Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Monday, November 21, 2011
There are four parts to this program: outdoor education instructional program, electronic portfolio, electronic quiz and questions, and task cards.
The instructional program provides a comprehensive (addresses all six national standards) perspective to the teaching and learning of outdoor education and orienteering. Teachers and students can access and interact with the information to increase understanding of outdoor education/orienteering on their desktop or notebooks computers. Labs are provided for authentic learning experiences.
Download a demo copy from: http://www.pesoftware.com/demos.html
Sunday, November 20, 2011
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Friday, September 30, 2011
Take a look: http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/25/autom-lady-bot-will-help-you-lose-weight-love-you-regardless/
Thursday, September 29, 2011
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Friday, August 26, 2011
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Thursday, August 25, 2011
Developed at the Vanderbilt University the leg uses both a powered knee and powered ankle, operating in unison to lift the foot and swing it forward naturally, eliminating the dragging-gait seen with traditional prosthetics. It also uses an advanced sensor suite to monitor the leg's motion, momentum and position, feeding that data into processors that predict the user's intention and react accordingly. The leg's anti-stumble routine, for example, monitors the leg's position and momentum. If it senses the user stumbling, the leg automatically lifts the foot clear of the obstacle before replanting in on the ground.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
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Friday, August 5, 2011
Take a look: http://www.engadget.com/2011/07/27/motorola-considering-nike-sportwatch-contender/
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Take a look: http://www.engadget.com/2011/07/25/macbook-air-review-mid-2011/
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Why It Matters
Garmin's newest Forerunner is a great hybrid. It's a fitness tracker that clocks your speed and distance using GPS, as well as your heart rate, calories burned, elevation, and basically every major data point you need as a runner. But it's also svelte and stylish and could pass as a normal wristwatch.
The watch is largely idiot resistant, if not proof. It has three buttons on the edges, as well as a touchscreen. One button activates the start/stop, another checks off laps, the third turns it off. You can use the touchscreen to cycle through screens as you run, swapping from time, to speed, for example. You can turn the GPS off indoors to save the rechargeable battery (or it can do that automatically if it doesn't get a signal). When you get back inside from a run or a ride, it will automatically upload data to Garmin's Website, so you can crunch the numbers from your run.
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Sunday, July 31, 2011
The forgotten fad of virtual reality gaming may be set for a surprise revival, with Sony confirming to Develop that it is experimenting on the technology within its studios.
Mick Hocking, senior director at Sony Worldwide Studios, said that a prototype device used to test virtual reality also displays high-end 3D.
“We've got a new head mounted display [in development] that we showed at Consumer Electronics Show,” Hocking said in a newly published interview with Develop.
He said the prototype device (pictured below) has twin-OLED screens – one for each eye – to eliminate information crossover issues.
Check it out: http://www.develop-online.net/news/38244/Sony-Were-testing-3D-virtual-reality-games
Monday, July 25, 2011
PadCamp will follow the same unconference model used at the increasingly popular EdCamp events that have been held across the country over the last couple of years. The idea of an unconference is that there are not any keynote speakers or predetermined workshops. Everyone comes to the event, if you want to share something put your idea on the proposed sessions board, and people vote with their feet by going to the sessions that they have an interest in. It might seem a little messy at first, but trust me it works.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
The Move is an iPhone case that you wear under your clothing. The iPhone snaps into the case from the outside, creating a sandwich that includes your phone, your clothing and the case. The fabric tension from your clothing helps anchor the iPhone securely in the case. The fit is so snug you can run, walk or bike with your iPhone attached anywhere on your clothing.
Monday, July 18, 2011
The game -- which recently concluded its pilot program in fourteen schools -- is described as an exploration-based adventure with avatar customization that teaches children proper nutritional habits. It is part of the NutriGram program, an interactive educational initiative funded by the Texas Department of Agriculture.
The Quest to Lava Mountain was developed by Dallas-based Controlled Chaos Media, a studio founded by former students of The Guildhall at Southern Methodist University. Controlled Chaos previously shipped Pocket Fish and Lumos for iOS platforms.
"It’s great to have a medium that meets kids where they are and provides the motivation to learn how to make better choices in their lives," said Controlled Chaos founder Hunter Woodley. "We’re excited to have created a game that has been so well-received."
