Posts Tagged ‘tv’
Posted by Renee Schmidt

Home entertainment is becoming a lot more exciting, courtesy of Comigo. 

Only a few years ago, few people could have envisioned much evolution to the way we watch TV. Today, Comigo is shattering our TV watching norms by taking television viewing beyond the TV set, connecting your TV to virtually any handheld device (tablet, phone, or laptop). It’s a new page in interactive viewing!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Watching TV is a favorite American past time, however, what most American’s never consider, is that most people in the world don’t have the same luxury.  That’s because most places around the globe don’t have American television coverage with our favorite programs –in many countries the broadcasts we watch and love are blocked. That’s where UnoTelly comes in.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

The future is approaching…and fast. Writing a letter to the universe won’t change time, but it may help you focus!

A stereotypical blog post on the future is bound to include: “although flying cars are still just a promise” or “soon, the majority of surfaces around us will be embedded with LCD technology,”

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

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Thanks to TV/media, and amongst other things, a new app from NBC, over 2.5 billion people – more than one third of the world’s population – are expected to watch Prince William marry Kate Middleton on Friday.  To give you some perspective, approximately 750 million viewers watched when Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer some 30 years earier.  At the time, it was the most-watched live event in television history. 

 
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