Top 10 Mobile & Tech Blogs To Read

With constant changes in mobile and new technology developments all the time, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to try and keep up. Fortunately, we have many blogs and websites that cover mobile and new technology to help you out. Here is a list of the Top 10 Mobile and Technology Blogs To Read:

Tech Blogs

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  1. TechCrunch: TechCrunch has a plethora of information for technology news. At ChaiOne, we especially like the Mobile section of the website. Besides technology news, readers can find information on technology companies through TechCrunch’s free database, CrunchBase. They also have great information about startups and has the latest info on all things tech throughout the day.

  2. The Next Web: The popular website covers a wide range of technology news across the globe. We like reading The Next Web because we can get technology news and information that affects everyone. In addition, The Next Web has a division that organizes various conferences and events. The Next Web Labs is another part of the company that builds startups so you can learn more about what types of companies and services are sprouting up.

  3. ReadWrite: ReadWrite is a great blog that provides tech news, reviews, and analysis. You can learn more on various topics including cloud, enterprise, hacking, mobile, and more. We especially like the clean design of the page which makes it easy to read and share articles.

  4. Re/code (from the former All Things D team): To expand upon the All Things Digital conference, was created to open the conversation to everyone. The team at All Things D recently launched a new business and have brought their writing talents to Re/code. With Re/code, people will get news, analysis, and opinion on existing and new technology, the Internet, and media in a variety of media styles and from multiple sources.

  5. GigaOM: GigaOM is a great source for mobile news. In our opinion, it also has some of the best information on wearable technologies. You can learn more about emerging technologies and the disruption of media by reading GigaOM. Also, an interesting thing to note is that the site includes a specific news section on clean technology.

  6. Android Police: A more niche mobile blog is Android Police. For information on everything Android, you will find the latest news and posts on Android Police. This blog is a great source for all Android news, apps, games, phones, and tablets with great posts for developers. The site also has helpful tips and tutorials for Android apps and mobile devices.

  7. Apple Insider: On the other side of the mobile and tech space, Apple Insider covers all things Apple and iOS. There is always something happening in the Apple Universe and this site has it all. Apple Insider has great coverage for those that want to keep up with Apple insider news, rumors, updates, and additional analysis. The site also offers price guides to help you find the lowest prices on Apple products.

  8. TabTimes: TabTimes is a great blog for mobile news, reviews, and apps to help managers, professionals, and business people navigate the tablet world. It has a good deployment and strategy section for tablets. In addition, since this website targets business people, you can get information on how enterprises are using tablets and the growing BYOD trend.

  9. Forrester Blog: Forrester Research is a great resource for data and analysis on technology. In particular, the CIO section of the Forrester blog is a great place for information and stats on mobile and technology throughout the world. You can look to Forrester for upcoming technology and mobile trends.

  10. CITEworld: We like reading CITEworld because it has information that will help IT professionals, business leaders, and other technology investors keep up with new developments in technology. The site is great for information on IT in the enterprise and the latest technology news.

How Tech Could Rescue the Awful Democratic Debates

Debates Like many of you, I watched eight-plus hours of Democratic debates last week, and they seem to be getting worse over time. The last effort made it look like CNN was trying harder to create drama than to help people make a choice among the candidates.


We have a ton of technology — some new, some in place for decades — that could make this process far more informative and help people to make a decision that’s right for them. It also might get people excited about the election, so they actually would vote.

I’ll offer some ideas, as I did after the first round, on how we could use technology to make the debates more meaningful and improve the quality of our choices (we really need to improve the quality of our choices). I’ll close with my product of the week: an interesting new smart tablet from Lenovo that thinks it’s an Echo Show and arguably is a better value.

The Problem

The Democrats fielded a buttload of candidates who largely seem to be clones. This makes choosing among them difficult. Were it our job to make the choice (which it is), the debates so far haven’t helped much.

The No. 1 thing that the Democrats want (and I expect not an insignificant number of independents and even moderate Republicans) is a replacement for Donald Trump. I mean, if the Democrats lose, it really doesn’t matter what their candidate intended to do — it won’t get done.

Now that should make it pretty simple: Run largely on a platform of removing Trump from office, fixing what is perceived as broken, and not breaking stuff that isn’t. Instead, the Democratic candidates seem to be focused on issues that will polarize the voters and have many thinking that the president is the better of two bad choices.

For instance, once again on healthcare (this was the problem with Obamacare), they are focusing on getting the government to pay for it rather than focusing on the real problem — the excessive costs. We are the source of government funding, so just shifting the payee doesn’t fix the real problem, given the money comes from us regardless.

There is also the issue of reparations, which would take money from folks who did no wrong and give it to folks who weren’t harmed directly, and no one is talking about amounts. Rough calculations suggest that at US$500 million, it would only give between $10 and $20 per person (around 40 million black people in the U.S. = $12.50 per person at $500 million).

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It would cost less than that per taxpayer (some of whom would be the people getting the money; a tax exclusively on white people would be, well, racist). The tax per person would be around $6.25 (assuming 80 million taxpayers) netting those who got the reparations around $6.25 each. Don’t spend it all at once… . That assumes the collection and distribution of the money would be free, which it wouldn’t be.

Yet if that money, all $500 million, were to go toward fixing education or reducing racial bias in the legal system or promoting more diversity in politics (note I’m saying “or” not “and,” so it isn’t diluted so much it can’t make a difference) the impact would be far more meaningful. Without detailing what people will get, or what people will pay, any proposal is likely to create more conflict between the races (not enough paid out, too much paid in).

The candidates seem to have no idea that all the “Day One” stuff is B.S. For the first several weeks they’ll be learning the job. Getting anything done, other than being sworn in, is unlikely, given how that first day goes.

In reality, folks don’t care whether something is done on Day One or Day 300, as long as it gets done. Much of what is being promised won’t get done at all, let alone on the first day. (The history of presidents keeping promises suggests most were just blowing hot air during their campaigns.)

Given the platforms, it really looks to me like the Democrats are trying to lose — but be that as it may, here is how we could apply technology to help improve the process.

A BS Meter Application

It wouldn’t be hard for a news service to create a B.S. meter. Using machine learning and working off campaign promises and the cumulative coverage of the candidates, an outlet could put up a running B.S. meter, much like The Washington Post‘s Pinocchio score (and it would be useful both for the primaries and the general election).

