Millions of devices charged. And counting.
Motorola introduces the first cell phone. The DynaTAC 8000X. It provides 30 minutes of talk time before dying and retails for $3,995.
Motorola RAZR is the top selling cellphone.
Apple disrupts mobile device market. Apple introduces something wonderful in your hand: the iPhone.
KwikBoost is founded in Dallas, TX.
KwikBoost invents and patents the original mobile device floor stand charging station, and names it the “M8.”
KwikBoost launches the M8 Mobile Device Floorstand Charging Station, and BMW Austin, TX is
the first to purchase the patented M8.
KwikBoost becomes Apple Certified.
KwikBoost introduces the Work & Charge Power Table.
A majority (50%) of Americans now own a smartphone of some kind.
KwikBoost hires a full time, in-house graphic designer to provide custom graphic design services on all KwikBoost products.
KwikBoost charges its 1 millionth device.
KwikBoost introduces the Lock & Charge Charging Locker.
KwikBoost charges its 5 millionth device.
KwikBoost joins the Wireless Power Consortium.
Landlines disappear from almost half of all American homes.
KwikBoost charges its 12 millionth device.
KwikBoost ranks #47 on Dallas 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in North Texas.
KwikBoost introduces Work & Charge Power Wall Station.
KwikBoost enters e-commerce on Amazon.
KwikBoost charges over 20 million devices.
KwikBoost introduces the KwikBoost Infinity Warranty - the lifetime of your product or infinity, whichever comes first.
Apple announces wireless charging on the iPhone 8, 8+ and 10. KwikBoost launches its own integrated line of wireless charging solutions.
KwikBoost charges over 50 million devices.
KwikBoost expands charging portfolio with the acquisition of Smart Locker Provider, Brightbox.
95% of Americans now own a cellphone of some kind. 77% are smartphones. 8.4 billion connected things are in use worldwide. More than half of all households in the U.S. contain a cellphone but not a landline telephone. 59% use cellphone to call or text while inside store to discuss purchases. 46% of smartphone owners said their smartphone is something “they couldn’t live without.”