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Why you need screen protectors for glass, and how to ge…

Glass, however, by its very nature, is fragile and brittle and susceptible to cracking and breaking. Once again this is more true now than ever before because the glass used in smart devices is thinner as this is the feature which gives it the ability to become touch-sensitive. Thinner glass means more vulnerability. Cracked or broken glass is not only less secure but it is also hazardous to the user. It is for this very reason that security glass as a protector has been developed.

While it retains the super-thin quality prized for its interactive capacity, it is also stronger

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New Screen Protector Film Cutter Now Available From

JOHANNESBURG, Oct. 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — South Africa’s leading cutting systems specialist AM.CO.ZA, Advanced Machinery (Pty) Ltd., announces the availability of V-Auto Film cutter, its newest screen protector film cutter, for mobile and portable device vendors and repair shops. This film cutter allows businesses to customize and personalise the mobile devices of their customers.

Portable devices have become invaluable communications tools. They link people with their families, their work and the internet and have become an indispensable part of daily life. However, all portable devices suffer from one common flaw: they have a screen that can be damaged. Screen

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Ford F-150 Rocket League Edition Leaps off Screen into Real Life

  • Ford designed a special F-150 pickup for the video game Rocket League, in which rocket-powered cars playing soccer.
  • Now Ford has built a full-size version, the F-150 Rocket League Edition, which it revealed at the Chicago auto show—but just for fun, since it’s not going to be produced for customers.
  • The vehicle is recognizable as a F-150 but features highlighter green accents, redesigned fascias, and, of course, a rocket launcher in the bed.

    In February, Ford announced a partnership with video game maker Psyonix to design a version of the F-150 pickup for the game Rocket League, which

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    ChargePoint Integrates Android With Dashboard Screen

    Photograph courtesy of ChargePoint

    CAMPBELL, Calif. — ChargePoint, an electric vehicle (EV) charging network, is working with Android Auto to allow drivers to access charging information directly from their car dashboard infotainment system.

    “At ChargePoint, we know that the shift to electric mobility relies on driver experience, and ChargePoint’s Android Auto app is another pivotal step in the evolution already underway, driven by software and increased connectivity,” said Bill Loewenthal, senior vice president of product for ChargePoint.

    “By integrating essential charging data directly into the vehicle’s infotainment system, drivers are even more empowered and informed. With the ability to connect

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