All you TV remote jockeys listen up, we’ve got one word for you….FREE. Our FiOS On Demand Fall Marathon starts Sept. 19 and runs through Sept.29. Limber up your VOD fingers and prepare for a freeview for the ages.
Transformers live on and an early cartoon favorite highlight a slate of 16 new movie titles on FiOS On Demand in September. Additionally, key August titles become available for rent, like “Neighbors” (9/23), “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” (9/9), “Godzilla” (9/16) and “The Fault in Our Stars” (9/16).
As entrepreneurs consider time to be a highly-coveted resource, it’s incredibly useful when tools become available that are both reliable and efficient. Fast and reliable Internet (more frequently provided over fiber) is one such resource.
Here are three stories from members of the Fosterly community that spotlight how high-speed Internet access has saved the day.
Why would giant global businesses like Verizon, Alcoa, Sanofi, and Wyndham Worldwide invest their valuable time and money to support small businesses in becoming more sustainable? I say, “Why wouldn’t they?”
This Saturday, Showtime PPV takes you ringside at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, as an undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr. squares off against Marcos Maidana for the second time in six months. The evening’s card begins at 8:00 p.m. EST, but Verizon FiOS has fans weighing in on the evening’s outcome right now on Facebook.
How’d you like to reduce your energy consumption by up to 75 percent each month? Turn your TV viewing into a truly social experience involving family and friends? Or manage your everyday access needs using social and business networks to interact with buildings, businesses and public places? These are just a few samples of what tech startups in the District of Columbia are working on when it comes to innovating for the connected home and lifestyle.
Guest Post by Doug Kaltenbaugh -- Doug leads the technology education program at Oakton High School in Fairfax County, VA. In 2013, Oakton High School were recognized for the VTEEA High School Program of the Year.
Starting today (August 21), FXX begins airing what’s to be the longest single-series marathon in TV history when it airs all 552 episodes of The Simpsons back-to-back in chronological order. The marathon will run for 12 days and nights.