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Articles & news - phone charging industry blog | Veloxity - Part 18

The latest news and trends in mobile technology, events, and more.

Phone Battery Statistics Across Major US Cities

Today, almost everyone has a cell phone and 77% of Americans use smartphones. As the years progress younger and younger children are starting to use cellphones and even smartphones.

Having a smartphone is no longer a luxury, it is the norm.

It is hard to pass up having a smartphone when you can talk to someone on the other side of the world in real-time through your device’s screen, store hundreds of gigabytes for easy access without using a hard drive, and trade stocks on your smartphone. Read More

Benefits of a Cell Phone Charging Station

Content updated on September 12th, 2016

Welcome to the Information Age – the age of talking to someone on the other side of the world in real-time through your device’s screen; the age of storing hundreds of gigabytes for easy access without using a hard drive; the age of trading stocks on your smartphone. Read More

New Rules for In-Flight Use of Electronics | Cell Phone Use on Planes

November 17, 2013 | By |

Content updated on April 21st, 2015.

Since the beginning of media mass consumption, frequent flyers have grown more and more comfortable with enjoying personal electronic devices in-flight, despite warnings and existing rules against their use. This has led airline carriers to re-examine their current operating policies. As a result, the FAA has gone ahead and reduced regulations for cell phone use on planes. This regulation lift also stands for tablets, laptops, e-readers, as well as other electronic devices. Finally, the wait is over!… Or is it? Read More

5 Ways to Increase Cell Phone Battery Life

These days, our lives revolve around our phones. According to a study conducted by www.hackernon.com, which gathered research from industry leaders such as comScore, Nielsen, eMarketer, Pew Research Center and other companies found that American aunts spend around 2 hours and 50 minutes on their smartphones each day. Read More