The Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the few devices that feature wireless charging built-in, which is a great and very convenient feature even with a reversible USB Type-C plug becoming the standard. However, the S8 seems to have some strange problems with it.
Many users are reporting that their various ... Read More »
A Canadian startup is aiming to change the way consumers charge devices. The team behind smrtFOB is creating a battery pack that moonlights as a key tracker, flash drive, Bluetooth speaker and more. The technology that empowers smrtFob’s versatility is a modular design, which allows users to build upon the existing base to satisfy their ... Read More »
Desktop chargers can be an invaluable part of your desk setup. Instead of having a power strip full of individual wall warts with cables running from the floor to your desk, a desktop charger can give you multiple USB ports from one outlet in a convenient place.
The Chetech 6 port USB charger ... Read More »
Quick Charge-compatible car chargers are getting very common these days, but many only have one port. Those with multiple ports often have a single Quick Charge port, which is unfortunate for passengers or tablet dash installs. (A standard port can’t keep up with an in-use tablet in the car. Ask me how I know.) The ... Read More »
Desktop chargers are a lifesaver. In a time where electronic devices are widespread but outlets are not, charging a few devices with their original chargers means taking up a bunch of outlets, which are often in short supply. Desktop chargers with a multitude of USB ports are a great way to solve that problem.
Ports: 4 ... Read More »
TYLT is no stranger to crowdfunding, having a proven record of successful campaigns. When I first heard of TYLT in 2013, they were Kickstarting their TYLT VU wireless charger and they immediately caught my eye. I loved the design of the TYLT VU and still think it’s one of the best wireless chargers you can ... Read More »
According to ecoworld.com, a full sun delivers about 100 watts of solar energy per square foot. That’s a bunch of energy just falling on the ground all around us. This energy delivery from the sun does a lot of important things like give us light, heat the earth and feed the plants through photosynthesis, ... Read More »
Devices are getting more and more power hungry, so batteries are growing in size. But charging has long remained fairly slow. If your phone is dead midday, you’ll be stuck by a charger for quite a while before it’s ready to go for a few more hours. But Quick Charge changed that, allowing devices to ... Read More »
TYLT is a company that’s always been at the top in regards to flash, design, and cutting edge charging technology. At CES 2016, they have not disappointed, introducing several updates to already popular TYLT devices. At Android and Me, we’ve been using and reviewing Read More »
Until this year, I never stepped outside of North America. When I was a kid, my parents apparently took me to Mexico, we vacationed to the Dominican Republic when I was in 6th grade, and I grew up only a few hours away from the Canadian border in Seattle. This year I traveled to Europe ... Read More »