Mobile phones are everywhere in our society. Ninety-six percent of Americans have a cell phone, according to the Pew Research Center. Researchers have found that Americans over the age of 18 spent more than three hours per day…
Bring the couple who held your hand when you were a tot a gift that will help keep them safe. The Ooma Telo 4G safety phone can keep the lines of communication open, even if their electricity or internet goes out. But be prepared–you may need to do the hand-holding this time to convince them this is one gift they won’t want to return.
Did you know that September 1 is Emma M. Nutt Day? Emma M. Nutt Day celebrates the fact that Nutt was the first female telephone operator. Emma Nutt’s contribution to the telephone industry has been recognized by the National Museum of American History, which organized a one-day special event honoring her in 1984. It was called “All Alone by the Telephone.
A study published in 2019 examined smartphone usage at bedtime by 435 people in Saudi Arabia. The study found that “employees who use their smartphones more at bedtime have more risk of being poor sleepers.” Specifically, the risk of sleep quality problems appears to increase with increased smartphone usage at bedtime.
With some effort, you can improve your privacy. Ultimately, prevention—limiting how much personal information you put on the internet—can be the best solution. However, nobody is perfect, and your personal information might already be online. To better manage your personal information and privacy, consider using the following privacy tips.
Place your Ooma Telo Air anywhere and connect to the internet wirelessly using your wifi network. Pair Bluetooth with your mobile phone to answer incoming mobile calls from any phone in your home. Easy app-based setup.