The system wouldn’t be limited to showcasing whether what was said was true. It also could gauge whether promises made were achievable by probability. For instance, a lot of candidates made promises that Congress, which is dysfunctional and has been the bane of both parties’ presidents, would have to enact — and likely wouldn’t.

The nice thing about a machine learning or deep learning artificial intelligence would be that it would learn over time, and that also would force the candidates to be more honest and realistic. I don’t know about you, but I’m a tad tired of politicians who seem to get into office due to their ability to lie to us. Or, put another way, this could help change “honest politician” into something that isn’t an oxymoron.

Virtual Debates

A few years back IBM demonstrated its Watson AI verbally debating a professional debater. While the system lost, it performed incredibly well. Most interesting was that the system was more entertaining than the human and arguably more accurate.

You could get that same system to emulate Trump and you could have a virtual debate between each of the prospective candidates and the virtual president. The result would provide a far better idea of which candidate could best counter Trump’s unique style of manipulated facts and ad hominem attacks.


This also could help offset the perception problem with minority and woman candidates. Voters have locked into their heads what a president should look like, and that clearly is an old white guy. If done right, this approach could help broaden that perception to include a woman of color who, on paper, might be the strongest natural foil for President Trump. It would focus on performance first, however, better ensuring the intended outcome.

I’m actually surprised this isn’t being done for debate preparation — even if it weren’t broadcast, the training would be invaluable.

Completed Thoughts

One of the real problems with the last debate was that the format was too tight, and candidates often were unable to complete a thought. Now the post-debate coverage could deal with that, but after five hours of the debate (with commercials), I’m not sure how many people would be hanging in. However, with the addition of active links, people could go and read what the candidate wasn’t allowed to finish saying.

In addition, candidates could record complete answers after the fact, and much like an extended movie with added footage, there could be a post-debate experience that would give viewers more information on issues that concerned them. The 15-second rule was insane, in that it had no real connection to reality. One would need a ton of specialized training to be able to articulate complex thoughts consistently in 15 seconds.

An AI application could do it in real time, though, and if the AI could feed a display on the podium, the candidate then could pass on learning the 15-second skill and leave it to the AI, which could perform better. This also would be a great example of how to use AIs to help humans advance the technology, which is in an area the U.S. currently dominates (China is coming on fast though).

Instrument the Audience

One of the things I’m surprised hasn’t happened yet is the creation of an app that would allow the audience to provide feedback on what they are seeing. The surveys on how people will vote aren’t reliable, given there is just too much time between now and the election. However, it would be possible to monitor how perceptions were changing and report that in real time.

That way candidates could better hone their messaging. With results pooled by interests, people could see how their like-minded peers were trending, which might help them realize a candidate they liked actually wasn’t right for them, and help them identify a candidate who would be better on merit, rather than on sex or race.

Aggregated Impact

One thing the current-generation system can do is take and parse a lot of information quickly and provide voters with an individual context at scale. What I mean is that a properly trained AI could consider your personal information and provide a ranking of the candidates based on which one proposed the path most favorable to you personally, based on your interests and investments. It also could adjust that for the likelihood of execution.

So, you’d get a ranking not only of who was listening more, but also of who was likely to accomplish more. For instance, both Sanders and Warren have similar aggressive policy proposals, but Warren is better integrated into the party and thus more likely to get done what she promises. That’s an important distinction that likely is lost on most.

Once again, this would provide a strong counterpoint to voting based on physical appearance and likability to voting based on merit and ability to accomplish the tasks you, as a voter, want done. This would be useful for more than debates. It could be a website that voters could check periodically. It could go beyond the election, showing a running tab of how well the then-president was living up to promises made.

Wrapping Up

It continues to amaze me that while we are the world technology leader, we don’t use technology better to ensure a well-run government. The last guy we elected was a reality-TV star. He doesn’t like to read and arguably has created far more problems than he has fixed. That means the process is broken, and if we don’t fix the process our happy future is anything but certain.

Technology, particularly artificial intelligence, is incredibly good at helping people make difficult decisions at scale. We need to apply it to the political process, so we are better able to pick candidates who don’t just tell us what we want to hear but make actual progress. Without technology, that appears to be a bridge too far.

Fitness: The Sweet Spot for Smartwatches

Smartwatches outsold traditional watches in the fourth quarter of 2018. The category saw a 51 percent increase in dollar sales for last year, along with a 61 percent increase in unit sales, according to recent data from NPD Group. One in four Americans aged 18 to 34 now own a smartwatch, and that is likely to increase.

Traditional watches did regain the majority of the market in Q1 2019, suggesting that not all consumers are ready to have a mini-computer on their wrists just yet, but devices that do more than tell the time are capturing a greater segment of the market, and that isn’t likely to slow down anytime soon.

Global sales of smartwatches will increase from 51.3 million units last year to 91.8 million this year, reaching as high as 131.6 million in 2023, IDC has forecast. That is lot of mini-computers on the wrists of consumers in years to come.


Apple, Rolex, Fitbit, Patek Philippe and Samsung are now the top five smartwatch brands, according to NPD Group, signifying that a mix of features and fashion are the key drivers in the wearables category.

Apple has maintained the largest share of the smartwatch market, but Samsung is now the fastest growing brand, while companies such as Fitbit and Garmin are holding steady, according to a report from research firm Canalys.

Fitness functionality is crucial to many consumers, which is why we soon could see more athletic apparel companies enter the market.

Sporting goods company Puma earlier this year announced a partnership with the Fossil Group to bring out a line of wearables designed with active individuals in mind. Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset and running on Google’s Wear OS, these devices are designed to help athletes train and track goals, while still taking design cues from a traditional watchmaker.

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Form Over Function

Despite the fact that fitness functionality is a key feature in smartwatches, a lot of emphasis increasingly is directed toward design elements.

“The wearables market is about form factor, not specific device function,” said Steve Blum, principal analyst at Tellus Venture Associates.

“That’s true whether it is smartwatches, fitness trackers, sleep monitors or something else,” he told TechNewsWorld.

What is notable is that the market has seen a convergence of fitness devices and wearable computers that do much more than track heart rate or steps taken. They have greater connectivity with smartphones, which also have evolved from simple communication devices to a go-anywhere personal computers.

“Smartphones are networked handheld computers that are a convenient parking spot for any app, sensor or content that you can imagine,” noted Blum. “It’s an accident of history that we call them ‘phones,’ and similarly, what we’ll end up calling a ‘smartwatch’ will just be a wrist-mounted platform for whatever can conveniently ride on it.”

