Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Amazon Prime phones are losing ads, but not the discount

Amazon Prime phones with ads are losing the ads, but not the discount they come with.  Amazon sent out an email to people who've purchased unlocked phones with Prime ads letting customers know that they will release an app in the Google Play Store that will remove the ads from the lockscreen.

Monday, January 29, 2018

[Updated] Over The Top (OTT) streaming services reviewed

Over The Top (OTT) streaming media is a new-aged method for people to get TV without going through a cable company. Users can get TV on mobile devices, streaming sticks, consoles, as well as on computers.  OTT is also the main victim of Net Neutrality repeal so as of right now, it's at a pass roads as to whether it can replace your cable subscription or not.  If Net Neutrality repeal gets enforced by the FCC, cable companies will be able to price these OTT services out of the market and force customers into costly cable packages.

Guest host on SMRPodcast

I was asked to be a guest host on one of my favorite podcasts, SMRPodcast to recap my CES experience and talk tech with hosts Robb and Chris.  I've been featured on the show in the past, but this was the first time I was asked to be a guest.

Friday, January 26, 2018

Firefox and Silk browser arrive on Fire TV

The popular media streaming platform Fire TV from Amazon has always been known for what can be called "adaptability", and now it's even more adaptable.  Amazon has allowed Firefox and it's own Silk browser to be installed on Fire TV products allowing users to bring the web to their TV.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Burger King explains Net Neutrality

Burger King explains Net Neutrality with Whoppers and wins the internet for the day