(StatePoint) Technology has swept the heartland of America, providing families new, more efficient ways to use their home computers to manage household finances, maintain personal histories and records and store precious digital photographs.
(NAPSI)—You and your colleagues may be more productive on your next conference call with the help of an interactive new service.
(NAPSI)—Some say a new smartphone designed by Africans for use in Africa is a smart way to promote social and economic development throughout the continent.
(NAPSI)—There’s good news for parents who are concerned that their children’s math skills may need improvement.
(NAPSI)—Even though I spend my days in front of the camera, I am still a busy mom of two, always on the lookout for the same things most moms are—new, smart resources to help my family thrive and simplify our everyday routine.
(BPT) - No one wants to see a cloud on a sunny summer day, but when it comes to how technology can make your life better, a different type of cloud can actually brighten your day. Cloud storage – often referred to as just “the cloud” – makes it easy to work at home or from anywhere, plus it makes it a snap to plan summer activities. Here’s how you can make your experiences less stressful and more meaningful with a few technology tips and tricks.
(BPT) - Few inventions have evolved as amazingly fast from science fiction to science fact as touchscreen technology. From its very basic beginnings in the mid-1960s to the first consumer applications on ATM machines in the ’80s, touchscreen technology has reached virtually everywhere – including our pocket-sized mobile devices.
(NAPSI)—For many schoolchildren, summertime means days of fun in the sun, family road trips and visits from the ice cream truck. But many parents don’t realize that summer can also mean learning loss. Studies have found that nearly all children lose knowledge over the summer. In fact, when children head back to school in the fall, they are one month behind academically. This loss adds up year after year, especially for students from low-income families who may not have access to summertime enrichment opportunities, like camp, tutoring, and regular trips to the library. This can significantly impact a child’s success in school and in life over the long term.
(NAPSI)—The marriage of technology and entertainment has been a match made in heaven. The many things you can see, do and interact with through your home entertainment devices and flat-panel TV couldn’t even have been imagined a few years ago. Cable and satellite programming, gaming consoles, Blu-ray DVD players and other Internet-enabled devices are just some of the ways we all enjoy our magnificent, wide-screen TVs. It’s a beautiful thing.