The Downsizing Trend

Smartwatches align with a trend that began more than three decades ago with personal computers. The first “personal computer,” or “PC,” was personal in that it stood on one’s desk. The early “portable computers” were the size of small suitcases — or at best a large (and heavy) briefcase.

PCs eventually became laptops, which led to the development of smaller devices, such as smartphones and tablets.

“Since the mainframe became a mini became a desktop became a notebook became a phone, the next step is obviously a wearable, which is by definition small and comfortable,” suggested Roger L. Kay, principal analyst at Endpoint Technologies Associates.

“It was always the case that computers would keep getting smaller, and full-function machines are limited in size theoretically only by input and output methods,” he told TechNewsWorld.

If a big screen is required for the computer, it simply can’t get any smaller. The same holds true when a keyboard is required, added Kay, “but if output is small semasiographs of a known thing — a small red pulsating heart that even a person with limited vision can distinguish from some other icon — or output is sound, the form factor can get much smaller,” Kay explained.

The same holds true when voice input is an option. Reduction in the size of sensors has allowed computers to become wearable, as they can pick up signals from the wearer.

“Thus, the primary function may be to monitor these input levels for changes and report out,” said Kay. “That sounds like a fitness tracker.”

End of the Fitness Tracker

The convergence of technology could come at a cost — and not just reflected on price tags. Those who want a dedicated fitness device could be left with fewer options.

“I’m seeing fewer and fewer Fitbits and other dedicated fitness wearables on people, and more and more Apple Watches, and those are often used for step counting and other fitness-tracking purposes,” said Blum.

In fact, 76 percent of respondents to a recent Parks Associates survey used their smartwatch to track steps. Sixty percent used them as a heart rate monitor, and 53 percent to track calories. Overall, 41 percent of smartwatch owners reported that the most commonly used apps were to track calories or to monitor weight loss goals.

“While fitness is a major feature of smartwatches, we need to evaluate them on a case-by-case basis,” said Julie Sylvester, coproducer of Living in Digital Times.

“Fitness devices in general are moving towards more general health-based wearables,” she told TechNewsWorld. “While most wrist-based devices have a time feature, smartwatches play a broader role, and lumping them together ignores these features and dilutes the role of the more specialized wrist-based fitness trackers used in health and stress monitoring.”

Watches will continue to be multi-use devices simply because of how they are worn, and a portion of the workload always will include fitness tracking.

A watch “can be seen, felt and heard easily, consulted from various distances, and operated with the free hand,” noted Kay.

“A necklace, for example, would be hard to see, but could be heard and felt easily enough. Much of the utility converges on the watch, which is really only a ‘watch’ in name,” he pointed out.

“It keeps time, but it’s more of a DickTracy-type thing you whisper into and look at,” Kay remarked. “Watches subsume fitness-tracking as an app with specialized hardware, and fitness trackers try to do more and become ‘watch’-like.”

Addressing Shortcomings

Even as a wearable computer, the smartwatch has a major drawback — one that has plagued other personal or portable computers.

“Batteries are the major limiting factor inhibiting the collapse of everything into a single smartwatch,” Blum said. “There are two problems: battery life and recharging. So far I haven’t found a smartwatch that can operate with everything running, including GPS, for more than about eight hours straight.”

That can be inconvenient for users who just want to put it on in the morning and let it do its thing all day long.

“It’s a deal killer for people who need that level of functionality for long durations — cyclists, hikers, triathletes, for example,” noted Blum.

“Recharging requires users to take the watch off once or twice a day and leave it somewhere to charge,” he said. “That can limit its usefulness as a sleep monitor, for example. It is also a lot more fussy than we’re used to being about our watches.”

As younger users are enticed by the form factor, the smartwatch/wearable category is going to have to solve the battery issue. Phones can be plugged in while a user is sitting at a desk, but that isn’t the best solution for a wearable device.

“If someone can figure out a system for wirelessly recharging smartwatches with ambient energy, it’ll be a game changer,” said Blum.

“At that point, it won’t be just fitness trackers that collapse into smartwatches, but also many smartphone functions as well,” he predicted, with “maybe a low-level magnetic field on keyboards, steering wheels, handlebars, or anything else that’s regularly near your wrist for more than a few minutes a day.”

12 Effective Ways to Expand Your Social Media Influence

The digital era is a gift that keeps giving. Before digital technology made the planet essentially into a global village, both individual and business possibilities were only limited to geographical limits. Now, there are well over 3 billion people around the world who are on social media. Geographical restrictions which used to exist in the past, exist no-more.

Social Media Influence

With so many people online, social networks are no longer exclusive to bringing people together but are also the best places to establish an impact, especially for businesses with the intention of expanding their brand outreach. And with brand recognition comes the opportunity to drive valuable traffic and attract permanent clients, making it an essential tool for both online and offline marketing.

There is no doubt that using social media and establishing the right social networks is an essential part of every business’ operations; the only real issue is getting to leverage it effectively to attract the underlying benefits. Since there are no shortcuts in leveraging the various social media networks, going through the motions is the only sure way to know what sticks and what does not. The learning curve may be intimidating as you try to incorporate the various techniques available, but the excitement that comes from seeing your business gain traction through social media interactions is inherently rewarding.

With that in mind, how do you leverage Instagram, Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, Pinterest, and other social media platforms to create the influence your business needs?

How to expand your social media influence the right way

The difference between a business that has an impact on social networks and one that doesn’t, depends on the ability to understand what your potential clients want. To help with this, here are sure ways you can use to expand your circle of social media influence.

1. Have clear objectives and goals

Identifying your goals and objectives is as essential as having a compass to direct your actions. Once you have an understanding of the achievements you have set for your business, you can then dedicate time to research the various social media platforms to gain an understanding of how they work. That research also helps to understand the type of audience, for instance, on Facebook, as opposed to the one on Twitter.

Making a note of those subtle differences will also give you an edge on how you will integrate your efforts to achieve the most favorable outcomes. Since creating a strong social network is a process, it means always studying trends and having objectives that guide your every move.

2. Network with influential people and brands

There is one profound outcome that comes from networking with influential people and brands: credibility. When you follow people with influence or follow other brands relevant to your unique business brand, you build security around your followers since you openly establish that what your business does is credible and authentic.

3. Employ social media optimization

There is only one thing that concerns itself with optimizing your social media platforms, and that is using relevant keywords. Search engines, like Google and Bing, use specific keywords and key phrases to conduct quick searches and bring up the list of immediate results. You should, therefore, carry out extensive keyword research to find such keywords to link back to the content you have posted.

