According to leading ophthalmologists and a recent report from GigaOm’s technology research platform, long-term exposure to blue light after dark can lead to chronic insomnia, and even breast cancer. This blue light however is only given off by devices using Light Emitting Diode (LED). These would include computer monitors, tablets, flat-screen TVs (such as those manufactured by Samsung, Sony, and LG), and OLED TVs with curved screens, including Panasonic, Samsung, and LG.
Even though the incredibly advanced technological work they do on a daily basis has literally been changing the lives of disabled people for nearly three decades now, the Fairfax, Va.-based LC Technologies, Inc. is not the sort of tech firm most digital natives are intimately familiar with.
Between smartphones, tablets and your computer, it’s likely you spend a great deal of your day staring at a backlit screen. That almost certainly has something to do with why your eyes tend to ache at the end of the day.
Swim suit? Check. Beverages? Check. Phone/tablet? Check. Time to hit the beach. But wait; there could be one more thing that you’re missing. We all enjoy having our beloved mobile devices next to us while relaxing by the beach. They are perfect for catching up on social media posts, taking and viewing pictures, reading the news or even watching videos.
July 4th is coming up, and what better way to spend the day than out in the sun with friends and family. With technology being a significant part of our lives, we know you won’t be leaving those cell phones, tablets and laptops behind either.
But these devices can be cumbersome to use out in bright sunlight. The reflections and glare from the devices can make it hard to see, in addition to the risk of the display getting damaged.
However, there is an answer. The NuShield DayVue Screen Protector can help protect your devices for an enjoyable July 4th experience. This article will show you how.
The Microsoft XBox E3 conference kicked off with a huge press conference introducing new games by Microsoft. The presentation was also streamed live to over 1.7 million viewers. See presentation here.
The months of May and June see multitudes of students graduate all the way from Kindergarten to Graduate School. You have proud parents, siblings, relatives and friends gather for the big event and act like paparazzi around the graduate. This is a very special moment and you don’t want it ruined by glare.
It’s time to hit the road again with your RV. With gas prices stable, taking the RV out for a camping trip, driving cross country or going to sports events and staying overnight is becoming viable once again.
Smartphones and tablets are becoming a common sight these days as almost everyone – including you – has at least one. Speaking of sight, those same mobile devices can take a toll on your eyes, especially if you can’t spend at least an hour without checking on your social media account, catching up on some TV series, or playing your favorite mobile game. You may not become totally blind, but your vision can decline if you’re using your mobile device with an unprotected screen. Thus, you would want to buy a screen protector, and listed below are some reasons why it’s important for your eyes whenever you’re using your mobile device.