Sharon Vaknin, Donald Bell, and Eric Franklin tackle DIY projects and tech makeovers.
Fan TV is the latest box promises to unify cable TV, streaming video and movies, but it faces an uphill battle to get cable companies on board.
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If you are not a fan of long distance fees, several apps now allow you to text and chat with friends and family. It's easy, convenient, and free.
In this episode of The Fix, we maximize the benefits of traveling with a smartphone. Imagine going to a restaurant overseas not knowing the language but being able to read anything on the menu with your smartphone. Or being able to chat and text with your friends and family for free. Plus, we have a do-it-yourself project that'll keep all your tech accessories in one place.
The new digital camera has a built-in Zink printer for instant 2x3-inch prints.
In this episode of The Fix, we feature a device with an app that lets you lock and unlock your front door, turn an old cell phone into a security camera for under $10, and explain how all these devices work together.
Sharon Vaknin shows you how an old phone and a few accessories can be transformed into an Internet-connected security camera you can monitor from anywhere.
Eric Franklin explains how your home network communicates with multiple tech devices, making them all work seamlessly together.
Donald Bell installs a smart lock in minutes and shows us how it all works.
Sharon Vaknin & Donald Bell offer tips on improving the photos you take with your smartphone.
Do more megapixels mean better photos? Not necessarily. Eric Franklin reviews what you need to know to determine your camera's image quality.