Steve Jobs was the guiding force behind the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad. The scope of connectivity is vast. Do you think Jobs imagined that these devices would be used on flights across the USA while traveling at speeds over 500 miles per hour? Originally, they didn’t. Years ago, if airline Wi-Fi were available, it was so expensive that few customers were willing to pay for it. Gogo is a Wi-Fi carrier currently used by most USA airlines and offers rates that allow the average person Wi-Fi capability while flying through the air with the greatest of ease.
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While some aspects of our world seem the same, our children are already experiencing life with new electronic opportunities in a vastly different technological world than their parents. 2013 offers some new technologies that carve our future as the world turns and changes. Many of us experience the power of WiFi — it’s as common as AM/FM was to radios in the 1960’s. WiFi allows us to hear audio and see videos wirelessly streamed to televisions, tablets, and smartphones. Actiontec is taking us forward with ScreenBeam, a way to make streaming simpler and more universal. Miracast doesn’t necessarily need to be traditionally connected to a WiFi router. Instead it uses a connection with your Windows 7 or Windows 8 PC.
For centuries, military and mobile life required food and ways of communication. Back then, biscotti was food. Today, Biscotti is a communication system. Can we then say that biscotti are the epitome of mobile perfection?
Got Internet access, there’s a new type of biscotti from Biscotti that lets you use your TV as a phone calling system. You can video-call anyone with a smartphone, tablet, or other Biscotti system. It’s easy to use and a tasty treat to enjoy all year. This Biscotti may help carve the way people communicate today and tomorrow. Another form of biscotti have been used for over 2,000 years. Biscotti is plural (biscotto is singular but nobody had just one) and something to savor, use, and enjoy.
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