More devices means more trouble keeping everything charged. These four Mac and iPhone accessories will give you all the power you need, no matter your situation (assuming you’re not a supervillain hell-bent on world destruction).
Wireless charging is as convenient as it gets. Just set your device on the pad, and wait as the battery fills back up. As more devices gain Qi-compatibility, one pad isn’t enough, so this portable solution combines a pair of wireless charging pads in one slim package.
It’s time to trade your tatty old mousepad for one that’s fit for 2020. The Gazepad Pro from Wiplabs is brilliantly designed, beautifully made, and doubles as a fast wireless charging pad for your iPhone.
Get yours now in one of four fancy color options for less than you might think.
If you live in an older house where places to plug in are few in number, you begin to appreciate the idea of a charging station for multiple devices.
Pitaka’s Air Omni is a wireless charger for up to six devices that does away with multiple chargers and cords. And it will prevent you from having to cut additional sockets into the walls of your vintage digs.
The post-holiday tech fest that is CES shutters its doors today for another year. This week’s event has been as weird and as wonderful as any other, giving us a glimpse of all kinds of innovative gadgets on the way in 2020.
Better AirPods alternatives. Wireless chargers that achieve what Apple couldn’t. iPhone cases you can throw on the compost heap when they’re no longer needed. Here are the biggest trends from CES 2020.
Moshi, maker of stylish tech accessories, rolled out new products at CES Monday night along with a new warranty program that seems to discourage upgrades.
It sounds counterintuitive for a tech company. But Moshi, in announcing a 10-year global warranty program on all new products, says it wants to avoid producing cheap gadgets that add to mounting piles of tech garbage.