CAUTION- Do this BEFORE upgrading  iOS or before getting a new iPhone
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(Note, this article was originally published September 17, 2013 when the iPhone 5 was released.  It has been updated for newest iOS 10–steps haven’t changed since iOS7)
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CES 2011 Trends in Network Media Players

Submitted by on January 17, 2011 – 9:08 pmOne Comment

I will be Live on TwIT TV with Scott Wilkinson at 1:30 today, January 17th. We will be discussing all of the new breakthroughs in network media players, networked TVs, cable TV apps for TVs, and what I really think about the Roku player!

Tune in or check out my coverage at about.com

One Comment »

  • abul says:

    Hi,
    I listened to the podcast on which you were interviewed by scott wilkinson.

    you are realy very good knowledgabe techguru.

    you explain things very clearly

    your voice is also very attractive

    I would like to hear more interviews on twit tv

    i also would like you to run podcast so we can listen to your tech knowledge

    i am not good in english.

    i prefer podcast because i can listen to when I want to.

    keep up good job

    thanks
    abul

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