There’s no need to stay cooped up inside while you watch TV. To get a breath of fresh air, many people are putting their TV on their porch. It’s nice to sit outside on a porch or outdoor room in the evening and catch up on your favorite shows while the fireflies come out. Or set up your TV and watch the big game on a Sunday afternoon with your friends, where you can enjoy the sunshine and the warm breeze.
Restaurants large and small are adopting an exciting new technology: wireless points of sale (POS). Wireless POS systems are either a tablet or other mobile device that allows cashiers and servers to take payment, and relay orders to the kitchen, from a customer’s table.
The 2016 Summer Olympics are less than a month away. People from around the world will be flying into Rio de Janeiro for the chance to see world-class athletes compete across over 300 events. Sports fans and reporters are gearing up for just over two weeks solid of sports.
Many consumers don’t know what their devices are worth. When you get a new smartphone, for instance, your phone provider typically distributes the cost of the device into your plan, hiding how much you’re actually paying. Plus, many people seem to think devices are like cars: they depreciate in value from the minute you get them. But that’s not true.