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Apple announced the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X, which features Qi (pronounced CHEE) wireless charging. Along with many other new features, the Qi Wireless charging allows Apple users a hassle-free way to charge their iPhones while on the go. 

“We strive to promote safe driving and what better way to do that than having a Qi Wireless Charging mount. Although wireless charging has been available in the marketplace, Apple has brought the technology to the forefront with the launch the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X that are all Qi-enabled. We want drivers to remain hands-free while on the road, now they don’t have to fumble around with charging cables.” – Andy Chow, Vice President Product & Business Development at Bracketron.

What is Qi Wireless Charging? Wireless charging uses electromagnetic fields to transfer power from the charging base to your smartphone. 

What does that mean? You no longer have to plug a cable into your smartphone. The cable is now attached to a charging base, where you can easily place your phone on the charging base and you’re done.

Don’t get fooled!  More and more wireless charging products are coming out and some are not Qi Certified. If it is Qi Certified, which means that the product went through extensive testing to ensure that it is safe and compatible with other wireless charging products. The certified products will include the Qi Certified logo pictured below:


Our PwrUp Qi Wireless Charging offers a quick and easy way to charge your new iPhone 8, 8 Plus or iPhone X, Samsung S8, Samsung Note 8, Nokia Lumina 1520, LG G4, Motorola, Droid Turbo, Google Nexus 7, plus many more.


Most of us have to commute on a daily basis, and while the experience might not always be frustrating, it's hardly ever fun.

The gadgets on this list will help keep you even-keeled on your way to and from work, whether they help block out the world, or actually make the process of commuting less annoying.

They might not make that hour or two each day fly by, but they'll make sure that time won't crawl.

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TWICE Honors Best Of CES 2017 With Picks Awards

TWICE is proud to announce the winners of its third annual TWICE Picks Awards, honoring the best products at CES 2017. TWICE editors reviewed over 170 entrants, the most in its history, and chose winners based on the impact they’re expected to have at retail and the marketplace.


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As of January 1, 2017, California drivers will face a fine for handling their smartphone while driving.  Even if you do not live in California, this information is important to know.

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Bob Toski is one of the most popular and unforgettable professional golfers and instructors of any era. Checking in at 118 pounds in his youth, Toski was considered one of the longest pound-for-pound drivers. He competed in 21 major championships, and won 11 overall events on the PGA and Champions Tours.

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water damageSummertime means sand, surf and sun. It’s the season to let loose and finally relax. It’s also peak season for cellphone accidents—like spilling frozen drinks on your phone or getting hit by a water balloon while texting. Here are a few tips on how to protect your gadgets from summer hazards.

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road tripFrom the Griswold family in National Lampoon’s Vacation to Kermit the Frog in the Muppet Movie, road trips are a rite of passage for bringing families and friends together and opening their eyes to the great American landscape.

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The month of April, which is devoted to distracted driving and the dangers that come with it, may be at an end, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking about it all year. The dangers are present 365 days a year, which is why it’s no surprise that 43 states and U.S. territories have banned texting while driving for all drivers. Still not convinced that it’s not okay to shoot a quick text while you’re behind the wheel? Just watch these videos of people personally impacted by distracted driving.

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April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Get to know the facts. This infographic has facts about distracted driving and why you should do everything you can to avoid distractions and support safe driving.

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distracted drivingTexting while driving is a huge issue today, particularly amongst teenagers, who want to stay in constant communication with their friends. According to, the average time a person’s eyes are off the road when texting is five seconds. When driving 55 MPH, that’s the equivalent of driving the length of a football field while blindfolded. To combat this, companies are coming out with apps disable the ability to send or receive texts when behind the wheel. Drivers should just automatically refrain from texting while driving, but if you are worried about your own self-control or your teens refusing to listen, these apps will help prevent texting while on the road.

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