Nomorobo.com: Rid Yourself of Robocalls
Nomorobo is a simple and free solution to end robocalls and telemarketers for good.
Nomorobo requires a one-time setup on your current phone line to activate the service. The service, which can be turned off at any time, will stop annoying telelmarketing phone calls at no charge to consumers. Legal calls, like appointment reminders, will still be allowed through. The service is currently available in the US only, and on certain providers.
To learn more about Nomorobo and to start blocking robocalls today, begin your free signup process here.
Amazon Prime Now: Available Exclusively for Members
Are you an Amazon Prime member yet? If so, you can now exclusively be a part of Amazon Prime Now.
Amazon Prime Now is available in select areas of Manhattan and expanding to other cities soon (you can even enter your zip code to see how soon!). Existing members of Amazon Prime can shop online or through the app for thousands of daily essentials, watch unlimited tv and movies, listen to unlimited streaming music, and store all their photos. The new Amazon Prime Now app, available exclusively to Amazon Prime members, allows you to receive your order with one-hour delivery service costing only $7.99, or a free two-hour delivery service. You can also use the app to track your courier and see where your package is.
To sign up for a 30 day trial, and learn more about the convenient Amazon Prime Now service visit here.
The International CES: Vegas 2015
The International Consumer Electronics Show, held in Las Vegas, has much more excitement in store this year than over the past few years.
The event attracts more than 150k visitors to an exhibition space larger than the equivalent of 35 football fields. A top trend in electronics right now is The Internet of Things, a term referring to the concept of a world full of connected devices controlled through a consumer-friendly hub. Many new exhibitors are chasing this trend with their devices this year, in order to appeal to consumers.
New devices include a Wi-Fi connected ceiling fan, a Girl Scouts of America digital app, smart sports clothing, and smart home gadgets, among others. Major companies that are not usually a part of CES are even getting involved this year as the digital lifestyle is less just a concept and more of a practical execution. For example, Apple will not have a physical presence but other companies are expected to show off products that connect and work with Apple’s HomeKit development platform.
Cars will also have a larger presence, and televisions are expected to make their usual huge displays. To learn more about themes of the show, and predictions of what devices will appeal to consumers, visit here.