4. Present content that is useful

Content is at the heart of social media where businesses are concerned. Therefore, presenting useful content means bringing a sense of purpose to what you post on social media. Basically, the content you publish on your various platforms, should either entertain, educate, or inspire your followers.

People on social networks are in search of solutions they are facing in real life, and thus, having content augmented towards a purpose is beneficial. It, then, means that quality is a must. Having a few, or even just one, useful and quality-driven post on your blog and different social networking accounts will also enhance the value you bring, and hence, your credibility.

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5. Maximize your interactions

It is well-established that the prime intention of social media is to connect with people, and with this, comes with a unique opportunity to get your business to interact personally with its followers. So, when people post on your various platforms, engaging with them is paramount.

You should make it a priority to respond to their posts and the comments they may have regarding the content you have posted. Maximizing your interactions with your followers creates a personal relationship between them and the business, and that will also encourage them to find out more about what it does.

6. Get to know and understand the needs of your audience

When your followers feel that you understand them, the more they will rely on your brand. It also makes your interactions with them inherently easy. Therefore, when you focus on your understanding of their needs, keep in mind certain things, for example, what they want to see and read so that you can post content that is satisfying. Grasping this concept will give you a unique edge and direct traffic to your business.

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7. Add social media icons on your website

Since your website already has valuable traffic, why not use that to make your social media footprint known? Adding icons of your various social networks will do exactly that. For those who visit your website, it lets them know that they can stay in touch with your brand through other channels that are easier and more interesting to use.

The same should apply to your emails. For those followers who have already subscribed to your content through the emails you send on a monthly basis, for example, having relevant icons attached to such emails could persuade them to find additional content you have, resulting to more followers.

8. Add links to your social profiles and website

Apart from adding icons of your social profiles, it is also advisable to add links to the same on your website. This will serve the same purpose as the icons, and make those who visit your site to learn more about what your business does.

9. Create a coherent social network strategy

Social media entails working with various platforms that have a different set of audience, and that work differently from one another. It can, therefore, be daunting and stressful to work on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google Plus, among others, at the same time without having a strategy guiding you through it. Trying to manage all your social networks simultaneously, and without a plan in mind can only go on for so long.

And since every platform has its own set of goals, that makes creating a coherent strategy that much important. You can effectively make sure each one is performing its set tasks by establishing a social network calendar. In it, you can track activities like upcoming events, and blog posts, among others. With such a plan, you can organize and have a good handle on all your social networks.

10. Make maximum use of hashtags that are trending

Hashtags are of absolute importance, especially on platforms like Instagram and Twitter. Every time you post something on social media, incorporate hashtags in them so that people can find your other relevant platforms, as well as your website.

11. Adopt the habit of profile sharing

Sharing your profile handles is another critical way of expanding your social media influence, particularly to people you are familiar with. Being strategic in this specific instance is of importance so that you do not come off as pushy. When done right, however, profile sharing enhances awareness pertaining to your brand’s presence on social networks. Concurrently, you may land some important referrals, in turn.

12. Do not restrict yourself; branching out is essential

Here is the thing when it comes to establishing your social media footprint: it is either you go all in, or not at all. Branch out and explore other social networking platforms to widen your approach and multiply your efforts. It’s not just Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, other interesting apps and websites with unique features, like Foursquare, Pinterest, Tumblr, among others, are out there. While you’re at it, registering on social review websites is also recommended. Remember that the goal is to expand your social media influence, so limiting yourself is out of the question.

There is no doubt that it is difficult to expand your social media influence rapidly, but the above-highlighted strategies serve as insider secrets, which the top-ranking brands in the world use to take their social networking game to the next level.

Best VR Games For iPhone And Android

Virtual Reality or it is commonly referred to as VR has changed the course of animation and game design techniques. While Virtual Reality is changing the course of future technology in many fields, it has surprisingly set benchmarks in the gaming industry. Offering a completely immersive experience, VR has allowed gamers to live their game experiences beyond the surround sound and high-definition display.

VR Games

The jolts of shocks and vibrations in consoles take gamers on to the next level of enthusiasm and interest in games. This is the reason, every gaming studio is making efforts to create a perfect VR game to set a new benchmark in the industry. And now, with mobile being the first reachable device for everyone, the VR industry has turned to introduce VR games for mobile phones. One can buy a compatible VR headset and can enter his/her favorite game universe on the phone.

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How VR Games Can be Played on Mobile Phones?

Playing VR Games on mobile phones is a bit tricky. To get the best VR apps for android and iPhones, you can’t just go through the in-built app stores. Yes, there are a few VR games that you can download directly from App Store or Google Play Store, but not all of them. Here are some points that would give you a glimpse of available VR games on different platforms:

  • Oculus, a Virtual Reality platform owned by Facebook has a variety of games on its official Oculus website and app. The app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Play Store. So Oculus games can be played on both iOS and Android via Oculus app.
  • Samsung Electronics has developed its own VR especially for Samsung Galaxy Series phones in collaboration with Facebook’s Oculus. The headsets are known as Gear VR and VR Games for Samsung phones are available on Oculus App.
  • HTC Vive is another VR gear one can use to play games. HTC Vive models such as Vive Focus is compatible with only some mobile phones, as it is still focused on its mainstream PC gaming.
  • Google Cardboard, the homemade VR solution from Google can also be used to play some of the first VR games launched for mobile. Some of these games are available for install on Google Play Store.
  • Google’s Daydream is Google’s second VR venture. However, Google Daydream’s games can only be played specific phones including Pixel, Pixel XL, Moto Z, Galaxy S8/S8+, and Asus Zenfone AR.

These are the mainstream platforms to install/purchase your favorite VR games for Android or iPhones. So, let’s break down the best VR games available that you can play on the go using your cell phones:

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Top VR Games For iPhone And Android

1. Smash Hit VR

Let’s begin with the most simple one. Smash Hit is one of the top-ranked games on both Android and iOS. In the original game, the user has to throw metal balls at glass objects in the surrounding area, as well as smash and break glass obstacles in the way to avoid losing lives. The more you smash, the more you score. The game is known for its immersive music and visuals, which are now more exciting in Smash Hit’s VR addition. In the VR version, the user dives in an endless run while throwing the balls at glass obstacles to clear the path. The endless-run format of the game may lead to a tiresome run for the gamer, but it is one of the best VR apps to try out.

