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Coming Soon. Texting & Driving!

As it stands today, please do not text while driving.  In fact, the act of any distraction should not be undertaken while behind the wheel but Tesla has heard the concerns of its text addict clients and has now began beta testing of its autopilot feature which will be available this evening to all owners of a Tesla Model S and Model X SUV.       Although Elon Musk stated that the fully self-driving car from Tesla are a few years away the new Model X does offer its users Back to the Future DeLorean style doors.  Until that day comes, please put your phones down and keep your eyes on the road.    Check out more here:

Apples Touch Tech Still Needs Apps!

Apples new IPhone 6S is a very cool smart phone which offers new sharper images and a better camera than its previous model, but a lot of users are finding the lack of touch apps to be unfulfilling to say the least.  It looks like developers will need to step up and begin looking forward to this new touch platform for the phone.  Or will it flop for Apple?

Wearable Windows 10… The Final Frontier.

Microsoft announced this week that their new wearable fitness tracker will be powered by Windows 10.  As Windows has large amounts of competition within the wearable technology market this addition might help them stand apart from the rest.  Check out more here:  

The Lamborghini of Routers

NETGEAR has announced their new R8500 Nighthawk X8.  With Tri-Band Quad Stream performance, delivers combined wireless speeds of up to 5.3 Gbps.  Check out more here:    

CBS Went Dark on Dish

Well, DISH customers just lost CBS! They are going to miss A Very Grammy Christmas tonight... AFC football on Sunday... the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show! Gosh, wouldn't it be great if there were a way to get broadcast channels without having to worry about blackouts?

Your Federal Right to Install an Outdoor TV Antenna

In the United States, you have a federal right to install an outdoor TV antenna. That's right, it's the law. More Americans are re-discovering the value of broadcast TV programming with the use of a television antenna.



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