The game will roll out across public elementary schools in Texas starting in August. More information on the NutriGram project -- which plans for a nationwide expansion next year -- is available on its official site. The official gameplay trailer for The Quest to Lava Mountain is available on YouTube.
Original Posting: http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/35675/Texas_Funds_Elementary_Student_Nutrition_Education_Game.php
Friday, July 15, 2011
Brian Ashcraft — Next year, Nintendo is releasing a new home console, the Wii U. Taiwanese component makers tell tech site DigiTimes that Sony is readying a new home console for 2012. But that's not the interesting part.
These component manufacturer sources tell DigiTimes that the PlayStation 4 will feature body-movement controls like Microsoft's Kinect. That's the interesting, if not unexpected, part.
The PS3 currently has PlayStation Move motion controls, which are similar to the Wii's motion controls.
The report states Foxconn and Pegatron Technology will assemble the PS4 for Sony. Foxconn and Pegatron Technology both assemble the PS3, which was originally manufactured in Japan.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
comScore's MobiLens report found Google Android to be the top smartphone platform with 38.1 percent market share in the U.S. during the period from March to May. The platform's 5.1 percent gain outpaced Apple's 1.4 percent increase to 26.6 percent.
The gains posted by Android and iOS were taken from BlackBerry maker RIM and Microsoft, which lost 4.2 percent and 1.9 percent market share, respectively. RIM's share of subscribers stands at 24.7 percent after the drop, while Microsoft held onto a 5.8 percent share. Palm fell slightly from 2.8 percent in February to 2.4 percent in May.
Read more: http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/11/07/05/google_android_continues_growth_streak_over_apples_iphone.html
Monday, July 11, 2011
Thursday, June 30, 2011
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Monday, June 27, 2011
Apple's iOS devices may lack native memory expansion, but PhotoFast has now come up with solution that just about bests the official camera connection kit. What you're looking at here is the i-FlashDrive, a memory dongle that sports both a USB plug and an Apple 30-pin dock connector, and it comes in three flavors starting from 8GB at $95 up to 32GB at $180. What's more, the drive also works with a free Cupertino-approved app that provides both external and internal file management (for music, photos, movies, and more), contact backup, and native MP3 playback. Want one? Then head over to Taiwan for a mid or late June launch, or watch out for its US debut shortly afterwards. Demo video after the break.
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Friday, June 24, 2011
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
If you've already got one of the MiCoach heart-rate monitors, you'll be able to use it for real-time feedback when playing the training games, plus sync your stats with the cellphone apps.
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Tuesday, June 21, 2011
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Friday, June 17, 2011
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Thursday, June 16, 2011
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Wednesday, June 15, 2011
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Friday, June 3, 2011
Friday, May 20, 2011
As was announced yesterday during the opening keynote, the Android Open Accessory API is currently only capable of handling communications over USB, but that didn't stop a clever game from keeping a booth representative mighty busy. The gist is pretty simple -- pedal harder to move the Android up, and relax your stride to see him float down. The goal is to avoid the surrounding walls, while also keeping your mind from focusing on the fact that you're actually burning calories. Mum's the word on whether or not this particular app will ever make it into the Android Market, but there's a video of the chaos waiting just after the break, regardless.
Take a Look: http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/11/lifefitness-exercise-bike-interfaces-with-nexus-s-makes-fitness/
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
What implications are there for physical education?
Monday, May 16, 2011
Saturday, May 14, 2011
But, look at this list as well: http://lifehacker.com/5801862/top-10-awesome-android-features-that-the-iphone-doesnt-have
Friday, April 29, 2011
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Take a look: http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/27/google-docs-gets-an-android-app-lets-you-capture-text-with-your/
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Take a look: http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/20/minuscule-picohd5-1-media-player-looks-like-a-card-reader-acts/
Sunday, April 10, 2011
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Friday, April 8, 2011
Cellphones, Mobile Peripherals Spiral training Android application turns anyone into Peyton Manning... in theory (video)
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Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Researchers are using nanotechnology to develop minuscule generators that can capture the energy from slight human movements such as the beating of a heart or the flick of a finger to power consumer-electronics devices such as iPods. "This development represents a milestone toward producing portable electronics that can be powered by body movements without the use of batteries or electrical outlets," said Zhong Lin Wang of the Georgia Institute of Technology. "Our nanogenerators are poised to change lives in the future."
