This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. Oh, you still charge your phone by plugging it into the wall each night? That’s . . . cute. One of the best things about the new iPhone is its wireless charging capability. Powered by Qi technology, it transfers energy from the coils in one device to similar coils in your phone.  But the best thing about wireless charging? You don’t need to know how it works. All you need to do is place your iPhone on a compatible charger and wander away. No cords, no fuss.  There are a lot of chargers out there that do multiple things—they charge your phone, your watch, your earbuds. They often have an extra USB port out the back. They light up, don’t light up, light up in patterns—the point being they’re needlessly complicated. This 7.5-watt Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad does one thing. You put your phone on it and it charges that device. The most complicated thing about it? Decidin...

Five Startups that Fight Off Unhealthy Eating at the Office

The bad news? A recent CDC report says eating at the office is about as healthy as eating at Wendy’s, which makes sense if you think about typical office cafeteria food (for those not working at some Silicon Valley startup with a private chef), vending machines, and office cakes for co-workers’ birthdays. According to the Healthy Eating Index, a metric created by USDA to measure nutritional quality on a scale of one to 100, workplace fare scored an average of 48. That’s the same score as a Wendy’s menu. Food consumed at work added extra calories to their diets—about 1,292 calories a week—with more than two-thirds of that coming from food given away for free. The good news? There are a number of startups looking to make eating at work a whole lot more healthy. Here are a few we’ve been following. Byte Foods provides offices with smart fridges full of fresh, healthy foods like salads and falafel snack packs. Employees just swipe their credit card, take what they want, and are charged automatically. SnackNation offers companies healthy snacks as a service to “inspire more conscious food decisions.” The company heavily curates its catalog, reviewing and taste-testing each product. ...