  • Playable via Oculus VR, Samsung Gear Vr
  • For both Android and iPhones
  • Price: $2.99

Download on Oculus

2. Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope

The name Serious Sam isn’t new to gamers. It is a series of first-person shooter games that dates back to 2001. Serious Sam: The Last Hope is a spin-off VR entry in the series and is one of the best mobile VR games in FPS-arcade category. The plot of the game does not distinguish from the original game, wherein the protagonist fight against extraterrestrial threats. Now unlike the main series, this one doesn’t include strategy and stealth. In this game, you play Sam and act as a killing machine for aliens. So, if you’re looking for having some fun with cool weapons and crazy alien attacks, The Last Hope is worth a shot. But it would be a bore for those who want to immerse in the story. So, choose wisely!

  • Playable on Oculus Rift/Rift S and HTC Vive, which makes it compatible with both iOS and Android
  • Price: $39.99

Download on Oculus

3. Minos Starfighter VR

Minos Starfighter is one of the most fun VR games for android, as well as iPhones. For iPhones, it goes by the name  End Space VR. The game is an FPS-shooter game turned into VR, featuring extravagant space battles, laser weapons, and hi-tech missiles to be fired at enemy pilots. You pilot Minos as the hero of the game and fight against the enemy spaceship fleets, which keep hitting you hard until you are defeated. The game has a head-gaze shoot feature, where you can use your head to turn, aim, and fire without a trigger button. The detailed 3D modeling of featured spacecraft and the immersive surround sound audio would optimize your gaming experience and provide a smooth VR gameplay.

  • Designed exclusively for Google Cardboard, however, it can be played using other headsets.
  • Priced at $0.99 on both Apple Store and Play Store.

Download: iOS|| Android

4. Virtual Virtual Reality

VR is all about immersing yourself in a completely different world. But with Virtual Virtual Reality, you get to explore a world within a world. This inception of virtual realities is the best mobile VR game for android. The game explores a world run by machine sentience, wherein the protagonist, which is you, uncover the true world hidden by artificial delusions. The plot is similar to that of the movie Matrix. Here you break patterns created by machines to uncover the facade you think of a regular world. One of the most recommended VR apps for Android phones and is also available on Oculus as well.

  • Playable on Android using Oculus Go and Gear VR
  • Not available for iOS
  • Priced at $9.99

Download on Oculus

5. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

If you’re looking for something beyond fun and want to take your VR experience to the next level, then why do it alone. Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes (yeah, that’s a lengthy name) is the best VR game for multiplayer fun. The game follows two people in a room, wherein one tries to defuse a bomb and the other swifts through papers to provide instructions so that they don’t get bombed up. The faster you convey instructions, the faster your partner would be able to save you. As the levels proceed, the difficulty starts escalating, thus, adding more fun to the adventure. Though it may be a bore in normal gameplay; however, in VR, this game is highly enthralling and is a must-try.

  • Playable on Google Dreamday and Oculus; can be installed via Google Play Store.
  • Android Only
  • Priced at: $9.99

Download on PlayStore

6. Need for Speed: No Limits VR

This entry in the list is more of a nostalgic one. Need for Speed has been part of everyone’s life at some point and now you can relive those memories of NFS in VR. Need For Speed: No Limits VR offers highly detailed and intensifying racing experience, wherein you’ll be immersed into its intuitive race tracks and action-packed events. However, given the fact it is developed by EA, it has got a higher price tag.

  • Available on Android, playable on Daydream
  • Priced at $14.99

Download on Android

7. In Cell VR

Now here is some unique VR opportunity for you to explore. In InCell, as the name says, you are thrown into the microscopic environment of the human body, shrunk into a cell. Then the game follows on-track gameplay where you run along with your cell structures while fighting against an influenza virus. While the science in the game is mostly made up, the concept and design are amazing. The high-end graphics and music add up to the excitement. Though it may seem a simple one, InCell offers you one of the best VR game experiences on mobile.

  • Playable via Google Cardboard or supporting headset.
  • Available on both iOS and Android.
  • Free of charges

Download: iOS || Android

8. Eclipse: Edge of Light

The futuristic game follows you, the protagonist, and his quest to discover the uncovered mysteries of a sentient planet. The only thing you have is the artifact, capable of communicating with the alien technology on the planet. The game is best known for its soothing soundtrack, navigating you through the game’s enthralling plot and cutting-edge graphics.

  • Playable on Oculus Go and Daydream.
  • Priced at: $8.99 on Google Play Store. Also available on Oculus

Download on Play Store

9. Fractal Combat X (FCX)

Take your flight skills on VR and get involved in one of the best VR games on iPhone. FCX puts you in the shoes of a pilot commanding a fighter jet. Now it’s up to you to destroy enemy aircrafts, dodge incoming attacks, and win the war for yourself. The game is supported by a progressive story-based narrative that adds up more thrill to your gameplay. You get to live a character in the most astonishing way and fly some hi-tech aircraft loaded with guns and missiles.

  • Available for iPhones, playable via Google Cardboard and other VR headsets.
  • The VR mode is an additional bonus in the original game
  • Available for Free

Download on App Store

10. VR Tunnel Race: Speed Rush VR

Here is another endless virtual reality escape game, wherein you get to fly out in a spacecraft within a confined tunnel to get to safety. In Speed Rush VR, you play an astronomer trapped in a tunnel between the two ends of a time and space continuum. The only way out is to dash in a spacecraft and pass through a black hole. But the black hole is a mystery within itself. Throughout the journey you’ll experience a change in colors, hypnotizing you with the help of a soothing soundtrack. This VR explosion of color combinations offers you an extraordinary and real-like visual journey, which feels exciting as well as terrifying at the same time.

  • Available on App Store and is playable on iPhones only.
  • All iPhone supporting headsets can be used
  • Available for Free

Download on App Store

These are the ten best VR games that you might not have heard about. While there are many others who people are enjoying, some of these in the list are often neglected. Nevertheless, these offers top VR game experiences and allow you to play in a completely immersive environment for as long as you want. Currently, the promising future of the VR industry is still focused on PC gaming. But the recent developments in mobile technology may allow you to take VR on one level above in the near future. And with continuous research into other areas for making games more enthusiastic, there can be a completely new tomorrow of VR gaming.