Monday, April 4, 2011
Friday, April 1, 2011
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Last day to visit us at AAHPERD - Booth 1100.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Friday, March 11, 2011
Tiny implanted sensors can indicate the severity of a heart attack in a mouse, even days after the damage happened. Similar sensors could one day be used to monitor people at high risk of having a heart attack, researchers say.
About 30 per cent of people who experience heart attacks do so without the characteristic chest pains. But biomarkers of the event – unique proteins released by heart cells as they die – remain in their blood.
Some biomarkers hang around for a day, others for a week. So a blood sample drawn days after a suspected heart attack contains only a partial collection of these proteins, complicating diagnosis.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
The Playstation Move is Sony's way of creating a more interactive gaming experience, using a special "Eye" and special controllers that will allow the gamers to feel like they are truly a part of the gaming experience in a way that they have not been able to before! Sony has plans for a number of different games planned to be released at the same time and shortly after the release of the Playstation Move. Some of the games will require the use of a Playstation Move, while others will carry features for the Playstation Move.
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
We've previously posted on how to tell if an Android app is malware, and most of the tips hold out, set against DroidDream as a case study. After, diggiting future, it has been discovered that some developers' apps were found to go far beyond the permissions granted by users. Once the app was able to "root" the users' phone, it could grab unique identifiers, phone numbers, and other data and send it to an unknown server.
Monday, March 7, 2011
The next big thing in computer games for kids: moving beyond the computer.
Both major media companies and start-ups are experimenting with new tools that combine technology and reality in a bid to get children to engage with real-world objects. And researchers are already investigating whether the new tools help kids learn better than regular computer games do.
Other games that bridge the gap between real and virtual ask kids to document their activities by taking photos, making videos or recording their location using a GPS device, typically with the help of their parents.
Techniques that tie technology to the real world have been generating buzz for several years, particularly as mobile devices have become more powerful. Advertisers were among the first companies to use such tools. Distributors of the recent film "Inception" teamed up with a mobile game called SCVNGR to promote the movie, creating real-world challenges that players could complete to earn prizes.
Major toy and game makers have shown interest as well. Mattel Inc. has been working with Qualcomm Inc. to develop games that use augmented reality, and Nintendo Co.'s new 3DS portable game machine includes augmented-reality features.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
A HANDHELD breath sensor can warn someone with asthma that an attack is imminent, buying them time to take preventive medication, perhaps as much as 24 hours.
The breath sensor, developed by Siemens, measures telltale rise in levels of nitrogen monoxide. NO is produced naturally in the body, and can signal the beginnings of inflammation in the bronchial tubes. If unchecked, the inflammation will constrict the airways and trigger an asthma attack.
"Nitrogen monoxide (in the breath) indicates that the bronchial system is inflamed," says Siemens's Maximilian Fleischer, who helped develop the sensor. "This means there is danger of an upcoming asthma attack."
The sensor can detect levels of NO in the breath as low as 1 part per billion, but the higher the level the more severe the impending attack may be.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Fans love American football for its bone-crunching hits. But after a 2010-2011 season filled with violent collisions that saw several players sustain severe concussions - including stars from both teams playing in this weekend's Super Bowl - the risk of brain injury for anyone who plays the game is front and centre.
National Football League (NFL) football commissioner Roger Goodell has issued repeated statements assuring players and fans alike that the organisation is committed to protecting all players, not just professionals. Meanwhile, the players themselves are split between respecting and openly mocking rules changes designed to prevent head injuries.
The real solution is likely to come in the form of a new crop of "smart" helmets. While not expected to take the field until next season at the earliest, these new rigs come lined with sensors that can detect dangerous impacts, send warnings to sideline coaches, or even upload data to medical centres for real-time analysis.
Monday, February 7, 2011
You can review it at: http://www.pesoftware.com/demos.html
Or purchase at http://shop.pesoftware.com
It is listed under instructional software.
