What’s the difference between tempered glass, shatter-proof glass, and shatter-resistant glass? Absolutely nothing. Though marketers might sell it with different labels, all of these terms refer to glass that’s been chemically strengthened to avoid shattering. But be careful — that doesn’t mean it won’t break; it means it won’t shatter. Regardless of what you callkeep reading
It’s not the Pantone color of the year, but rose gold is the brightest new shade in the mobile device palette. After Apple introduced the rose gold version of the iPad and iPhone last fall, the color represented 40 percent of preorders for the iPhone 6s. There’s just one problem. iPhones and iPads still shipkeep reading
Technology has automated most of our lives. Our TVs know when to record our favorite shows; our coffee pots know what time to start brewing; our thermostats know when to raise and lower the heat. Some systems require setup. Others we never have to think about. Wall chargers, for instance, know when it’s safe tokeep reading
Ventev toughglass is the superhero of screen protectors. Made from chemically strengthened (aka tempered) glass, our screen protector can withstand serious scratches and major impact – all the while keeping your actual phone screen safe from damage. Don’t believe it? Watch the video, and see for yourself!
Forget drones: Yahoo! Tech recently named USB-C the technology of 2015. OK, so maybe it’s not the most outwardly impressive gadget of 2015 – “Yes, that’s right,” jokes David Pogue, “the Yahoo Technology of the Year is a jack.” But what it lacks in flash, it makes up for in functionality. We agree. USB-C iskeep reading
Turns out USB-C might be just as confusing to manufacturers as it is to consumers. Even Apple couldn’t avoid falling into a USB-C cable conundrum that led to a recall last month. Lucky for Macbook users, the move seemed more preventive maintenance than (literal) damage control. But that can’t be said for all Type Ckeep reading