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Mobile Monday: How Touchscreens Work

In our last article we told you all about how LCD screens work. In that piece, we talked a little about the history of LCDs and how important they’ve been to the rise of personal mobile electronics like smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Today we’re going to talk about another crucial component of this technological revolution: the touchscreen. The first touchscreens were designed in the 1960s, but the technology was expensive…

Tech Tip Thursday: How LCD Screens Work

Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screens have played a major role in the rise of personal digital technology. The first LCDs were used in calculators and digital watches in the 1970s, and the technology began to make its way into televisions and computer displays in the 1980s. During the early 2000s, the technology made its way into smartphones and PDAs. In 2007, the same year Apple introduced the first iPhone, LCDs surpassed…

Mobile Monday: How To Backup Your Android Phone’s Data

At Phone Medics + PC, we’re not just committed to providing the best possible repair service for your phone or PC. We also want to make sure you have the tools to get the most out of your experience with your device, and to make sure that even when something does go wrong, you can get back on your feet as quickly as possible. That’s why we’ve spent our last…

Phone Medics + PC Now Offers Free Battery Analysis

iPhone Battery Replacement

At Phone Medics + PC, we’re always looking for ways to improve our service and help our customers make the right decision regarding the services they need for their phones and computers. With that in mind, we’ve recently added a new tool to our repertoire: a Cadex C7000 battery analyzer. With it, we can evaluate your phone battery’s health, and advise you on the best course of action to keep…

Tech Tip Thursday: How to Backup Your PC’s Data

At Phone Medics + PC, we aren’t just committed to fixing your phone or PC when something goes wrong, we also want to give you the tools to keep your devices running well, and to help you minimize the inconvenience when something does go wrong. That’s why we're posting this series on the best ways to backup your data. In our previous post we discussed backup options for your iPhone.…

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