This program includes task cards in English and Spanish, video clips, instructional (interactive software) for face-to-face physical education as well as online physical education. Additionally, it includes an electronic portfolio and quiz software with over 100 questions.
The software is aligned with our standards-based middle and high school physical education curriculum, as well as all state and national standards!
Check it out -----
Friday, February 4, 2011
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Sanitization at the gym has moved beyond wiping down the bench or bike with a towel and disinfectant. It's gravitating toward self-cleaning equipment that wipes sweat away and keeps people protected from harmful bacteria.
A Pittsburgh-based company is making sure gym-goers have that kind of access to the equipment on which they might sweat the most. SilverSport, a brand derived from Eco Product Group, offers a workout towel, a Pilates roller and a yoga mat with what it calls its Silver Clean Zone. Each product represents one of those zones by using Terra Silver to eliminate more than 650 types of surface-borne, odor-causing bacteria.
Thomas Davis, president of Eco Product Group, told Wired.com that nanosilver particles - up to 20,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair - are to thank for the equipment's odor-killing prowess.
"The material [in the products] is silver," Davis said. "Silver happens to be a natural anti-microbial. It fights bacteria naturally."
When activated by moisture - in this case, sweat - the nanosilver particles bind to the surface to rid the product of bacteria. That's why even though the towel doesn't technically have to be washed, its functionality is enhanced by running it through the washer. "Hypothetically, you don't need to wash the towel" for it to eliminate bacteria, Davis said, before pointing out that people will understandably want to wash it regularly to eliminate surface dirt.
In testing the products, we found the towel (which retails for $35) to be surprisingly thin yet effective. The non-graphic side is as soft as one can hope for in a towel, although the graphic portion - covered in the SilverSport logo - is slightly rough against the skin. Unlike conventional towels, it didn't stink after being thoroughly used during a drenching workout, and it held up quite well after a pair of washings.
Saturday, January 29, 2011
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Friday, January 28, 2011
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Thursday, January 27, 2011
Supply chains sources have indicated to DigiTimes that the iPhone 5 will not employ a so-called "pico projector," which would allow the device to include the ability to project video images onto an external surface.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
The new pricing, leaked to Engadget, shows that Verizon intends to cease its $15-per-month 150MB data plan. Buyers of new 3G smartphones will be required to pay $29.99 per month for unlimited data allowance.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
This new education category will make it easier for schools to have more web apps at their fingertips, including popular existing apps such as Aviary, Grockit and LearnBoost as well as the new apps launching today.
The new Apps Marketplace education category includes more than 20 applications from 19 vendors. These include web-based learning management systems (LMS) such as Haiku, student tools such as Digication for e-Portfolios, and learning platforms such as DreamBox learning games and BrainPOP educational content, all of which integrate with Google Apps through single sign-on and access through the Google universal navigation bar.
Thousands of universities, colleges and K-12 schools around the world with more than 10 million users already deploy Google Apps in their classrooms. The applications we're introducing today are just the beginning of making Apps and the Marketplace more vibrant and helpful for schools, and more web applications—by Blackboard, Knewton and Khan Academy—are already on the way. We look forward to further expanding and strengthening our set of education tools going forward.
[This type of technology has been available in Japan for a decade]
Friday, January 14, 2011
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Wednesday, January 12, 2011
The full iPhone 4 FAQ from Verizon is included below:
New & Existing Customer Eligibility
1. Can I transfer my service from my current wireless service provider to Verizon Wireless?
- Yes, if your number is portable, you can bring your existing number from your current wireless or landline service provider to Verizon Wireless. To check if you're eligible to port, or to check the status of a current port request, click here.
2. Should I cancel my existing service before porting?
- No. Your number must remain active. Canceling your service prior to porting will prevent you from keeping your number. Please note: You may be responsible to your old service provider for any contractual requirements and applicable charges, including an early termination fee, on your old account.
3. How long will it take to port my number?
- Wireless to wireless ports generally should take no more than three hours to one day, but could take longer. Landline to wireless ports generally should take no more than 4 days, but could take longer. Please note: Actual processing time may vary depending on the complexity of the port, existing volumes between carriers and your old service provider.
4. How will I know when the port in to Verizon Wireless is complete?
- Verizon Wireless will send a free text message to your phone notifying you that your new service is fully activated.
