Browsing All posts tagged under »Always On«

Introducing the connected customer

June 17, 2012


No longer can we blame it on the youth. We must blame, if anything, the disruption of internet and mobile technology. Nowadays, age ain’t nothing but a number. It is how people embrace technology, from social networks to smartphones to intelligent appliances, that contributes to the digital lifestyle that is now synonymous with Gen-C. This […]

Point, know, buy

June 6, 2012


There’s more to the world than buying, there’s information for living. Point, know, buy could be a great “information world” feature. Seniors could more easily find and use information when needed.  Not necessarily just to buy things. For example, make the menu larger. (Point, enlarge, read.)   Find the location of services,  a place to check-in at […]

Improve iPhone battery life

March 5, 2012


So your iPhone battery runs down before you get home in the evening. What to do? Here’s some tips. Go to “Settings”  and start turning things off. Stop checking every few minutes for new email. Touch “Fetch new data” check Manually. Turn “Location Services” off.  Just touch Location services and a new screen comes, move the slide to off. […]

Apps make the smartphone

August 18, 2011


I’ve been thinking about how we accept new technology. There’s a lot of hype about it, and I realized that I had long ago accepted it. The technology, as you might suspect, is a cellphone—a smartphone. Television, an equally important happening in my life, occurred with little notice. My dad and I and a neighbor […]