Tag: TV

Using Tech to Help Plan Your March Break Staycation

By Christine Persaud
Chances are that with uncertainty around the coronavirus, many families will be opting for a staycation this upcoming March Break. This means many a parent will be hitting their computers to Google terms like “what to do for March Break,” or “March Break local activities.” There are useful ways you can leverage tech to help figure out what to do while the kids are home from school and you’ve taken some time off work.

Gifts for TV and Movie Lovers

By Christine Persaud
If you’re looking for the perfect gift to buy the TV or movie lover on your list, here are some ideas, ranging from more expensive items to affordable ones, all of which will be welcome under the tree this holiday season.

What’s New From the Samsung Developer Conference 2019

By Christine Persaud
Samsung recently held its annual Developer Conference, SDC19, in San Jose, CA. There, the company introduced several innovations in products, services, and software touching on everything from the Bixby voice assistant to the SmartThings Internet of Things (IoT) platform, Galaxy devices, smart TVs, and more.

What’s New In Streaming Devices and TVs From Roku?

By Christine Persaud
Roku is a beast in the video streaming market, offering an intuitive platform through which people can watch streaming content from a variety of subscription-based and free services, navigating seamlessly as though they were using a traditional TV guide.

From iPhone 11 to Apple TV+: A Run-Down Of What’s New From Apple

By Christine Persaud
On September 10, anxious Apple fans, media folks, and developed watched the annual Apple Event to see what the company has up its sleeve for the rest of 2019. As expected, several new iPhones were announced as well as the Apple TV+ streaming service, and a few other notable new products. Here’s a rundown of what’s to come.

How to Use a Media Streaming Stick

By Christine Persaud
Streaming TV is taking over, as more and more people opt out of the exorbitant costs for linear TV subscriptions that contain hundreds of channels they never watch (and just a handful they do), and instead sign up for a streaming TV service (or two or three) to watch shows and movies at their leisure, over the Internet.

CES 2019: A look into the future of technology

By Sachin Bahal
January is an exciting time of the year for a few reasons; one it’s the start of a new year and second is Consumer Electronic Show (CES). This was my first time attending CES, and I was impressed by it. It truly is one of the biggest trade shows out there.

Best mobile apps for travelers

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Our smartphones and their apps can be lifelines during travel. With the ability to track flights, translate languages on the fly and even find hotel rooms at a moment’s notice, these are my preferred travel apps.