5. Do I need to sign up for a 2 year agreement?
- When purchasing iPhone at the 2 year promotional price a new agreement is required. However, you will also have the option to purchase iPhone at full retail price, which will not require you to sign a long-term agreement.
6. Will existing customers be able to redeem their New Every Two credit?
- Yes, existing customers will be able to take advantage of their New Every Two credit if eligible, and use it towards the purchase of iPhone (may not be available at all agent locations).
7. Will Verizon Wireless be offering an early upgrade promotion?
- No, Verizon Wireless is not offering any early upgrade promotion at this time.
1. Are there minimum service and data pricing requirements?
- Yes, iPhone customers will need to choose from any of the current Nationwide plans. Customers will also be required to activate a data package, pricing will be announced at a later date.
1. I currently have an iPhone with AT&T. Can I keep my existing version of iPhone?
- No, in order to take advantage of the nation’s largest and most reliable wireless network, you will need an iPhone 4 that works on the Verizon Wireless network.
2. Can I upgrade to an iPhone even though I am not eligible to upgrade?
- If you are not eligible to upgrade, you cannot upgrade at promotional pricing today, but you can pay full retail price and upgrade your phone if you would like to.
3. How much will iPhone cost?
- $199.99 for the 16GB model, and $299.99 for the 32GB model with a new 2 year agreement.
4. When can I purchase iPhone?
- iPhone 4 will be available for pre-order to Verizon Wireless customers only, on a “first come, first serve” basis via VerizonWireless.com, on or around February 3rd 2011 – details to be confirmed a week prior by Verizon Wireless. New and existing customers can purchase in select channels on February 10th 2011.
5. I am an existing customer and I’d like to go into a store to pre-order iPhone, will I be able to place my order in store?
- No, iPhone will only be available for pre-order online for both consumer and business customers.
6. Can I go to an Apple store to purchase and activate the phone?
- Yes, beginning on February 10th, you can visit an Apple Retail store to purchase and activate. However, prior to visiting, please make sure to check your upgrade eligibility if you are an existing Verizon Wireless customer.
8. Do you anticipate high demand for iPhone 4?
- We do expect that iPhone 4 will be in high demand. In the event that iPhone 4 is not available in stores after February 10th, you can place your order in store and have the phone shipped directly to your billing address. Shipments will take place on a “first come, first serve” basis. No billing will take place until shipments are made.
1. If I’m an existing Verizon Wireless customer, how do I transfer my contacts?
- In order to transfer contacts, download and run Backup Assistant on your existing phone before receiving your new iPhone. Click here for more details, and for step-by-step instructions on how to transfer your contacts from your existing phone to iPhone. If you already keep your contacts on your Mac or PC, you can use iTunes to sync them to your new iPhone 4. iTunes syncs contacts with applications such as Mac OS X Address Book, Yahoo! Address Book, and Google Contacts on a Mac, or with Yahoo! Address Book, Google Contacts, Windows Address Book (Outlook Express), Windows Contacts (Vista and Windows 7), or Microsoft Outlook 2003, 2007, or 2010 on a PC.iPhone 4 can also sync your contacts over the air using MobileMe or Microsoft Exchange. If your current device cannot sync contacts with any of these options, you may need to re-enter your contacts on your new iPhone 4 manually.
2. Will my existing voice mail transfer over when I activate my iPhone?
- No, all existing voice mails will be lost when transferring over to iPhone. Click here for more details, and for step-by-step instructions on how to save your existing voice mail.
3. Can I save my voice mails?
- Yes, click here for more details, and for step-by-step instructions on how to save your existing voice mail.
iPhone and iTunes
1. Will the iPhone work on Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE network?
- iPhone 4 works on Verizon Wireless' 3G network.
2. Do I need iTunes to set up my iPhone?
- Yes, you need to use iTunes 10.1 or later to set up your iPhone for the first time. If you'd like to make purchases from the iTunes Store or App Store, you can create a new Apple ID or specify an existing Apple ID during set up. For corporate users, you may need to contact your wireless administrator for additional information on installing iTunes.
3. If I already have an iTunes account, can I use it with my new iPhone 4 on Verizon Wireless?
- Yes, during set up, you can specify your existing Apple ID.
