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The Pong case does what no other case can — embedded with a patented, micro thin, gold-plated antenna, it reduces your exposure to potentially harmful cell phone radiation while maintaining your phone’s signal.
The Pong case does what no other case can — embedded with a patented, micro thin, gold-plated antenna, it reduces your exposure to potentially harmful cell phone radiation while maintaining your phone’s signal.

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Learn how to turn a smartphone photo that was only going to be “okay” into something a whole lot more.

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When we talk about cell phone radiation, it is important to understand that different regions of the radiation field surrounding a cell phone have different characteristics, and present different levels of concern to the user.

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Almost all children under age four in the US have used a device like a tablet or smartphone, a new study finds. But are these devices safe for children? h

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@bustle puts the Pong Case on their list of 15 Thoughtful Gift Ideas For The Guy Who Has Everything

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Have you taken a #PongSelfie yet? Many have already shared a photo showing off their Pong Cases.

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A new survey shows more than 80% of all smartphone users in the US now stream video on their devices. Are you one of them?

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The Pong radiation redirection case offers a science-based solution to reduce the SAR of your device and therefore your RF exposure.

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It's no joke -- Pong does what no other case can; it reduces exposure to potentially harmful cell phone radiation while maintaining your signal.

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The city of Berkeley, California, has a new cell phone radiation ordinance in effect requiring cell phone retailers to inform customers about the risks of carrying a cell phone in their pocket or on their body.

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Phone owners assume – wrongly – that their devices already adhere to strong safety guidelines, not realizing that the current regulatory landscape isn't up to date.
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