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HTC U11 vs. LG G6 camera shootout By IDG.TV The LG G6 is our top smartphone camera, but the HTC U11 packs some serious punch. Check out our testing to see if the HTC U11 captures the top spot! ...Read More »
Cotton StrapShot EV1 Holster By Zach Woolf Photographers need to be ready to take a photo at a moment's notice, but must be diligent in protecting the expensive equipment they are using. Ditching a lens cap for a cheap UV filter reduces the time it take you to go from camera off to click the shutter. Camera bags are chosen for their ability to keep gear safe and how easy they allow you to access that gear. If you are of an adventurous mind and spend your time hiking through the woods, casting a line in a river, or any number of outdoor activities, you face the same two problems but to more of an extreme. The Cotton StrapShot EV1 Holster is here to lend a helping hand. ...Read More »
WWDC 2017: Our Top 3 Predictions By IDG.TV Here's what you can expect to be announced during the WWDC keynote on Monday, June 5. ...Read More »
Five Perks of Having a Video Homepage By Dan Radak Without any doubt, your homepage is essential for the first impression your business makes on the visitors. Some would say that it acts as your online office reception area. Well-designed and tastefully decorated space with all sorts of promotional products at hand and a friendly receptionist can sway those who are not completely sure they want to do business with you. It shouldn't come as a surprise than that many people opt for a video homepage for their company website. These are five advantages of having a video homepage. ...Read More »
Content, Streaming Take Center Stage at NAB By Andy Marken When everything around you is in total chaos, the best thing you can do is change your tag line to give folks the feeling you're in front of the situation. NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) did that with style this year by highlighting the MET (Media & Entertainment Technology) effect. That way, everyone could explain how they met or were meeting the market's demands and needs. ...Read More »
Top Mobile Accessories for Farm Workers By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Prep your workforce for greater productivity. ...Read More »
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6 Important Steps to Secure Your Business Before an Employee Leaves By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Learn how to lock, track, and control your company's BYOD devices with MaaS360 to ensure your business data stays secure when an employee leaves. ...Read More »
LG G6 vs Google Pixel Camera Showdown By IDG.TV Can the LG G6 dethrone the Google Pixel for the best camera in a smartphone? ...Read More »
Panasonic LUMIX DC-GX850 By David Hague Good things come in small packages could be the best way to describe the new Panasonic LUMIX DC-GX850 Micro Four Thirds (MFT) 4K camera. The size of an everyday compact and weighing a tiny 267g (sans lens), nonetheless this $800 (RRP) little beast is a powerhouse of a camera in both its stills format and as a capable (with ergonomic limitations) video camera. ...Read More »
Inside a smartphone safety testing lab By IDG.TV Smartphones have to undergo weeks of testing in this lab before they go on sale. ...Read More »
Tech Timeline: the iPad first goes on sale By IDG.TV In April 2010, Apple introduced the first-generation iPad, which came with automatic orientation, web browsing, and access to email. ...Read More »
BYOD Pros and Cons By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Here are the pros and cons of having your employees use their personal cell phone as their business phone. ...Read More »
6 Tips For Using Social Media To Drive Television Ratings By Gavin McGarry Did you know that Facebook is the top-performing social media platform for television programs? Data has shown that a 3% increase in Facebook likes leads to a 1% increase in ratings. Here are some of our best practices for using social media to help drive television ratings. ...Read More »
Tablets for Business: Paving the Way to Better Productivity and Bottom Line By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Tablets, must have tool for remote workforce success. ...Read More »
How to create a mobile hotpsot with your iPhone or iPad By IDG.TV CIO.com senior writer Sarah White demonstrates what it takes to get your mobile hotspot access working so you can hit the open road. ...Read More »
MWC 2017: Top phones get a new lease on life By IDG.TV Venerable smartphone brands Motorola, Nokia and BlackBerry got new life at Mobile World Congress 2017, largely due to the influence of Chinese and Finnish manufacturers that licensed the names. ...Read More »
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