We’re just days away from the world’s biggest mobile event. Mobile World Congress will be taking over Barcelona from 26th February to 1st March. The reality of a wireless world is set to be prevalent at Mobile World Congress. Following wireless charging integration into Apple phones last year, the wireless charging market is set to rocket to be worth 14bn dollars by 2024.
We are pleased to announce our partnership with professional workspace providers, Breather. We are excited to be integrated into their network of beautiful, inspiring workspaces. Breather employees and visitors will now be able to charge their devices wirelessly during their meeting in select Breather spaces by simply placing their devices on the charging enabled surfaces.
London’s baristas regularly hear the refrain, “would you mind charging my phone?”. Indeed, it’s a hazard of the job. Recent research found that people working in the capital’s cafes are asked to charge customers’ phones around 20 times a day.
Dan Bladen is changing that. His company, Chargifi, based on Chancery Lane and rapidly expanding into the US, brings wireless charging to the high street through “digital zones”. It already works with Pret A Manger and provides wireless charging hotspots for customers’ phones, tablets and laptops. Transmitters are fitted under the tables, so all you have to do is place your device on the surface to boost battery....[READ MORE]