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Featured Articles

  • ADT wants to charge me $2089 for early termination. Is that …
    11.24.23 – Elliott Report – Sue Canavan is moving into a senior living facility. But before she does, ADT wants $2,089 from her for an early termination. Is that fair?
  • New AI-enabled video surveillance cameras take analytics to …
    11.21.23 – SIW – This capability includes cameras from other manufacturers, making them smarter and more efficient. The most notable feature, however, is the camera’s new “on-site AI learning” capability that permits users to teach the camera to recognize custom objects they wish to identify and search for or track.
  • Xfinity announces DIY home monitoring products
    11.21.23 – SIW – Xfinity’s new sensors offer customers the ability to customize their experience through the Xfinity app, where they can add and pair as many sensors as they need.

Business Tips

  • How You Can Be Your Own In-House Marketer
    11.27.23 – Entrepreneur -Many small businesses have neither the budget nor the inclination to hire an outside agency for their marketing. Here, an outside agency owner shares advice on how to keep things in-house most efficiently and effectively.
  • Consumer Cellular’s Iris Flip isn’t just your grandma’s dumb …
    11.25.23 – Fast Company – Though the majority of the network’s 4 million subscribers fall into the 50-plus demographic, Craig Lister, Consumer Cellular’s chief marketing officer, describes the phone’s genesis as not only an attempt to give the company’s senior audience a friendlier phone for their needs, but also a hope that the product will …
  • 3 Tips to Help Keep Employees Engaged During the …
    11.9.23 – American Express – By acknowledging, motivating, and supporting your employees’ fee

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