Football season is here again, and stadiums are filled with fans. If you’re tailgating, you might bring a TV with you to watch the pre-game show or an early game. But when you set up the TV you realized that that shiny screen surface was reflecting everything around you, making it difficult to follow the action. The problem is the same if you prefer to stay at home and watch the TV outside you are probably seeing everything from your grass to your fence and pool on the screen during the day.Continue reading NuShield and Football Make a Great Team
Almost all cars sold today come with an entertainment or GPS system. The screen size of these devices can be as large as a laptop such as the one on the Tesla Model 3. While it is great to view a screen without squinting at the screen while driving, these displays can also become a hazard during a crash. Depending on the impact of the collision the shards of the display can fly everywhere and can injure you or your passengers. The larger the display, the greater the risk.Continue reading Your GPS display Can Be a Hazard in an Accident
A summer day is a wonderful time to sit outside to have drinks with friends or enjoy a meal. Restaurants, large and small, have added outdoor dining areas on the sidewalk with umbrellas. You will also notice that many restaurants also adopted electronic handheld ordering systems for the waiter to take your order and also accept payment if paying by credit card. A wireless POS system, such as Micros, TouchBistro, Boxy POS, BIM POS, ShopKeep, Toast or eZeeBurrp, make it easier for servers to take orders and them directly to the kitchen, speeding up service and the delivery of your food. All a restaurant needs is a WiFi network throughout its building, and communication between the kitchen and the front of the house is easy.Continue reading Dining Outdoors Can Be a Hassle for Your Waiter
After a negotiation delay by the players and owners, the 2022 baseball season is under way. The stadiums are packed again with fans again and everything seems normal.Continue reading Baseball Season Is Back!!
If you are a college basketball fan this is your Super Bowl. The pinnacle of college basketball with 68 teams competing for the title of National Champions. Added to this excitement is the side story of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski going for his 6th championship win before he hangs up his clipboard and retires.Continue reading College Basketball Madness Protected by NuShield
According to leading ophthalmologists and a recent report from GigaOm’s technology research platform, long-term exposure to blue light after dark can lead to chronic insomnia, and even breast cancer. This blue light however is only given off by devices using Light Emitting Diode (LED). These would include computer monitors, tablets, flat-screen TVs (such as those manufactured by Samsung, Sony, and LG), and OLED TVs with curved screens, including Panasonic, Samsung, and LG.Continue reading Is Blue Light Eye Strain a Myth or Fact?
February 6, 2022 will begin the new racing season for NASCAR Cup Series with a special short-track race taking place at the Los Angeles Coliseum in California. The new season will also feature the new Gen 7 car which will feature improved aero and down-force packages while introducing new technologies on the track. This move by officials also helps to lower costs for teams and offers opportunities for other manufacturers to enter into the race.Continue reading NASCAR Races Into The Future
It is a new year and manufacturers are introducing new televisions on the market after they sold out their old ones during the holidays. And you might think it is a good idea to update your old set and to purchase a Smart TV that comes pre-packed with streaming services and maybe a larger size with that perfect picture that feels like you are in the middle of the action. But before you step into the store you might want to better understand the differences in technology of the TVs on the market.Continue reading Choosing a New Television is More Than a Pretty Picture
Twas the month before Christmas that the church decided to purchase a new sound and video system so that those in the back rows can clearly see and hear the pastor speak up front. However, once the equipment was installed, they found that there was a great deal of glare on the TV screen coming from the lights surrounding the TV. Most pews from the middle rows to the back mostly saw reflections from the lights above, and sunlight coming in through the windows.Continue reading How NuShield Saved Christmas Church Service