I’ve cracked the display of more phones than I’m willing to admit, which is why when I found out that there were glass screen protectors, I...

If you were like me and lost the little removal tool included with your Spigen Glas screen protector, you might be asking yourself, “how do I remove this extremely thin layer of glass glued to my display?” Well since you are here now, you want some answers right? The solution is actually quite simple–all you need is a very thin, relatively stiff piece...

Well after 7+ months of usage, this is what’s left of the SGP Glas for the Samsung Galaxy S II: To the casual passerby, it appears my Galaxy S II’s display has been thoroughly mangled: Top left corner I must have dropped my phone as least a dozen times at this point. Normally I’ll do something like place the phone in my crotch while driving, forget...

My relationship with device protection has been a love/hate affair for many years. It all started with my 3rd gen iPod’s silicone case. It fully encased the device in a 1.5mm thick layer of jelly silicone (at a time when silicone was new, novel and predominant), that protected my iPod like no other, but also caught dust like a glue stick and made it impossibly difficult...

Screen protectors certainly have come a long way since the days of thick, user-cut, adhesive backed films that easily lifted and dog-eared at the corners, creating an eyesore that nearly defeated its purpose of keeping the display in like-new condition. Nowadays we have a host of high-tech screen protectors that reduce glare, prevent fingerprints and protect from scratch...

In today’s review, I will be taking a look at Elago Design’s S4 Breathe¬†case for the Samsung Galaxy S II. Before we take a look at the Elago S4 Breathe, I would like to make note that this is not an Elago sponsored review–this case is a personal purchase and I would like to share with you my take on the the product. Construction and Design Okay. So...