Here's our Hardware Tip for.. December 27, 2002
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Touch Screens--Part 3 of 3
You probably go for months without cleaning the screen on your desktop monitor. Make sure you change this habit with your mobile device.
Your fingers, which contain natural oil and perhaps small dirt and dust particles, come in contact with your mobile device screen much more frequently than they do with the screen of your desktop monitor. This oil and dirt will scratch or damage your screen if not removed. Make sure you use a scratch-resistant cloth or disposable tissue specially designed for screen cleaning to clean your touch screen.