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Technologies Review | May 24, 2019

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Fitness Apps – Your Phone Will Get You In Shape

January 27, 2013 |

You know how you have a sedentary job and then you get home and sit some more in front of your computer or switch to a TV for a lie-down on the couch? And after a tough day at the office, who could blame you, with a boss breathing down your neck and deadlines piling up. Yet, even though it’s tough to will yourself to it, the best cure when feeling caught in a rat’s maze of everyday life struggle (apart from getting wasted every night – which is most likely NOT going to boost your productivity) is to get some physical exercise.

Yeah, I know, you’ve heard it all before, but bare with me, cause I’m going for the interesting ones – the mobile apps that will make you want to move. There’s a number of them out there that help out with the more boring aspects of working out, such as pedometers, or … Read More

Television: An Evolution

October 18, 2012 |

Television has come a long way in the last 90 years, and at each stage of its evolution, people have wondered whether it could get any better. Today’s TVs are bigger and lighter, have better images, and use less energy than predecessors. At the same time, manufacturers are able to offer all that at a price that has for the most part stayed the same when adjusted for inflation. Let’s take a look back at some of the major steps up the TV has taken since it’s introduction.

The Tube: The original television debuted in 1922, reshaping the way the world lived. With news, music and entertainment at their fingertips, families changed the ways they spent time together at home. The first televisions used cathode ray tubes, which is how they got their nickname as the tube. These TVs projected electron beams onto a curved glass screen, where they were visible as images.

Color Televisions: These were introduced … Read More

iOS apps to Watch TV Shows online

May 25, 2012 |

Ever since its invention in the early 20th Century, television has captivated society. We use television for entertainment purposes, education, news, and even product marketing. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find many individuals in the United States that don’t have access to a TV in some form. However, the recent rise in cost for services like cable and satellite have put a strain on individuals with low monthly incomes. The cost of these services can run over $200 a month, with the average cost hovering somewhere around $100 in most states.

This spike in fees has caused many to seek alternatives for their television viewing. Whether it’s going to a sports bar to see the big game or visiting a friend just to watch the news, individuals are finding ways to cut costs while still watching the things they want. What many may not realize, though, is that the internet is breathing new … Read More

An In depth Review For Sony 3D TV

November 7, 2011 |

Sony 3D TV leads the way in all the 3 dimensional TV. Sony creates gadgets and devices that allow the product to be 3D friendly at home. The latest 3D Bravia Television can get with the whole set of HD 3D television that adds a transmitter with a pair of glasses. The Edge LED Backlit LCD has different screen sizes like the 60 inches that can delivers a perfect quality pictures. Sony products lead its way in terms of 3D television that can work the same as the regular television that allows any viewing in conventional. The best of the 3 dimensional Sony reviews can documents a reality undercover story.

The undercover documentary covers the school of fish that swims in the ocean right in front of you with its actual dimension. Sony gone so far in the 3 dimensional televisions compared to creating a compatible television. With the mastery of many aspects of … Read More