Belkin launched a new range of wireless charging pads and vehicle mounts at CES 2018. They work with any Qi or PMA compatible wireless charge
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I keep prattling on about USB Type-C is taking over, and that this is good news. But, as always, switching from one standard (or from
Apple is boasting that the iPhone 7 has the best battery life yet for an iPhone. But no phone can guarantee lasting through an exceptionally
So what’s the one significant problem that everyone’s noticed with Apple’s new iPhone? Why, it’s listening and charging. If the Lightning port has earphones or
As CES wraps up, the smaller stories are being picked up on, but one of the last stories isn’t small, but rather about small cables, with Belkin predicting big things for USB Type C.
There are Apple iAddicts, and then there are those of us who dig the green droid made by Google. If you know someone who loves their Samsung or Sony or LG or HTC -- pretty much anything not made by Apple -- these are options for you.
With Apple producing so many iProducts, you probably don't have to look hard to find an Apple fan-person in your life. If you know at least one, you might want an idea or two, for their iLife.
Owners of the iPhone and Apple Watch probably have a few cables lying around on their bedside table for charging both gadgets, but what if there was one that could handle both?
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So many accessories out there cater to Apple’s iPhone, and while many are compatible, sometimes the Android folks need a little love, too, which is why GadgetGuy’s Android geek has assembled a small collection of accessories for anyone else like him.
Home automation is expected to be an area that kicks off in a big way this year, and the field is moving beyond WiFi lightbulbs as one of the biggest providers of the tech, Belkin, takes its wireless home concept into more places.
Some people just don't log off. We know because, well, that's us, but if you know someone like us and they just can't take a break, here are some suggestions that will work on their wish list.
Belkin has been in the home automation space for a while, but if you rented a home, you were out of luck. Until now, that is, as Belkin’s WiFi light technology comes to the bulb, meaning no sparky or heavy installation required.
Can a product become more than just a gadget, and can it become a word? That’s what Belkin’s CEO Chet Pipkin is hoping for if more people take up its home automation solution Wemo.