#iSGLASS Contest Giveaway! What is something awesome made of glass? Enter for your chance to win a new invisibleSHIELD GLASS screen protector* for you and three friends. Please comment on this thread with your entry (text or photo). Most creative posts win. Winners will be chosen on Monday, April 21st.
*GLASS is available for the following devices: iPhone 4/4s, 5/5s/5c; Galaxy S4, S5, Note III; HTC One; and HTC One M8.
Any inappropriate photos will be deleted and you will be disqualified from the contest.
Introducing the Auto-Fit, an adjustable keyboard case for Android tablets that doesn't sacrifice quality. Check it out here: http://zagg.to/83Z7dc
With its unique design that weighs less than an ounce, the Tadpole delivers impressive wireless sound — everywhere.
The iFrogz Tadpole is the ultra-small, super-portable solution to mobile music. It delivers big sound from a tiny package; and with its ability to clip onto keys, purses, belts, and more, the Tadpole brings the party where no other speaker has gone before.
The six of our #SevenGlassWonders are Louvre Pyramid, PlexiGlass, Grand Canyon Skywalk, Yas Hotel Glass Gridshell, Willis Tower Skydeck, and Glass Blowing. What do all six have in common? #iSGLASS http://zagg.to/AxBqa8
The creation of plate-glass inspired the building of the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London. In 1854, it was the largest amount of glass ever seen in a building. We have created thousands of feet of #iSGLASS to make sure that everyone’s mobile devices are protected http://zagg.to/AxBqa8
ZAGG has everything you need to upgrade and protect your new Samsung Galaxy S5! Visit our site to find cases, portable battery packs, even the new #iSGLASS screen protector.
About the World Trade Center: One World Trade Center - About the Building
Glassblowing traces its origins back to 4BC Jerusalem. This new technique revolutionized the art of glass forming, allowing for the creation of many different shapes. #iSGLASS is a little more advanced, but we do make it to fit and protect all types of mobile devices. #SevenGlassWonders
#DYK that archeologists believe the first true glass was made in coastal north Syria, Mesopotamia or Ancient Egypt in 3500 BC? #iSGLASS http://zagg.to/AxBqa8
@SkydeckChicago at the Willis Tower is 1,353 feet off the ground. The glass Ledge provides a platform and views of Lake Michigan. Our #iSGLASS also has a sturdy glass platform and provides uninhibited views of any image on your mobile device #SevenGlassWonders http://theskydeck.com/