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Taking Control of The Program...

Today I feel so much pride in taking control of the programs I watch. I recall years earlier how I would have to rush home to catch my favorite shows, Family Feud, The Amazing Race, Under Cover Boss, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, or my favorite Spanish Telenovelas on Univision. I was always in a rush to watch  live programming because I can experience it with my friends and family and we could talk about it and be…

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Added by Alicia A. Perez on June 13, 2016 at 1:00am — No Comments

A Trip Planned with an iPhone

In December, my family of four headed out on a spontaneous two week road trip from Arizona to Washington. We packed the mini-van, strapped our two young daughters in their car seats, and hit the pavement to California. We had little plans, no overnight arrangements besides the first night in L.A., and limited funds.



But what we did have was two trusty iPhones at our sides. For two weeks, we tapped buttons on our phones that helped us navigate the Pacific Coast Highway (Maps app),… Continue

Added by Leigh Steele on February 12, 2009 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

Create a unique gift....a photo album to share with friends and family

Unibind now makes it possible to create an instant 4x6 photo album at home with the MyBook Collection kit. The kit is complete with a book cover, 2 end sheets and a free mailing envelope for mailing. You can print your photos on any type of paper, and easy to assemble – just staple, peel and stick! There is a large variety of colors, themes and designs to choose from to fit any occasion – showers, anniversaries, vacations, honeymoons, pets, children… Continue

Added by Ellen Veden on June 22, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments

OTT Forecast: Cloud-y with a Chance of TVaaS

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A new white paper by OTT Executive Summit…

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Added by Brian Mahony on June 22, 2016 at 10:23am — No Comments

New Verizon Wireless In-Home Display Phone Product Dubbed “Verizon Hub” Debuts

This new Verizon Wireless product (www.VerizonWireless.com/Hub), rather generically referred to as the “Verizon Hub”, signals and confirms two things. The first is confirmation of some consumers choosing their cellular service over landline service as their primary phone service in the home. The second is consideration of the primary phone device, the “hub” phone in effect, as potentially being located where it is most used or needed. In many… Continue

Added by Robert A. Clark on April 7, 2009 at 9:00am — No Comments

What is the future of location based services?

Everything today is in context. You can't read a news story, talk to a neighbor, watch a sporting event, or plan a vacation without understanding context. Who you are. Where you want to go. Your habits. Your friends and family. Finances. You name it.

 

So it is no surprise that advertisers for a long time have figured out that understanding the context of their target audience is worth more to them that just a static list of names and addresses. And in today's mobile world,…

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Added by Brian Mahony on January 16, 2012 at 10:14pm — No Comments

T-Mobile Joins the Move to Lower Plan Pricing

T-Mobile has joined the move to reduce program pricing (see Unlimited Plan Price War Developing - Virgin Mobile Announces $50 per Month Plan. Here are the changes we've noticed:

  • T-Mobile's Family myFaves plans have been changed. Now the top two subscription programs have…
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Added by Dan Kusnetzky on April 16, 2009 at 11:05am — No Comments

My new family member - the Garmin navigation system

My best friend bought me the system for Mother's Day. It was the best gift ever! I recently moved to a new state and this system has saved me so much grief. I don't have to go a website and print out directions (saves trees) and if I make a wrong turn, she (of course she's a woman), she redirects me. When I'm traveling I can find a place for food or the specific gas station I want to go to. Its hard to imagine life before Navi (that's her name). Its also great b/c its so user friendly and not… Continue

Added by Rani on January 16, 2008 at 6:43pm — No Comments

Family-Friendly Technology NEEDED!

I agree with Ellen Bonner's posting that requests more E rated Playstation games. In addition to that, all those responsible for getting any kind of technology into the hands of consumers need to be more sensitive to those of us who do not wish to expose our young children to the excess of sexuality and violence that our culture has become immune to.



