If you’re as protective of your gadgets as I am, you’ve probably got a screen protector ready to apply to your new phone as soon as you’ve taken it out of the box. But how do you protect all the other surfaces in your home you don’t want getting dinged and dented? You cover it with this perfectly clear screen…
For a limited time, Anker’s offering up big discounts on their popular GlassGuard screen protectors for some of the most popular gadgets out there. Just find what you need below, and be sure to note the promo code (where applicable).
Now that Niantic has taken a lot of the fun out of Pokémon Go, you have even fewer reasons to feel guilty about finding out-of-the-box ways to improve your game play (translation: cheating). A clunky 3D-printed smartphone case is one solution, but a finger-guiding invisible screen protector is a much better way to go.
Using the iPhone 6 one-handed isn’t easy, but reaching the top corners of the screen on the iPhone 6 Plus is nigh impossible with regular-sized hands. So PureGear has created a new glass screen protector with a set of shortcuts to the top corners of the screen positioned next to the home button.
There's nothing quite as frustrating as a deep gouge on your new phone's screen. Still, it can be hard to bring yourself to put on some stupid-looking screen protector. Unless it's as tough as this one that we attacked with a hammer. And a drill.
If you'd rather spend your time actually using your touchscreen tablet, instead of wasting hours buffing away fingerprints, 3M's new Natural View Fingerprint Fading Screen Protectors might be just up your alley since—like an old soldier—fingerprints will just fade away.
This completely ridiculous video of an elderly lady shooting a loaded rifle at a hoard of pristine Apple gadgets will make you feel many emotions: confused, horrified, skeptical, surprised, amused, etc.
You may never have to use your iPhone as a nutcracker, but it's good to know that Buff Labs' screen protectors will keep your iPhone's display intact if you happen to crush almonds with a hammer on it.
Gamespot did something few dared to attempt: they reviewed little pieces of plastic. We in the tech journalism world have to deal with these products almost every day: someone cuts a piece of plastic into a square, says its a cellphone screen protector, and tries to get us to review it. I mean more power to you if…