Nexus 9 tablet, though, owners of the HTC-built slate will need to charge the old-fashioned way, as wireless charging hasn't made the jump to this larger form factor.
As well as wireless charging, the Motorola Turbo charger — bundled with the device like the Droid Turbo — will apparently give six hours of use from 15 minutes on the charger.