Remember, not every cell phone device is compatible to launch VR games. So before you get too excited, you need to check if your device would support such type of game or not. Now suppose your device is compatible with VR games, does it mean you’re all set to launch them. No! You need a specially designed VR headset to launch such games. These headsets range from cheaper alternatives such as Google Cardboard (which is also possible to design at home) to some hi-tech. versions such as Oculus, HTC Vive, and Samsung VR Gear. There is one more catch. It is not always necessary that these headsets would be compatible with all the Android or iPhones. So, it is essential that you chose your games carefully, acknowledging the compatibility of both your VR headset and your cellphone alike.

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9 Popular E-commerce Products to Sell Online in 2019

E-commerce The eCommerce industry is booming. People are buying products online more than ever before. Nearly anything you can imagine can be purchased on the Internet and delivered to your doorstep. It’s a great time to be a consumer. But as an entrepreneur, you can leverage this craze by creating your own eCommerce shop. You can take advantage of this opportunity and start an online store from virtually anywhere with Internet access. While technology has made it easier than ever for consumers to buy, it’s also easier than ever before to start an online business.

Sure, there are a handful of things that you need to figure out. You’ll have to create a website, choose an eCommerce platform, pick a web hosting service, and learn how to market your brand online. But before you get ahead of yourself and start all of that, you need to figure out what you’re going to sell.

Lately, I’ve been talking to so many entrepreneurs who want to sell online, but they just don’t know what to offer. That’s what inspired me to write this guide. Using in-depth research and trend analysis, I’ve come up with a list of nine popular products that you can sell online in 2019. Use this guide as an inspiration for your eCommerce shop.Ecommerce

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1. Groceries

When most people think about selling products online, they automatically think of new gadgets or products that are designed for everyday use around the house. Or they try to think of something innovative that will solve a common problem. However, it seems like people rarely think to sell food. Consumers are buying everything else online, so why not groceries? It’s something that everyone uses on a daily basis. Take a look at the current and projected growth of online grocery sales in the United States alone.


By 2021, experts predict that this will become a $30 billion industry. Furthermore, the online food and beverage industry is growing at 18% year-over-year While the majority of grocery shopping still takes place in physical store locations, the e-commerce grocery movement is the way of the future. So this is a great chance for you to jump on board before the market gets too saturated.

There are seemingly endless opportunities here. You could sell anything from snacks, to produce, to prepared and pre-packaged meals. Ultimately, there is plenty of money to be made in this space if you’re able to carve out the right niche. Just make sure you educate yourself about the legal aspects of selling food online, as the regulations are different from selling other products.

2. Electric scooters

If you live near any major American city, you’ve probably seen the rise of electric scooter usage over the last couple of years. Depending on the area, this trend has seemingly taken over the streets and sidewalk. Companies like Bird, Lime, and Razor are pioneering the scooter ridesharing industry. Even bigger names like Uber and Lyft have entered the e-scooter space. The idea behind ridesharing scooters is great.

Essentially, riders just use a mobile app to locate and start a scooter. Then they ride to a destination and park it anywhere. They are charged based on usage and everything is handled through the mobile app. With this trend growing in popularity, it seems like more and more people want to own electric scooters, as opposed to just using the rideshare options. In 2018, there were roughly 44 million electric scooters and electric bicycles sold worldwide. That number is expected to reach 50 million in 2020.

This is a great opportunity for you to seize. That’s because high-end products can be sold at a higher price point. Research shows that the average cost of an electric scooter is roughly $300. But some high-end models can retail for more than double that amount.

3. Virtual reality headsets

Virtual reality and augmented reality are increasing in popularity. If you read my blog on a regular basis, you know that augmented reality already made my list of the top mobile trends that are dominating 2019. I also wrote about how augmented reality is impacting the future of SEO. But now I want to take a moment to talk about the business opportunity for the virtual reality market. First, let me clarify the differences between AR and VR. AR uses overlays on computer-generated screens to put digital figures into real-world images. For example, AR can be used on a smartphone to play games like Pokemon Go.

As the name implies, VR puts users into a virtual world, using more specialized and sophisticated equipment, like a VR headset. Take a look at the growth of VR and AR users in the United States. As you can clearly see from the graph, both VR and AR users are growing each year. There are more AR users, simple because augmented reality is easier to use and doesn’t require special equipment.


With that said, the number of virtual reality headset users is still continuing to grow and carve out a good-sized market share in this niche. In 2017, there were roughly 11 million VR headset users in the US. That number has already doubled and will reach 26.5 million users by 2021. There are lots of potential consumers to target with this product. According to a virtual reality headset review by The Verge, VR headsets have quite the price range. Inexpensive headsets can be bought for less than $100, while higher-end models retail for upwards of $800.

4. Smart speakers

As long as we’re on the technology subject, I figured this would be a good time to talk about smart speakers. This is another trend that’s growing in popularity. Today, in 2019, there are more than 74 million smart speaker owners in the United States. However, this only makes up 26% of US Internet users, meaning that there is still plenty of room for growth in this space. China has that most smart speaker owners in the world, with 85 million. But this makes up just 10% of the country’s total Internet users. Again, this proves a high global demand for the product, with tons of room for growth in the category.

Speaking of growth, look at the number of households in America that have a smart speaker. There was a 78% growth rate between 2017 and 2018. Here’s a crazier statistic. More than half of smart speaker owners have two or more devices. This means that current smart speaker owners are still potential customers for you. This product is a great opportunity to sell online via your e-commerce shop.


5. Vapor products

E-cigarettes and electronic vaporizers, better known as “vapes” are growing in popularity. There are several different components to vapor products. There is the device itself, which operates by heating a liquid solution. Then there are the flavored liquids, usually containing nicotine. Plus there are other accessories as well, and these products come in all different shapes and sizes. Just to be clear, I’m not here to talk about the health risks of vaping or anything like that. Nor am I encouraging the use of e-cigarettes or nicotine products.

But like every other product on this list, I’m simply identifying market trends and sharing the information with you. These trends are telling me that it’s a hot category. By 2023, the global vapor market is expected to reach $43 billion. That’s a 15% compound annual growth rate for five years. The figures are impressive, to stay the least. There is definitely a market for this product, and plenty of money to be made by selling vapor products online. Just make sure you comply with all of the legal regulations associated with selling vapes and accessories through an e-commerce shop.

6. Jewelry

Jewelry is another product category with seemingly endless opportunities for online sales. You can target men, women, children, and teenagers with high-end diamonds, low-end rings, and everything in between. There are so many options for products and targets in this industry. Plus, you can even make jewelry by hand. More than 2 million handmade jewelry products are sold on Etsy.



