I want to drop Cablevision, along with my landline and get Verizon FiOS just for tv, and use T-Mobile for internet service for my cell and tablet. I really annoys me that Altice, a foreign company, took over Cablevision, lied about not laying off workers in their contract with Cablevision, and now are gouging...
I am very confused, can someone please clarify. i have a friend who said she has an amazon firestick where she can watch ANY movie even the new ones and that she does not have the need to go to the cinema since she can watch them for free with that firestick.
Whereareas I was reading other questions about...
if i buy a 'hdmi switch' will the thing operate correctly for me?
So my genius friend went to charge her iphone. Turns out her iphone charger and vibrator charger have the same male insert (no pun intended) and her phone turned off. We assume it shorted out her phone and were curious if her phone would work again or if its bricked. Any help would do
So I’m trying to use my earbuds and the sound is only coming out of one side. This happens on every set of earbuds I have tried. it affects anything that plugs into the jack. I know it’s not a problem with the settings because Bluetooth audio works fine. How do I fix this?
The problem is on an iphone 6s and an iPad Pro
The X is the latest from Apple. It is not considered obsolete. They still sell 8s and 8+s from Verizon.
Also obsolete by who's standards? If you are running an older phone, then your phone is obsolete compared to the X (if you are talking Apple phones). The X will be updateable for a while. iOS updates...
Video games? Obviously? You idiot
I have a very old house, with shiplap boards as the wall. The baby sleeps in the room that is attached to both the kitchen and the living room. All of the ones I have tried are super quiet. I need something that can be loud enough to drown out the sounds of cooking, vacuuming, talking, ect. Please...
I have a Sony television that I plan to move from the U.S. to Europe, where the voltage in the country i'm going is 220v. The label behind tv states: 110v~240v 50/60HZ. Does this mean I only need plug adapter and not converter?