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A program called Kids, Inc. 2015 offered a great opportunity to young merchants ages 6 – 15 in Port Arthur, Texas at their Central Mall. According to Chelsea Henderson reporting in “The News Port Arthur”, the young people were learning about marketing, packaging, and other aspects of business management. What a great idea. Why aren’t these ideas taught in school as regular courses with this type of “hands on” learning as a graduation from the course?
The Japanese are know for their inventions and occasionally for their wacky ideas. I think it would only be in Japan that you would find a cell phone holder shaped like a human torso. The reasoning behind this is to reduce the stress of having too many mobile phone calls, even late at night and to help people feel close to each other when talking on the phone.
When electricity first became popular appliances were wired directly into the power system – no plugs. As you can imagine this caused any number of fires as the wires were quickly overloaded with gadgets that everyone couldn’t do without. Then in 1904 Harvey Hubbell invented the “Separable Attachment-Plug” which was the first screw-in light socket, turned on with a pull chain. This was followed by the first screw-in electrical plug, which was screwed into the same socket as the light fixtures. Thanks to all these inventors we now have surge bars that regulate our power use even in the case of an electrical storm.
We all use our USB ports and charging cables all the time for an increasing number of devices. We all know that they plug into ports one way but not the other. However, did you know about the power differences between chargers or wall plugs and that certain ports on laptops contain different charging variations?
While these differences tend to be mostly on older computers, it is beneficial to test the output to find out. However, your cell phone won’t blow up if you plug it into a 1500 mA socket and it will actually charge faster.
It was bound to happen. While there have been cell phone games available on smart phones in particular for some time now, they have been very rudimentary compared to what is still available on game consoles. I’m actually surprised that more ads do not use games to keep the viewers involved.
Recently Japanese game giant, Nintendo announced a partnership with DeNa, a company specializing in mobile and online game services. While Nintendo will continue producing console games and the accompanying software and hardware, this is strong statement about the future of gaming. Will this mean 3D games on the small screens? How can games be made to adapt to touch screens? It seems to me Nintendo should partner with one of the cell phone companies too so that special components or apps can be developed.
While cell phone watches have been for sale for at least a year now, they haven’t become mainstream till this year. Now with the Apple watch to be unveiled on April 23, the time has come to take a closer look at these new mini-computers in a time piece.
Are these smart watches that popular? A quick survey of Amazon: I typed in the words, “phone watches” and came up with 19,582 entries – all phone watches! I’ve picked out a few that stand out above the crowd. Right now the Androids dominate since the Apple watch has yet to be released.
We all know that companies and even government agencies track us through our mobile phones. Most of us know to turn off the WiFi connection when not in use. But did you know that you can still be tracked even with WiFi turned off? However, this short video will show you how to still be able to use your phone but keep it from being tracked.
So now you can see how with most phones to have some privacy. I personally find it amazing that the younger users (10 years to 25 years) don’t seem to care if they are tracked or recorded on social media. Just a reminder: something that is posted as well as tracked is a permanent record and theoretically could be accessed 50 years from now.
With the market for cell phones growing exponentially every year, it’s difficult to pick out a few that stand out as unique. Therefore, I’ve picked out four from different countries. It seems most of them will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress, this year scheduled for March 2-5, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. Here are some of the sharpest phones.
Yes, the holiday season is over for 2014 but not in Asia. Besides, January is a great time to shop for bargains. Companies are looking to get rid of leftover goods and you are the one who benefits. Here are some great gadgets that you will find at reduced prices. But hurry – others will see these low prices too.
1. Multipurpose Travel Router – This router comes in handy in that hotel that is charging you an arm and a leg for poor WiFi service or a higher price for using several devices at once. Here’s the Hoo Too Trip Mate to the rescue. It can also serve as a power source, a personal cloud (media sharing), and an independent WiFi source.