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November 2006 (Medialink) -- Americans love their electronics. This holiday season, the big sellers are expected to be high-definition televisions and MP3 players. In fact, prices for flat screen televisions are expected to fall 30 percent next year according to Sony, so more Americans will likely be looking for a sleek new model. So the more gadgets you have, the more you have to consider how to protect them from theft and fire. Your basic homeowner's insurance policy should protect you, but sometimes it's not enough. You might be interested in purchasing a rider to add to your homeowner's or renter's policy for extra coverage. Keep in mind you should speak to your insurance agent anytime you buy new equipment. Produced for Allstate Insurance Company
6 Jan 2007
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Everyone loves Tech Toys. And the International Consumer Electronic Show (CES), underway in Las Vegas right now, is a showcase of everything that’s hot in the electronics world. This year’s show features products using robotics and biometrics as well as all the hottest cell phones and TVs. CES is the world’s largest consumer electronics show, featuring nearly 2,700 exhibitors in its 40th Anniversary. “Technology plays an important role in our everyday busy, busy lives because it just makes it easier to handle,” says Tech Expert Jessica Corbin. “It’s a great form of communication, organization and play.” Our cut news piece offers information on all the hottest tech toys that are creating a buzz right now at CES. This story is available on PATHFIRE DMG. Click on binoculars, select advanced search tab, highlight DWJ Archives and use keywords CES TECH. For more information, contact Maureen at 1-800-766-1711 ext. 239 or mparentadwjtv****.
18 Jan 2007
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The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been breaking barriers in automotive innovation for 40 years. From satellite radio and vehicle navigation to compressed audio and wireless connectivity, new mobile products are speeding into the mainstream - and now viewers have a chance to soak it all up right from the show floor in Las Vegas From navigation and entertainment systems to new technology that helps you keep that car trip safe, we offer some highlights from the show in our cut news piece, featuring “Car Coach” Lauren Fix, from This news piece is available on Pathfire DMG. Click on binoculars, select advanced search tab, highlight DWJ Archives and use keywords CES AUTO. For more information, please contact Maureen at 201-445-1711 ext. 239 or mparentadwjtv****.
18 Jan 2007
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20 Jan 2007
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5 Mar 2007
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A few years ago, CW, a pack a day smoker for 4 years, was getting tired of the anti-benefits of smoking. He didn’t want to quit smoking, he just didn’t want the hassles that go along with smoking. Then CW heard about this device called an electronic cigarette, so he decided to check it out. The concept was amazing and there was all this great technology that made it even better, but there weren’t really any companies taking advantage of combining them. He saw a niche and decided he would take these innovative ideas to the next step. After just a few short days of getting this new company going, CW’s father, Ken Watts, longtime entrepreneur and inventor, also joined in for the ride. Another crucial piece to this plan was CW’s brother, Tom Taylor. Together, they were able to bring a certain balance to the team and had one thing in mind: If we are going to do this, it must be done right. They all agreed that they would provide only the best of the best when it came to materials, customer service, and competitive prices. That wasn’t all, though. World enowned Harvard graduate and heart surgeon, Virshal Gupta, would also bring his expertise to the table. Smokebot hit the market with something different from the competition and changed the face of the mini e-cig market as we know it. After the FDA released the news that they would no longer block the sale of e-cigs, there was an boom in the e-cigarette market. Unfortunately, this was not necessarily a good thing. Hundreds of imitations and knock-off brands plagued the market with the poorly made electronic cigarettes that were produced in other countries. This wouldn’t be so much of a problem if these cheap imitations actually worked. What is even worse, the e-liquid sold with these imitations is also made in foreign countries where the quality isn’t as important as here in the United States. What most people don’t know is that these knock-offs are actually a lot more expensive and way more hassle. Because there are so many issues, you’re spending all of your money just trying to get it to work properly. And forget about customer service! You’ll spend most of your time jumping through hoops just to be told they can’t help you. It is important to find a company you can trust, which is why Smokebot is so involved in making sure that they are only providing the highest quality products in the market, and strive to have the greatest customer service of any company - in any industry. Now the owners of Smokebot practically breathe this stuff to bring stability back into the ecig market and make sure that people are getting the right education on this amazing invention.
Dispose of electronics responsibly, and you'll help keep lead, mercury, and other harmful toxins out of landfills.
26 Apr 2007
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Researchers at The University of Warwick and Leicester University have used an artificial snot to significantly enhance the performance of electronic noses.
5 Jun 2007
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I use some of my techniques to completely disassemble electronics without damaging the tamper seal or the parts... In this video, I used a brand new HP IPAQ 2410 with #5 Torx driver (8 screws), small phillips screwdriver (2 screws), and flat blade exacto knife dipped in alcohol for the "tamper proof" seal. (you can apply these techniques to other electronic products that you wish to modify or repair) DISCLAIMER: NO PARTS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS VIDEO - THEY WERE REASSEMBLED AND WORKED JUST FINE. Oh, my son (10 at the time) video'd me - thank you Austin!!!
6 Aug 2007
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CNC Router Video Tutorial Series. Electronics assembly of the stepper motor driver
7 Aug 2007
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A simple electronic igniter using christmas lights and a 9 volt battery. It can be used to light fuses on fireworks or rockets. I have permission to use the music in the video, it is not copywritten
9 Aug 2007
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Repair electronic devices(%40+) at three steps.
29 Aug 2007
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4 Sep 2007
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