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OtterBox: Safeguard Your Tech for the School Year with the Latest Accessories
OtterBox recognizes the significance of technology in education and the importance of safeguarding your devices throughout the school year. Offering a comprehensive range of phone and tablet accessories, such as cases and power products, their collection includes durable and visually appealing cases in various colors and designs, including the Symmetry Series and Defender Series, designed to shield your phone from everyday accidents.
Additionally, OtterBox provides Amplify Glass screen protectors, engineered to withstand 6-foot drops and reduce eyestrain with a blue light guard option. For efficient charging, they offer the 72-watt USB-C Wall Charger and USB-C cables, equipped with multiple ports and fast charging capabilities. OtterBox also offers protective solutions for smaller devices, such as AirTag cases, Apple Watch accessories, and cases for AirPods and Galaxy Buds. With their reliable products, OtterBox ensures your technology remains secure throughout the school year.
ESR Introduces 100W Apple-Certified 6-in-1 Charging Station with GaN on Kickstarter
ESR introduces a revolutionary charging solution on Kickstarter, featuring a 100W Apple-certified 6-in-1 charging station. Designed to meet the power demands of multiple Apple devices, the compact station allows simultaneous charging of up to six devices, including iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and AirPods. With advanced features like MagSafe compatibility, CryoBoost cooling tech, and Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology, ESR aims to simplify and enhance the charging experience for Apple users worldwide. The charging station is currently available for pre-order on Kickstarter at exclusive early bird prices.
CTA Joins FCC and White House to Launch U.S. Cyber Trust Mark Program for IoT Security
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has partnered with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the National Security Council (NSC), and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to unveil the U.S. Cyber Trust Mark program. This program aims to provide consumers with vital information about the cybersecurity of Internet of Things (IoT) connected products they purchase. CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro emphasizes the importance of addressing consumer concerns about IoT security. The voluntary certification program will require manufacturers to implement specific security measures, empowering consumers and businesses with knowledge about the security of connected devices they consider purchasing. The FCC will initiate the rulemaking process to support the Cyber Trust program, and CES 2024 is expected to showcase certification-ready products. CTA will continue its collaborative efforts to assist in shaping the final rules and foster participation in this critical program. The exhibition held during the announcement highlighted various internet-connected consumer products, including TVs, washing machines, and consumer appliances. Stay informed about CTA’s work on Cyber Labeling for Connected Devices.