July 31, 2017
Why wireless charging needs an API
Jordan de Laune, Chargifi Lead Developer, talks about how Chargifi can help build richer user experiences that start with wireless power, but don’t stop there… Why wireless charging needs an API. Check it out here
We’re delighted to be partnering with Hotel Indigo – Kensington, a boutique hotel brand under IHG Group, to keep guests powered up and connected at their hotel bar. Guests will be able to sit back, grab a drink and charge cable-free at the end of a busy day. Goodbye travel adapters..!
Nicolas Braud, General Manager of Hotel Indigo – Kensington: “We always want to provide our guests with a great experience when they come through our doors. Having a fully-charged phone helps our guests properly explore and take photos of the local neighbourhood, and being able to do this through Chargifi’s innovative technology just makes it that much simpler for our guests.”
It’s been an exhilarating experience being part of Tech City’s Upscale 2017. Following the closing of the program, Chargifi was invited to an event hosted by Future Fifty – another venture by Tech City to support 50 of the UK’s most pioneering tech companies, including Shazam, Skyscanner, Just Eat and Deliveroo.
Oh – and did we mention that Team Chargifi won the Upscale bowling tournament?!
Charged Up: The Evolution of Samsung’s Wireless Charging Technology
Wireless chargers have in recent years transformed the mobile landscape by making the smartphone charging process more convenient. From Galaxy S4 charging cover to the latest S8+, Samsung has been at the forefront of making wireless charging technology available to consumers.
Read more on how their design have been evolving around wireless charging technology.
Global hotel brands transform customer experience with Chargifi’s smart wireless charging