Jumbotron is here
A large-screen television designed to accommodate a very large venue, such as a sports stadium. Or jumbotron indicates a big box for calling extra attention to some special content or information. A jumbotron is displayed as a grey box with rounded corners. It also enlarges the font sizes of the text inside it. Inside a jumbotron you can put nearly any valid HTML, including other Bootstrap elements/classes.
Do they work?
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Chromecast is a thumb-sized media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Simply use a smartphone, tablet, or laptop to cast your favorite entertainment and apps right to the big screen.
Use the Chromecast app to:
• Set up your Chromecast and connect it to your Wi-Fi network
• Set up backdrop and personalize your TV screen with art, personal photos, news and more.
• Manage your Chromecast settings (such as changing your device name, Wi-Fi password, etc.)
My bet is that Google’s stock goes up on this one. For More Information and to purchase, go to the Google Store.
For $35.00 you can plug and play this device and start streaming right away! I am Loving it…
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The day is finally here!! I have been waiting patiently for Microsoft to release its New Windows 10 operating system. With the purchase of a new computer a month ago, only came frustration as it was running on … what? WINDOWS 8.1. I experienced dread and horror as flying icons popped out on my computer screen when I touched the letter “C”. Arrowing down was like riding on a roller coaster and Right Click was a thing of the past.
In reviewing the installation options and searching for what to expect with Windows 10, I found a very nice and articulate article that sums up the release and what was to come with Windows 10, written by Tom Warren of the Verge:
Windows 10 review
The future is bright
By Tom Warren on July 28, 2015 12:00 pm @tomwarren
Looking back at Windows 8, it’s easy to see where Microsoft went wrong. It was a giant bet on touch-based computing, but it made using a PC with a keyboard and mouse awkward, frustrating, and outright confusing…
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The Future is Bright by Tom Warren
In the news posted by Quartz – 6 hours ago
Yahoo wants to be a search giant once more
“Under the new terms, Bing is serving the majority (51%) of Yahoo’s search results, but Yahoo is free to generate the remaining results using its own technology or with another partner—both options the company is currently exploring. (Yahoo is running a limited test serving Google search results…”
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