The backbone of a good system
TAGS: Home Networking | Internet Service Providers | music streaming | Streaming Content | Utility | video streaming | Wi-Fi
You get home from work, and get settled in. You take a moment to check your smart phone to see what your friends have been up to lately on Facebook or Instagram. You sit down at the TV, turn it on, and start watching the next episode of your show, on demand. You get a text message from your boss, asking for an email you swore you had sent before you left for the day. One of the kids is complaining because Netflix isn’t working on their tablet. You get out your company laptop to check for the email, while your kids loudly explain how they don’t have anything to do without being able to get to Youtube or Netflix. You see the email on your laptop, but it wasn’t sent. You try in vain to send it, but your laptop refuses to connect to the internet. Your network is down. Again.
Expand Your Options, Simplify Your Controls
TAGS: smart home automation | smart home theater | video streaming
If you look at how video technology has evolved over the past century, or even the past five years, you’ll see a dramatic difference. TVs have gone from large boxes to flat panels, and picture has gone from fuzzy black and white to crisp and colorful images. Along with those changes in devices is the way we view and access content. Now there are so many different video platforms available – so much so it can get confusing. In this blog we are going to cover what video streaming is and what the best ways are to access online content in your home theater in Bedford, New Hampshire.