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PhoneSoap Charges Your Phone And Sanitizes It, Too

Phonesoap Charger

 

Would you press your cheek against a toilet seat? I wouldn’t. But like me, you probably wouldn’t think twice about picking your phone up and holding it up to your face to make or answer a call. But here’s the kicker: a study done a few years ago has revealed that some phones are actually dirtier and more germ-infested than toilet seats.

It makes sense, considering how people don’t really wash their hands before tapping the screen or wipe their phones down with alcohol regularly. If this little tidbit bugs you, then you might want to get the PhoneSoap. It’s a charger that also works as a phone sanitizer. Just pop your phone into the chamber and activate the built-in UV-C lamps to sanitize your phone in just four minutes. It comes with a built-in 5V USB port, which works with most phone cables nowadays.

The PhoneSoap Charger is available for $50.

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Power Pillow Lets You Get Comfy While Charging Your Stuff

Power Pillow

 

A lot of people use their phones or tablets when they’re on the sofa or lying down in bed. How many times have you left your phone or tablet by the nightstand while you lie in bed, itching to use your device but finding it difficult to get up or use it by the nightstand because of the wire?

I’d say one too many, especially with the advent of the Power Pillow. It’s a pillow that comes with a built-in battery so you can lie back, relax, and charge your gadget while you use it by hooking it up to the pillow!

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Lost Your Smartphone? It’s the Android Device Manager to the Rescue

Android Device Manager

There’s the Find My iPhone app for iPhones, and now there’s the Android Device Manager for Android devices.

This has definitely been a long time coming. Google finally launched the service, which will help Android device owners to find or locate their missing (or worse, stolen) smartphones and tablets.

The program is being pushed to Android devices by updating the OS. To check if your device already has it, just go to Settings>Security>Device Administrators to activate the Device Manager. Once you find it and activate it, head on over to https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager and log in with your Google account.Continue Reading