What To Do When Your Phone Won't Power On

Posted on: 16 October 2017

Most people rely on their phones daily to perform basic tasks and keep in contact with family members and friends. Finding out that your phone won't power on can be disheartening, but it's important to stay calm and recognize that you might not need to invest in a new phone just yet. Many of the problems that prevent a phone from powering on can be simple to fix. Here are three tips that you can keep in mind when troubleshooting your phone if it won't power on.
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Worried About Food Sanitization On The Go? Use Infrared Sources And More

Posted on: 20 September 2017

If you are running some type of fast or mobile food service and you are worried about health and safety when it comes to the food that you sell to consumers, there are some things that you can do to take extra precautions in your space.  You want to make sure that everything that anyone eats or drinks is safe and not contaminated. Here are some of the things that you want to do, especially when you are offering a mobile food service.
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Commercial Refrigerator Owners Need To Install LED Lights

Posted on: 7 August 2017

Commercial refrigerators are a popular way to keep a lot of food items cool and safe to eat. Few owners probably worry too much about their interior lighting options. However, installing LED lights can help save them money. LED Light Is More Energy Efficient LED lights are designed to use less energy than other types of refrigerator lighting options. For example, it is found that they save a total of 38 percent of total energy costs in a year.
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Three Ways To Get Inexpensive Computers For Your School District

Posted on: 28 June 2017

With every single school and school district now turning to tablets, laptops, and desktop computers to teach their students, your school district cannot be left behind. If it is one of the straggler districts that still does not have advanced technology for your students to use in and out of the classroom, your students will be behind their peers from other districts. If the problem is money, and there is not enough in the district budget for new computers, then there are three sources you can turn to to get the computers your district needs at a price the district can afford.
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