So far there are two ways to watch the movies—either insert a disc (may be a flash drive) into DVD player or stream the content online. Both ways give you a freedom to watch the movies anytime and anywhere rather than waiting for the broadcast or going to the cinema hall like few years ago. But DVDs require your labor and patient for inserting and playback and you have to return back if they are rented. Similarly, online streaming eats up your bandwidth data and can be a “patient tester” with slow links or poor connectivity.
Our T.V. watching experience is enhanced with the introduction of the better resolutions with HD, Ultra HD, and the latest one, 4K. But it is equally true that the advent of these technologies has made it confusing for customers to decide which one is the best. Most of the people don’t know which screen size is good or the difference between HD or HD ready. Here are the key things about T.V. screens you must know before choosing the T.V.
To understand how technology has made our life easier, the smart home is one of the perfect examples. The great technological advance in modern times has made our home “tech savvy”. In short, we have one smartphone swipe to operate all things like lights, fans, appliances and locks. If you’re a smart homeowner, you can’t resist boasting about the perks of your home.
Here, we have summed up some major benefits of smart home. Let’s see how it makes your life easy.
According to a survey, an American watches only 17 channels from the bundle of 189 channels at his disposals. And interesting thing is that we pay all for those useless channel we don’t watch. Plus, there are hidden fees and data caps.