You may not know this, but there is a booming resale value for smartphones out there. There are many dedicated sites, plus auction sites and Internet market listing sites, where you can post your smartphone, or other handheld device, and receive back some of the cost that you paid for it.
Here is something that you may not realize. Your Samsung Galaxy phone, Nexus Android phone, or any smart phone screen can harbor illness causing bacteria like E coli or staphylococci bacteria, among others, which may lead to illness or infection. Most of the time, this type of bacteria on smartphones are caused by regular phone handling, which transfers the infectious agents to the screen. Your smartphone is especially susceptible when other people handle or use it to make calls, surf the Internet – or when your children play games on it. When that happens, contamination can occur on your screen, and after that, it is an easy step to transfer the bacteria on smartphones to your face, mouth or nose, and lead to an illness or infection. Continue reading Phone Putting You at Risk for the Flu? Unprotected smartphones can carry 18 times bacteria than a toilet flush handle.
Show us a friend or family member who genuinely does not want to get a new Smartphone or tablet this holiday season, and we’ll show you someone who probably isn’t being honest about their holiday wish list.
Not everyone has fallen victim to the hypnotic sway of the digital and mobile revolution. But as the years pass and mobile computing devices become more and more convenient, those people are becoming harder and harder to find.
Indeed, the look on a family member’s face as they unwrap a new Android Nexus or an iPhone 6 is truly a welcome sight to behold. Because not only do these devices provide endless hours of fun and distraction—they’ve also become practically indispensable for everyday living.
But there’s another facial expression common to all owners of mobile devices that isn’t quite so joyous at all. Nearly all of us have experienced it. It’s the look on a device owner’s face when that new phone, for instance, becomes unexpectedly damaged. You can be almost certain that somewhere in the world, at this very moment, a Smartphone is being dropped and a screen is being irreparably scratched.
If you want to avoid that experience with your own devices, or with the devices you’ll be buying loved ones this season, there’s a way to do so that is both foolproof and almost surprisingly affordable. It exists in the form of a simple NuShield screen protector, which comes with the added benefit of reducing screen glare, keeping that screen free of fingerprints and other smudges, and nearly eliminating the bacteria that is almost certainly present on the Smartphone that’s sitting in your purse or pants pocket right now. But more about that in a minute.
Sports parents are busy parents. Between soccer practice and Little League games, you feel like you spend all your free time chauffeuring your kids from one activity to the next. As much as you love watching your children learn new skills and interact with their teammates, baseball practice and soccer games can eat away at your productivity.
Even worse is that while sitting out in the glare of the sun, if you can’t use your Smartphone to return emails, make appointments or play a round of Temple Run, you’ll probably be forced to make small talk with the other sports parents. You might even find yourself roped into yet another book club or sales party.
Fortunately, if you have a NuShield DayVue screen protector with anti-reflective technology on your phone, you’ll be able to use your Smartphone even on sunny days at the field, making tedious practices a heck of a lot more bearable.
Long fingernails can be beautiful. Many women take great pride in their nails, growing, filing, and polishing them. For many, a manicure is both an indulgence and a fashion statement. With new trends in nail art, longer nails provide a virtual open canvas to display one’s personality.
And yet while long fingernails can come in handy for scratching an itch or opening a package, they can also severely damage your Smartphone or tablet.
The holiday season is not only a festive time of the year. It’s also a busy time of the year for most of us. It’s a time of the year when any small trick that helps us get things done a little faster can go a long way. If you’re looking to get the most out of this holiday season, you might want to consider using Triple A anti-microbial screen protectors on your electronic devices.
Unfortunately, coming into close proximity with so many other people can put you at risk of catching cumbersome colds that can put a damper on your holiday enjoyment and productivity.
As travelers undertake their journeys and head home for the holidays, they come into contact with door handles, handrails, elevator buttons, ATM machines, and much more. This exposes them to a vast array of germs and bacteria. These microbes can cause one to catch colds and illnesses that destroy one’s ability to enjoy the holiday season. What can you do to ensure that you get through your action-packed holiday regime in perfect health?
Smart shoppers know that they can save money during the holiday season- and all year round- by taking advantage of coupons that can slash prices and offer special deals on multiple items.
The last thing you want to have to deal with during the holidays is a persistent cold, but that’s just what you can expect to catch if you’re using a smartphone touchscreen that’s contaminated with a thick coating of germs and bacteria. Fortunately, our NuShield Triple A anti-microbial screen protectors can keep your mobile device clean as you carry on with your shopping tasks.
Economic struggles in recent years have left increasingly more households eager to take advantage of any savings possible. Yet perhaps the most significant promotion of coupon use has been the advent of the smartphone, which has revolutionized coupon shopping and made it more practical and accessible for shoppers of all ages. Nowadays, you don’t have to do any clipping to take advantage of coupon savings.