I was excited to get my hands on HTC’s newest smartphone, the HTC 10, which is built with a solid aluminum unibody and a 12 MP camera for sharp photos and 4K video.
I have a Twitter search set for the term “dad logic.” It isn’t a vanity search for mentions of my blog. I genuinely get a laugh out of seeing kids complain about the seemingly misguided logic by their dads. Being a father is a thankless job, but deep down you know your children still love you […]
As I researched smart thermostats, I found a lot of positive reviews for the Sensi Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat and decided to give it a try. Sensi retails for about $100 – $150 (compared with $250 for Nest) and has all of the features and convenience you would expect from a smart device.
I was invited to stop by the AT&T store in Bellevue, WA for an unveiling event for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active smartphone. I was interested to check it out, and AT&T said there would be free food, so I made the short drive over to the Lincoln Square Mall.
Let’s face it, no one wants to carry around a clunky old cell phone. We want a device that is sleek, easy to hold, and something that others will notice. The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge delivers on all of this with its polished metal design and curved glass screen.
When I attended CES this year, the “connected car” was frequently talked about as the next big thing. By connecting our vehicles, we can monitor driving habits, get maintenance alerts and protect our cars. AT&T has a connect car solution available now called Car Connection.
There are two big unknowns whenever you travel for a business presentation: will the conference room have a projector and will it have reliable WiFi. You can take the guesswork out of your next meeting with the new ZTE Spro 2 Smart Projector from AT&T.
When my wife and I bought our first car, we did everything we could to retain that new car scent. I remember driving home from a fast food restaurant with our windows down (even though it was 30 degrees outside) just so the car wouldn’t smell like French fries.
There is a lot of bad stuff on the internet and even the tech savvy can get caught by it from time to time. Most people do their best by avoiding suspicious sites and deleting emails with questionable links and promises of large cash transfers. But it never hurts to have an added layer of protection considering how sophisticated phishing attacks have become.
After visiting GolfTEC, I have a better understanding of the game and I have the tools to continue to improve. And best of all, I did it all indoors in a climate controlled environment.