We recently raised the issue of making sure phones are safe as people begin to return to work and school. The issue is relevant right now from a general safety and sanitation standpoint. We should all be diligent about keeping the actual surfaces of our devices as clean as possible. More generally, this need for health safety is also a good reason to reopen the question of radiation in mobile devices. It’s an issue that’s been discussed and debated for years now, but it’s good now and then to revisit the implications.
As we get ready for Valentine’s Day, you may want to know your phone could be the key to winning the heart of a loved one. The 2020 Mobile Mythconceptions Study found that 42% of all respondents would be embarrassed to go on a first date with someone with a cracked phone screen.
Lots of attention is being given to the shortage of hand sanitizer because of the pandemic. Less awareness is being made about something that has not been in short supply: soap.
Penumbra Brands receives national consumer electronics award for Gadget Guard case with alara technology
5G, the fifth generation of cellular mobile communications, promises faster data rates, higher capacity and massive connectivity. However, with 5G cell coverage expanding across the nation, questions continue to arise about its safety.
The coronavirus crisis is just one more opportunity for Gadget Guard to demonstrate its commitment to protecting customers and their phones
With 5G mobile speeds becoming the new normal, we take a look at the potentially outdated standards and methods for testing 5g phones for mobile RF exposure compliance.