A couple of years ago, I got a new cell phone from Verizon. It took a very short amount of time for my then 7-year old to discover the… Continue

Added by Mary Pat on February 3, 2009 at 7:33pm — 3 Comments

You Gotta love Gigatribe-FREE file sharing software

Version 3 is now available - FREE and secure file sharing software with no limit on size and number of files to share photos, videos, music with family and friends. You decide on what to share and with whom in a fully encrypted P2P environment with selected Gigatribe members. There are no files to upload, no size limitations and user scan share files and folders and file transfers can be resumed if the user goes offline. Features include: recently shared filed are color coded ; shared files can… Continue

Added by Ellen Veden on October 22, 2009 at 8:00am — No Comments

TV Watching Habits

Ever since I discovered Netflix I have been hooked. I rarely watch regular cable television anymore, not only do I enjoy Netflix my kids love it. There are so many choices for the kids to watch such as; movies, cartoons to films that relate to young teens. I especially enjoy Netflix because I have been able to see movies that have not been released in theaters and that I probably wouldn't haven't watched otherwise. I tend to watch movies on the weekend with the family to catch up from the…

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Added by Susan Romero on November 6, 2014 at 7:44pm — No Comments

Crossing the TV Divide

I currently live in a quiet town in Westchester County, NY in a single-family home. Having previously resided in Manhattan for close to 15 years, I live mostly in my bedroom and media room. I have varied devices in the room - LG HD TV, DVR, Wi-Fi router, Microsoft Surface book, iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch.  I tend to multi-task frequently so I am always using my iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or laptop while…

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Added by Savio Clemente on June 4, 2016 at 4:55pm — No Comments

Vacation with the Garmin

Our Garmin has prevented many arguments in the car and has become an essential item to take along with us on vacation. However, we would have been better off if we just left it at home when we went on our most recent vacation to Arizona. We landed into Phoenix very late leaving my family itching to tuck into the beds at our rental house an hour or two outside of the city. We got our rental car, punched in the address into the Garmin, and departed for the house which was located in a relatively… Continue

Added by Ben on June 5, 2008 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Crazy Eddy Returns ...

With a race to capture the electronics business, with the downturn of Circuit City, Walmart and Best Buy are in the battle for the customers, while specialty retailers, who often offer better performing products are changing too. Best Buy has been moving towards a interactive approach, helping customers make the right choice with a strong in-store experience. Walmart is redesigning their space to add more room with electronic displays for customers who have done their research to find the… Continue

Added by Ellen Veden on May 19, 2009 at 3:03pm — No Comments

Blackberry BOLD - to get or not to get?

I've read all kinds of literature pertaining to Blackberry devices since RIM came out with the extremely useful, attractive line of devices. I am a self-confessed techno-geek, having been exposed in the family business of telecommunications. I would get a new cellphone to try out, use and keep each month and it was an exciting time. Now that I'm in luxury cosmetics, I get perks totally different from before -- and I'd have to think twice, study every review available and get feedback from… Continue

Added by Jannie Villacorta on November 29, 2008 at 11:48pm — 2 Comments

Nintendo Wii - Is it any better than the traditional video game systems??

Against my better judgement (and without my knowledge) our family recently got a Nintendo Wii. It was a famiy Christmas gift from my mother-in-law...need I say more?? We have let our 4 kids have almost no video game exposure until now. They are ages 10,6,3 and 8 mths. I have always been especially worried about our boys becoming obsessed with video games because I know how addicting they can be. I also felt like once they were in the house it would be too hard to impose limits restricting when… Continue

Added by Andrea Nelson on January 14, 2009 at 9:47pm — 1 Comment

The Picture Phone

When I was a kid, the futuristic vision of telecommunications was the picture phone. We'd all be able to hear and see whoever we were talking to. The traditional phone company may have introduced such a device but I never heard about it...and it was Ma Bell (AT&T or BellSouth) who I had always considered the phone company.



Several months ago, I finally ditched my landline in favor of my… Continue

Added by Julie Rains on September 30, 2009 at 9:23pm — 1 Comment

Viewing My Way! English & Spanish Programming

If you asked me a year ago about my TV watching habits my answer would have been different then today. I would have never imagined that I would watch less TV yet more of the programming I like, or that I could live without cable. Yes, I finally cut the cord and got rid of the dusty yet expensive cable boxes. It's been 6 months since I got rid of cable. I thought that i could not do it. I thought that I would miss the box atop of my tv, but, now i've realized that I do not miss it at…

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Added by Alicia A. Perez on June 10, 2015 at 12:00am — No Comments

To buy or not to buy, that is the question

I'm a big music lover and I like a broad range of music. When the first I-Pod came out, I couldn't wait to try it. I was happy with being able to listen to music I like but over time the performance started to go down. The battery needed charging more freqently and then the I-Pod would just stop working. Luckily I have younger siblings who informed me that I just needed to push and hold the middle button and it would reset. However, the battery still doesn't hold a charge and friends are… Continue

Added by Rani on January 18, 2009 at 11:32pm — No Comments

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