The company says the devices were sold over a half-year period starting in June 2018.
Spansive's Source can charge four phones wirelessly at the same time and without some of the quirks and frustrations you associate with wireless charging pads.
Apple's announced it's pulled the plug on AirPower citing an inability to meet its own high standards after formally announcing it in 2017.
Apple is doing just about everything it can to launch the AirPower without officially launching it, as the box containing the new AirPods 2 headphones proves.
Stop us if you've heard this before, but a new report claims that Apple's AirPower could be released in a matter of days after a long delay for the wireless charging pad.
The best way to put Logitech's retro MX518 gaming mouse to the test was to try it with some nostalgic games.
Some screen protectors don't work with the in-display fingerprint sensor on Samsung's new phones, so the company will include one with the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.
AirPower was supposed to change the way you charge devices. But so far, it's proven to be vaporware.
The $119 Mophie Juice Pack Access lets you charge an iPhone X or later while still plugging your wired headphones into the Lightning port.
Google confirmed that the only accessory that can deliver 10W wireless charging to the Pixel 3 is its own Pixel Stand. But it's also working with third-party accessory makers to change that.
Apple has shown off its new iPhones, but where is AirPower? What about those new AirPods, iPad Pros and MacBooks? Here's a round-up of what didn't get announced.
Get geared up with free stuff in our Tom’s Guide USB Swag Giveaway. We’ve got 10 USB hubs up for grabs!
A Tom's Guide forum user has decided to dip his toe into the world of audio recording and is eyeing two potential tools for the job.
Being able to transform my phone with Moto Mods at the drop of a hat isn't just a party trick; it's a useful everyday feature.
Smart luggage adds convenience, but not all bags are cleared for takeoff. What you need to know before your next trip.
Nintendo's finally offering a solution to one of the Switch's biggest annoyances, but you're going to have to pay for it.