Studies show that the global online jewelry market is expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 16% between now and 2022. According to Shopify, e-commerce only represents 4-5% of all jewelry sales worldwide. However, that number is expected to be 10-15% by 2020. What does this mean? Jewelry sales, like most products, are starting to trend in the e-commerce direction. There is so much room for growth in the coming years with this product category.

7. Digital courses and learning material

You don’t always need to sell tangible products on your e-commerce shop. You can also sell digital goods like ebooks or online learning courses. This is another booming industry. According to Forbes, the e-learning industry is going to reach $325 billion by 2025. There are so many potential customers here as well. In fact, 77% of corporations in the US use online learning tools. E-learning increases retention rates by up 60%.

So if you’re good at something, take advantage of it. Teach others how to do whatever it is that you know best. Product content like blogs, ebooks, and videos. Then sell those digital goods online. The best part about this is the low overhead. Your only costs will be running your website, processing transactions, and your time. Everything else is just straight profit.

8. Drones

The drone market is segmented into two categories.

  • Consumer
  • Commercial

There’s actually a military category too, but that’s not really relevant for e-commerce purposes.

While you might be tempted to just target the average Joe who wants to flow a drone around his neighborhood, you might want to consider the commercial market as well. Check out the growth of commercial drones over the years. Between now and 2025, the global commercial drone market is expected to grow by roughly 700%. Now is the time to jump on this trend to get your share of the action.


You can still go after consumers as well. The unit sales of personal drones dominate 94% of the market. However, this only represents 40% of the total revenue share, since commercial drones are typically priced higher.

9. Clothing and accessories

It may sound simple, obvious, or boring, but the online clothing industry is huge. But in order to be successful here, you definitely need to go after a niche. Trying to sell to anyone and everyone will be too competitive to survive. By 2023, revenue from online clothing, footwear, and accessories in the US is expected to surpass $145.7 billion. That’s up from $93 billion in 2017.

58% of Americans have purchased clothing online. Again, this is another industry where you have tons of options. There are different types of people to target, and countless options of products to sell at varying price points. Ultimately, there’s lots of money to be made selling clothes online.

5 Accounting Firm Tech Problems That Require a Professional

Problem 1: Paying per Problem

When you don’t have an IT partner, you will find yourself having to pay per incident, which can become financially challenging for your company.  You never know what your IT spend will be from month to month.

On top of that, trying to find trusted help for one-off jobs can be difficult when service providers are busy with their retainer clients.  The hours tick by as you try to get someone on the phone with emergency availability, and your technology situation worsens.

This is how one company knew it was time to enlist IT professionals.  “The biggest thing was just trying to get help,” reflects practice administrator Sherry Dawson from Kennedy Vision on life before working with Tech Guru.  “Every time we call, we’re needing them now, and they might not be able to do it now.  We were paying per incident. We weren’t being proactive, we were being reactive.”

When you partner with a reputable IT firm that understands your business, you are setting yourself up for success.  The right provider will be there to answer questions and serve your needs as they arise, so you encounter as little downtime as possible.

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  • Make your IT budget predictable with a managed IT service provider
  • Ensure a service desk is available to solve issues in a timely manner

Problem 2: You Have Questions that Need Answers

Many businesses are a “do it yourself” company when it comes to IT. When Tech Guru assesses a company’s technology needs, we talk to a lot of individuals who say that they wear many hats in their organization, even joking about being the resident IT expert. This can be a lot of pressure (and a liability) for an employee who is not a trained IT professional.

Thankfully, employees can go back to doing the job for which they were hired once the company partners with an IT firm.  Rana Severson, a firm manager and paralegal with Tech Guru client de Beer & Associates, knows this better than anyone.  “They’re always friendly and willing to help,” observes Rana.  “I always give them ‘bad’ questions about things that I am not sure that they’re even supposed to help with, but they do.”

Tech Guru takes a page out of Nordstrom’s customer service book.  You ask us about how to work your coffee maker, and we’ll do our best to walk you through it!


  • Find an IT provider that doesn’t believe in dumb or “bad” questions
  • Judge a provider on their customer service, because they’ll be serving you for a long time


Problem 3: You’re Losing Sleep Over Security

By now, you know Tech Guru is understanding of DIY IT.  It’s where a lot of businesses and nonprofits start.  The downside of a self-service tech setup includes feeling worried about potential worst-case-scenarios.

What if the computer shuts off and we can’t get it back on? How do we know if things are backed up and protected? What happens if we are the victim of a cyber attack?  The outcome of these concerns ranges from inconsequential to potentially devastating to your company.

Darlene McGee, controller of Cody Management, says that partnering with Tech Guru has given her company peace of mind.  “We know that our data is taken care of and backed up.  And then we have a confidence that we can do whatever we want because it’s just a phone call away if something goes wrong.” Darlene continues of Tech Guru, “We turn things over to them, and they just take care of it.”


  • Turn your IT problems over to a professional, and get some rest
  • Feel better about interacting with your technology knowing the experts have your back

Problem 4: You’re Losing Time

Technology can suck a lot of time and energy out of your organization. If your network goes down, you can lose a day of work. If you don’t properly back up files, you can waste a lot of time re-entering data manually. This is something that CPA Steve Zelinsky struggled with before he partnered with Tech Guru.

“Tech Guru set my assistant up so she could do direct data entry into the data file. I knew it could be done, but I didn’t know how. They also set up auto-backup, where before I was doing the backup manually, once a week,” Steve notes.  Being able to utilize his time more strategically has made a big difference in his firm’s productivity.

When you don’t have an IT partner, a lot of tasks related to technology can eat up hours – and even days – that you could otherwise spend on generating revenue. Partnering with a knowledgeable IT provider like Tech Guru could help you boost profitability by creating some shortcuts you didn’t even know were possible.


  • Ask IT, experts, to help you leverage technology to grow your business
  • Stop spending 8 hours doing what would take an IT expert 10 minutes!

Problem 5: You Don’t Know Where to Start

Making sure your business is secure is no longer a bonus for your clients, it is a must.  The FBI has reported that since January 1, 2016, more than 4,000 ransomware attacks have occurred on a daily basis (on average). Those are some scary statistics, especially when it comes to your business and the credibility you could lose if you were to become victim to one of these attacks.

