bytonymauro09-24-201007:57 AM - edited 10-28-201002:58 PM
Shopping for that new big screen television and overwhelmed by the selection and features available?
It used to be that walking in to buy a TV was all about picture quality, refresh rate, size, and (hopefully) energy efficiency, but that’s slowly changing. Taking a page from Apple’s playbook, most TV manufacturers are now bulking up their product offerings with things like YouTube playback, app stores, video conferencing, WiFi, and 3D.
bytonymauro08-20-201009:26 AM - edited 09-22-201006:44 PM
You’ve decided to make a big purchase - a big screen TV, a new kitchen appliance, or some other large electrically powered device. Now comes the joy of price comparison.
Wait! Did you know that you continue to pay for the product after you’ve brought it home? And I'm not talking about credit card payments. Electronic powered devices obviously need electricity, and you have to pay for for what we like to call “The Second Price Tag”.
Not sure if you're like me, but I have music playing from first thing in the morning, until 45 minutes after my head hits the pillow. I can't explain exactly how that came about... I would love to hear your thoughts on music, quality playback...
byLaura04-16-201011:07 AM - edited 09-22-201007:01 PM
Today I get the pleasure of welcoming a new team of bloggers to the Future Shop Community, a group made up of brand representatives from some of your favourite consumer electronics companies who will be sharing the latest and greatest from their worlds. It's a sort of "straight from the horses' mouths" approach to blogging, which should make for some interesting articles!