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With today’s smartphones and tablets getting longer and thinner, they’ve become very fragile. It’s usually the first drop that takes your phone out of commission. However, for those who are a tad adventurous or who happen to be a bit clumsy, there are some awesome cases available. For all makes and models of phones, and many tablets there are the ever trusty Otterbox cases that range from a pretty decent amount of protection to a hefty amount just shy of a bunker. If you're an iPhone user and you subject your phone to dirt, water, snow or shock you’d want to look at getting a Lifeproof case.
These services are all battery hogs because while they are turned on they are constantly searching for signal. When you aren't using them, you definitely want to shut them down or they will drain your battery in the blink of an eye. You can install individual widgets or a power control strip to turn them on and off easily. Some widgets will let you see if they are on or off without having to actually click on it, which serves as a gentle reminder that you battery will be dead in no time!
You might notice after a few days of using your new smartphone that it eats up the battery. That’s why car chargers are always a must. Before you know it, you’ll be out of power and if you're not home to juice up, a car charger will be the next best thing. There are many different styles like a charger with a USB port so you can mix and match cords or with multiple USB ports so you can share the energy. You can generally get a great charger for around $20-$30. See the video from Fox 61:
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