Category Archives: Technologies for our Lives

Tech on Turkey Day: Simplifying and Adding Flair to Your Holiday Celebration

While the holidays are filled with fun, excitement and favorite traditions, they are also a hectic and sometimes stressful time of the year. Amidst shopping, cooking and entertaining, we often feel as though we might benefit from an extra helper … Read more >

Cable ISPs Vs. Mobile Carriers: Untangling the Future of Wi-Fi

Despite the advances in cellular data transfer speeds and coverage, Wi-Fi continues to be the primary hub for mobile device data. In addition to being the dominant method of connectivity for current mobile users, trends like the Internet of Things … Read more >

Get The Big Picture With The Actiontec ScreenBeam Mini2

Advances in wireless technology have created opportunities for people to de-clutter their lives by removing more and more cords. Intel’s vision is to create a completely wire-free experience for both the home and office, and one of the first steps … Read more >

Musicians Using Intel Technology to Improve Connectivity and Creativity

Linkin Park’s use of Intel-powered technology demonstrates that tech has a significant presence in creative industries today. In a recent video,  Linkin Park’s very own Mike Shinoda shares with fans how technology is helping to unleash creative minds, using the … Read more >

“Wireless” Vs. “Wire Free” — Uncompromised Productivity

Advances in technology have produced a comfortable wireless computing experience that allows us the ability to move beyond the tethers of Ethernet cables, but we still have a few more steps before we can confidently say, “We’re wire free.” The … Read more >

Free Wi-Fi Calling Is Here — Is Your Router Ready?

With more and more mobile device manufacturers including Wi-Fi call capabilities in their products, and major mobile carriers competing to offer free Wi-Fi calls, now is a good time to familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of this new … Read more >

Buying A New Device? Don’t Get Shortchanged On Your Wireless Speeds

Even with new 802.11ac wireless technology available to device manufacturers, many companies are still putting older, slower 802.11bgn wireless cards in their devices. From laptops to smart TVs, it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting before you buy. 802.11b/g/n … Read more >