(BPT) - Tailgating warriors range from the most serious of fans to the folks that don’t quite manage to get in the gates for that championship game. These fans can now watch the big game from that very tailgate.Gridiron battles and ballpark miracles generate cherished memories. From the days of listening to the score updates of conference rivals via AM radio, to trying desperately to get that connection on a smartphone to follow live streaming, the interest in the games you’re not at has always been there.Holding the key to that game may make you the most popular member of your tailgating party. Here are five tailgating scenarios and tips to keep you connected, safe and ready to enjoy your tailgating experience!1. Collapsible kitchen kits, retractable cutting boards and disinfecting wipes provide a simple prepping and serving system for tailgating on the go. After the big game when it’s time to retrieve your gear, you’ve got a clean and secure tote ready for … [Read more...] about Big game tailgating tips for mobile viewers
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Scott Moritz, Bloomberg Published 9:00 am PDT, Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Photo: Richard Drew, STF Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 FILE - This Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015, file photo shows a T-Mobile store in New York. FILE - This Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015, file photo shows a T-Mobile store in New York. Photo: Richard Drew, STF T-Mobile tackles customer-service woes by adding a human touch 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In a rare setback for automation and chatbots, T-Mobile US aims to revamp its customer care by assigning actual service reps to answer questions and solve problems. The third-largest U.S. wireless carrier unveiled what it claims is a patented customer-service program on Wednesday called Team of Experts. Subscribers who call or message for assistance will be assigned a group of employees to fix the … [Read more...] about T-Mobile tackles customer-service woes by adding a human touch
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Qualcomm is teaming up with Facebook to test “fiber in the sky” Wi-Fi technology that aims to bring high-speed Internet to big cities.The two tech companies announced the joint effort Monday. Called Terragraph, Facebook’s mesh network technology already has two announced field trials in Europe. Tests are expected to begin in partnership with Qualcomm in the U.S. next year.The cities where the testing will occur have not been disclosed, and there could be significant technical and practical hurdles to successfully getting the Terragraph system to work.Those roadblocks include the use of an airwave frequency with very short range, which means hordes of small cell boxes would need to be mounted on city light poles, stoplights and other infrastructure to power the system.But if Qualcomm and Facebook can pull it off, the technology could deliver significantly higher bandwidth via Wi-Fi – perhaps as fast as 10 gigabits per second at peak speeds.And that fiber-like … [Read more...] about Qualcomm teams with Facebook to bring uber-fast Wi-Fi to cities
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByDavid M. Halbfinger May 22, 2018 TEL AVIV — No one in Israel’s television industry was much interested when Avi Issacharoff and Lior Raz first pitched “Fauda,” about a team of undercover operatives hunting Palestinian terrorists across the West Bank. And no wonder. Audiences here liked to escape — into talent shows like “The Voice” or “Master Chef,” where the competition is individual, not national; or reality shows like “Big Brother,” where the conflict is personal, not political; or fiction like “Loaded,” a dramedy about a high-tech start-up whose owners become overnight millionaires, playing to Israel’s self-image as the next Silicon Valley. “People don’t want to hear about Palestinians,” said Mr. … [Read more...] about ‘Fauda,’ an Israeli TV Hit, Lets Viewers Escape — Into the Conflict