4. Will I be able to sync content and iOS apps that I already have in iTunes to my new iPhone 4?
5. Will I be able to buy apps via the App Store?
- You can search for, browse, review, purchase, and download iOS apps from the App Store directly to iPhone. Apps that you download and install from the App Store on iPhone are backed up to your iTunes library the next time you sync iPhone with your computer. When you sync iPhone, you can also install apps you’ve purchased or downloaded from the iTunes Store on your computer.
6. What happens to any existing apps that I have purchased on my existing Verizon Wireless handset?
- The apps purchased on your existing handset will not work on iPhone 4.
7.Will I be able to buy apps via the App store?
- You can search for, browse, review, purchase, and download apps from the App Store directly to iPhone. Apps that you download and install from the App Store on iPhone are backed up to your iTunes library the next time you sync iPhone with your computer. When you sync iPhone, you can also install apps you’ve purchased or downloaded from the iTunes Store on your computer.
8. Will any Verizon Wireless apps be available on iPhone?
- iPhone will have the 3G Mobile Hotspot app pre-installed, and it will also have other popular apps available in the market such as VZ Navigator, and V CAST Media Manager.
9.What happens to any existing apps that I have purchased on my Verizon Wireless handset?
- Although many of the same apps may be available on iPhone, those apps already purchased on your existing handset will not be available on your iPhone.
10. Will Verizon carry accessories for iPhone?
11. If I have an iPhone 4 on another wireless carrier and switch to an iPhone 4 on Verizon Wireless, will all of my accessories be compatible?
- Most accessories should work, however you may find that cases and covers could be different depending on the product manufacturer.
12. Can I use my iPhone 4 while traveling abroad?
- Yes, customers can use iPhone for voice and text in over 40 countries with data service in over 20 countries. For service availability and rate information, visit International Roaming Rates and Coverage. When travelling outside of these 40 destinations, the Global Travel program is the perfect short-term solution for the occasional or infrequent global traveler who needs to stay in touch when travelling internationally.
1. Who do I call for support or general questions?
- Verizon Wireless customers with general support questions can contact customer service by dialing *611 from your cell phone, or (800) 922-0204 from a landline, Monday-Sunday 6am-11pm.
2. How will Verizon Wireless continue to maintain the largest and most reliable 3G network in America with the launch of iPhone 4?
- Verizon Wireless has invested more than $60 billion since it was formed – $5.7 billion on average every year – to increase the coverage and capacity of its premier nationwide network and to add new services. Verizon Wireless' 'most reliable network' claim is based on network studies conducted by test men and women who drive 100 specially-equipped vehicles more than 1 million miles annually to test network performance, call quality, and data network performance. Verizon Wireless uses the results of its frequent network tests to maintain and fine-tune the company's network on a regular basis as part of its ongoing quality maintenance programs and annual capacity planning.
1. Can I exchange a device that I recently purchased for iPhone?
- Yes, we will gladly accept returns or make exchanges on all wireless devices and accessories purchased from Verizon Wireless within 30 days of purchase (14 days for tablets). To make an exchange, return the merchandise (including device, charger, battery, instructions, and any other components) in the ORIGINAL box. All merchandise must be in like-new condition and accompanied by the original receipt. Shipping charges may apply to exchange merchandise sent to you by Verizon Wireless. A restocking fee of $35 ($70 for netbooks and tablets) applies to any second return or exchange of a wireless device (excluding Hawaii).
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Customers will be able to preorder the much anticipated phone on Feb. 3, and it will launch in Verizon and Apple stores, as well as online, a week later. The handset will carry the same prices of $199 for 16GB and $299 for 32GB.
Monday, January 10, 2011
It's like your own personal trainer...on your wrist! The SportWatch GPS will bug you with run reminders when you haven't logged a run in five days, you'll get "attaboys" for achieving run records, and you can plug the watch directly into your computer to interface with nikeplus.com.As for the hardware, the SportWatch's GPS works in combination with a shoe sensor to keep logging your location even when you're running in the city, and you can tap the display to illuminate the backlight or set a new lap.
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Thursday, January 6, 2011
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Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Take a look - I will at CES.