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Six Emerging Trends in Online Content Viewing

Posted by Helen Akers on Aug 27, 2018 1:27:04 PM

The devices people use to stream movies, television shows, and videos is shifting away from larger television screens to smaller smartphone displays. Consumer research groups estimate that consumers will watch up to half of all television and on-demand content on mobile devices by 2020.

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Topics: smartphone, Technology, internet, data

Rural Seniors Don't Have to Avoid Wireless Technology

Posted by Helen Akers on Aug 20, 2018 12:40:43 PM

Senior citizen population percentages are beginning to increase in rural communities, according to studies by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. By comparison, the percentage of seniors living in rural areas surpasses the percentages in urban and suburban communities.

Rural seniors can face unique challenges that come from living independently in areas without the same resources as suburbs and major cities.

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Topics: smartphone, internet, Technology, senior citizens

6 Symptoms of Smartphone Malware and Solutions

Posted by Helen Akers on Aug 7, 2018 5:29:03 PM

Protecting your smartphone against malware is as important as guarding your home computer against unwanted threats. Anti-malware apps are becoming increasingly popular as a way to prevent unwanted applications from installing. While malware infections are not as common on Apple iPhones as Android-based devices, an anti-malware application is recommended for both.

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Topics: Technology, smartphone, security

10 Ways Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Smartphone Use

Posted by Helen Akers on Jul 19, 2018 3:49:38 PM

In the AMC television series Humans, machines powered by artificial intelligence (AI) technology look and sound like real humans, fulfilling tasks real humans are too busy to do on their own. The show’s storyline depicts some of the more troublesome potentials of AI, but its recent growth and integration into our lives is expected to continue.

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Topics: cell phones, Technology

Save More Memories this Summer with Samsung

Posted by Helen Akers on Jul 3, 2018 1:41:45 PM

This summer is flying by with holidays, family vacations, summer camp, and more! Samsung can help you save every memory with July’s Double Your Memory Promotion.

The summer season brings opportunities for travel and the need to access entertainment content on the go. While you’re with the family in the car, driving to the water park, or sitting on a crowded plane preparing for a four-hour ride to your vacation spot, you want to be able to watch your favorite videos and listen to your favorite songs.

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Topics: cell phones, Technology

Drones Can Save the Agricultural Community Time and Money

Posted by Helen Akers on Jun 19, 2018 1:17:29 PM

According to a 2017 poll, thirty-one percent of farmers are considering the use of drone technology. The use of drones in agricultural communities is gaining ground due to several key benefits, including higher crop yields, time management efficiencies, and long-term planning abilities. Combined, these benefits allow farmers to increase productivity, while controlling costs and environmental risks.

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Topics: Technology, agriculture, cell phones

How Smartphone Apps Can Save You a Trip to the Doctor

Posted by Helen Akers on May 14, 2018 11:45:47 AM

Healthcare apps for your smartphone can save money and eliminate the need to see a doctor face-to-face for routine illnesses and health-related questions. Mobile apps provide medical services and information giving patients needed advice. Use of these apps also provides patients with treatment recommendations when it is inconvenient to travel to the nearest doctor’s office.

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Topics: cell phones, tablets, Technology

Connecting Your Life – From Canada to Mexico

Posted by Helen Akers on May 1, 2018 12:01:46 PM

Thinking of traveling to Mexico? Already have plans to board the plane with anticipation of relaxing in the Yucatan, Mexico City, or Cabo San Lucas? Wondering if you’re better off leaving your wireless phone at home? You might want to rethink leaving your phone behind, especially if your calling plan includes calls, texts, and data usage from Canada and Mexico, like Viaero’s North America Share More and North America Unlimited LTE plans.

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What is a Mobile Hotspot?

Posted by Helen Akers on Apr 23, 2018 10:52:12 AM

Did you know you can turn your smartphone into a mobile hotspot? A hotspot allows you to connect a laptop or tablet to the internet when you’re away from home or not close to a location with Wi-Fi service. Once you enable a mobile hotspot on a smartphone, it uses the cellular network to send out a Wi-Fi signal so other devices can connect.

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Topics: internet, data, Technology, tablets, cell phones

The Trick with Unlimited Data Plans

Posted by Erika Allen on Jan 24, 2018 3:23:13 PM

 

 

If you're in the market for an unlimited data plan these days, you really have to check the fine print. That's because most carriers now offer throttling along with their unlimited data plans.

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Topics: cell phones, data