Category: Technology (page 2 of 15)

How To Launch A Podcast: An Intro For Radio

A majority of radio listeners surveyed by Jacobs Media for its TechSurvey 2018 said they listen to podcasts—including 11% who said they listen daily and 12% who listen at least once a week. It means nearly a quarter of radio’s listeners are... Read More

Facebook is planning to integrate WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger

Facebook plans to make it possible for WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram users to send messages to one another without switching apps. The three standalone apps will remain separate, but they’ll be brought together under a single messaging... Read More

Who’s streaming Super Bowl LIII?

A new report suggests 21% of US Super Bowl LIII viewers will watch the game between the New England Patriots and LA Rams on February 3rd via streaming. That’s a 160% increase from the 8.1% who did so for last year’s game, according to the results... Read More

Verizon offers free spam and robocalling protection, starting in March

Following on the heels of T-Mobile’s similar announcement, Verizon is set to roll out robocall and spam call protection to all of its customers starting in March. It will be available to all users who have “smartphones supporting these... Read More

Should Netflix really fear Fortnite?

Netflix is not blind to the competition but says it does not consider HBO a prime threat.  HBO is often touted as one of the streaming service’s biggest foes. Both companies are vying for TV subscribers, and are frequent rivals in award... Read More

Ways to make your Google account more secure

I bet we all like to believe that your Google account is super secure, especially since we use such detailed and complicated passwords. But in 2019, complicated passwords just aren’t enough. There are a slew of other measures you should think about... Read More

NBCUniversal joins the streaming wars

The golden age of cord-cutting keeps getting more golden: In addition to streaming services from giants like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, another entertainment mainstay announced plans on Monday to introduce a new streaming service of their own. That... Read More

Have robocalls gotten worse since the government shutdown?

Don’t pick up that phone. Americans have been plagued with an increasing number of robocalls — and the government can’t do anything about it. Both the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are closed due to... Read More

Amazon’s IMDb Launches Free Streaming Channel

IMDb, the #1 movie website in the world, today announced the launch of IMDb Freedive, a free streaming video channel available in the United States on the IMDb website via laptop or personal computer and on all Amazon Fire TV devices. IMDb Freedive, an... Read More

#Synamedia aims to End to Netflix Account Sharing

Chances are you probably share your Netflix account with someone else – either that, or you have access to someone else’s password.  Well, the streaming service could be set to crack down on those sharing their account widely with a new... Read More

The Future of PoE Lighting

Energy-efficiency has driven the evolution of the light bulb, but the next iteration of the light bulb will launch it into the Era of the Internet of Things (IoT). As LED lights slowly replace compact fluorescent lights (CFL’s) due to greater... Read More

How many devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020?

The Internet of Things (IoT) has exploded over these past three years, and according to Gartner research, 25 billion connected “things” will be connected to the Internet by 2020. With the influx of smart technology, IPV6 will provide enough IP... Read More

iTunes Movies and TV Shows are coming to Samsung Smart TVs

Samsung Smart TV models will offer iTunes Movies and TV Shows and Apple AirPlay 2 support as of Spring 2019. The new iTunes Movies and TV Shows app will debut on Samsung Smart TVs in more than 100 countries, while AirPlay 2 support will be available... Read More

Microsoft Wants to Eliminate Passwords

The next version of Windows 10 will support passwordless Microsoft accounts. Microsoft will just text a code to your phone number when you sign in. It’s all part of Microsoft’s stated goal: “a world without passwords.” This feature is... Read More

WELT Smart Belt for a Healthier Life

Dr. Sean Kang saw evidence of obesity, poor posture, inactivity, and overeating. He wanted to develop a wearable technology that could help, but he was unsatisfied with wrist-worn solutions. Kang worked several years (2014-2016) as a creative leader at... Read More

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