Security has become a growing concern for business owners everywhere. When Steve Zelinsky decided it was time to start looking for an IT professional, cybersecurity was his main concern, “I think with identity theft and the importance of cybersecurity being elevated to the area that it was – I just felt that I wanted a second look.”  Steve wanted to “make sure that I had the barriers in place that I need to have.”

Partnering with an IT professional not only helps you gain credibility among your clients, but it also keeps you safe from both current and future cybersecurity threats.  It’s not your job to solve security concerns.  That’s what Tech Guru is for!


  • Protect your clients and your reputation by securing your data
  • Be advised by a cybersecurity expert on when and what security measures to employ

If any of the problems above are ones you’ve encountered in your business or organization, Tech Guru is here to help.  Put and end to the drama of DIY IT and set up a free initial consultation.

Investing In Indian property In 2012

Write all of the ideas down and make a”Big Idea” book for the ideas you don’t do today but have potential to do down the road. You’ll create some excellent ideas during those sessions. Don’t lose them!

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Throw away that bronzing makeup. Wearing it makes you look like you live in the Arizona sun every day of the year. That cosmetics make your skin age in a way that you do not want it to and will clog the pores up.

It is truly very much helpful for the individuals to have a better house in the city and it makes them useful too . It’s advantageous for them also . It is truly very much helpful for the individual and it makes them really helpful to have a nice house and it works really well for them. It is very helpful for them to have a perfect house and it makes them. It helps their children to grow up properly . It is a job of this Chandigarh Real Estate .

Jaypee Orchards is a place where you can find wonderful sights of nature from every corner of this project. Jaypee provides a broad assortment of apartments for its customers i.e. 2BHK, 3BHK and 4BHK with excellent amenities. Additionally, it offers ultra-modern penthouse for those who love the luxurious colors of life. These R.C.C. framed apartments are designed to give secure and safe life to its residents. Floor with warm emulsion and laminated wooden floor improve the beauty of venture.

By purchasing a property with someone else 22, what can make everyone to reach freedom in real estate is. Yes, with somebody else money. Here is the story I got from a janitor. chandigarh real estate works as a janitor but he owns 2 houses in San Francisco. You may ask how he can do that. The answer is he bought his house with a interest income on a mortgage. The house divides he rented out for two households that has to pay fee to him each month. With that money he can finance his mortgage with the money of someone else. Smart, isn’t he?

Maybe he wants is a source of sex. Maybe all he wants is someone to do things and at exactly the same time make him feel like he’s needed.

High-Tech Architecture

High-tech architecture, which is also known as the Late Modernism or Structural Expressionism, is one of an architectural style which emerged in the 1970s. The various features of the high tech industries were used as a design to build new buildings.

Lots of steels and concrete was being used in this kind of architecture. This kind of architecture appeared to be a bridge between the modern architecture and the post modern architecture. However it is still not known that from where this kind of architecture started and where the post modern architecture ended.

In the year 1980s the high tech architecture started to look different from the post modern architecture. Many of the themes and ideas which originated during the post modern times were added to the high tech architecture.

As you would have experienced the brutalism, I must say that the structural expressionist buildings also revealed the design both inside and outside the house.

If you will look at some of the style’s premier practitioners then you will find that it would definitely include the British architect Norman Foster, whose work has since earned him knighthood, and Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava who is also known for his organic, skeleton-like designs.

Those buildings which have been designed in this style usually consist of a clear glass facade, with the building’s network of support beams exposed behind it. If you will look for the most renowned, the most famous and easily recognized building built in this style then you will definitely come across the I.M. Pei’s Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong. The World Trade Center in New York City, although generally considered to be an International Style building, was in principle a Structural Expressionist design due to its load-bearing steel exoskeleton.


Characteristics of high-tech architecture have really not remained unique and have varied somewhat, yet all have emphasized technical elements. They included mostly included the prominent display of the building’s technical and functional components, and also an orderly arrangement and use of pre-fabricated elements. Glass walls and steel frames were also hugely popular.

To swank technical features, they were externalized, often along with load-bearing arrangements. If you want to see an example then I must say that you will not find the more illustrious example than Pompidou Centre. The ventilation ducts are all outstandingly shown on the outer surface. This was a fundamental design, as preceding ventilation ducts would have been a constituent hidden on the inside of the building. The means of admittance to the building is also on the outside, with the large tube allowing visitors to enter the construction.

This kind of architecture are really quiet popular now days and you will definitely find out that they are more powerful as well.

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It’s a Small World – Satellite Technology

The most recent advances in satellite and fiber optic technology bring our amazing world to us without having to leave the comforts of home. Digital satellite television providers have mastered the science and have the capabilities to transmit international programming signals to and from all locations on our earth. From its inception, immediately after the Cold War period, television and satellite technology has advanced from black and white imagery to intense high definition crystal-clear pictures with sound clarity that is equally as exceptional and now brings viewers live broadcasts from around the world in real time. This enables peoples to learn about foreign cultures as well as stay in touch with native lands and be in the know as far as relevant news events develop. From India to the United States, Greece, China, Iran, and Russia – satellite technology provides the best in television and audio programming. News, sports, and family programming are available, including arts and languages, cuisine, fashion, music, drama series, current events, and children’s shows, at the touch of a fingertip. Experience life in other cultures and feel the excitement of knowing how others live in our world. International programming packages are provided in many different languages providing diversity at its best.

India offers programming in Urdu and Hindi with the best of Bollywood movies, news, family programming, and sports. Iran offers Farsi with excellent news, sports, and family channels. Tapesh offers movies, dramas, and sports 24 hours a day with arts, documentaries and classic films also being provided. China’s programming includes a variety of channels in Mandarin Chinese in addition to a channel called Videoland that features current events and news, entertainment, and children’s shows. One package includes live coverage from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and other Asian cities and includes the latest in news and sports as well as music and children’s shows and movies. Specialty packages of international sports, including World Cup Cricket from India, Pakistan, and Africa, are available for enthusiasts to experience the wide world of sports entertainment. Broaden your horizons the easy and cheap way – digital satellite international programming. It is easy with specially designed packages of programming delivering the best each country, culture and language has to offer. Get live broadcasts as well as radio channels for round the clock entertainment.

There is actually life outside the confines of your home, and satellite and fiber optic technology bring it to you in style. You are in for a real treat with offers of diverse and sophisticated channels. As the technology advances, the spectrum of channels continue to expand – taking viewers to more exciting and exotic locations around the world. Choose your location and get ready for a trip around the world – sit back and enjoy!

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