What Makes Smartphones Slow?

16 September 2017
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Do you have a brand new smartphone, such as a newly-released iPhone model, or even last year's model fresh from a new box? Even among other major smartphone brands, these devices aren't cheap and should be performing fast enough to bring up apps in seconds, websites at the speed of available internet, and shouldn't crash unless the app is written poorly. To understand why a smartphone isn't running as fast as you'd like, here are a few ways to isolate the cause of the problem to the phone, then fix the phone's issue--unless a repair or replacement is needed. Read More 

Digital Sports Displays: A Great Option

26 July 2017
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Whether you're a school with a sports team, a community organization, or anything in between, your sports team deserves the very best. The "very best" includes digital signage that can broadcast everything from the team's name to the current score. Digital signage may not be the cheapest option for keeping score, but it is one of the best, and it's one that your players and everyone else is sure to love. Read More 

3 Reasons To Add A Thermal UAV System To Your Drones

18 June 2017
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If your company utilizes thermal imaging to survey various locations, making the decision to add a thermal imaging UAV system to your drones could prove beneficial. More and more people are relying on drones to gain accurate images of remote locations, and giving your drones thermal capabilities can increase their usefulness. Here are three reasons why you should make it a priority to invest in the addition of a thermal UAV system for sale to each of your drones in the future. Read More 

Getting Your Stuff To Last! 3 Tips To Prevent Power Cords From Fraying

13 April 2017
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In today's digital age, power cords are instrumental in connecting our devices to an energy source. Although they look rather sturdy, power cords are actually rather fragile and are only made up of 3 layers. The innermost layer is made up of copper wires, the middle layer is made up of insulation to protect the wiring and prevent it from short circuiting, and the outermost layer is made from rubber or plastic to shield the insulation and wiring. Read More 

3 Reasons To Choose LED Lights For Your Refrigerated Cases

7 April 2017
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If you offer perishable items for sale to the public, you likely house your inventory in refrigerated display cases in order to ensure each individual item stays as fresh as possible. Displaying perishable goods in a refrigerated display case can be challenging, but incorporating the right lighting into your display's design can be a beneficial way to make perishable goods more visible to consumers. Here are three reasons why you should make the choice to incorporate LED lights into your refrigerated display cases in the future. Read More