Thursday, December 3, 2015

12/03 TOP TECH MOM JEANA TAHNK, SARAH JANSSEN, THE WORLD ALMANAC

TOP TECH MOM, JEANA TAHNK - HOLIDAY TECH GIFT GUIDE

Consumers are hitting the malls and going online in search of the coolest gifts this holiday season…but with so many options, it can be tough to find the perfect gift for your loved ones.  Tech expert Jeana Tahnk can help by putting a spotlight on some of the hottest tech that will ensure your gift is the star of the holiday!

Harman Audio is known for creating top-of-the-line audio equipment! From wireless bluetooth speakers, revolutionary wireless headphones with new active noise cancellation and more Harman has a variety of gadgets that look good and sound AMAZING. Parents and kids both love these products and Jeana is excited to share some of the latest trends for viewers.

AT&T Cricket Wireless:  A perfect option for cell phone users who don’t want to be weighed down with contracts. Cricket's cell phones and plans are prepaid, so there's no contract for annual phone service because payments are month to month. The biggest benefit is flexibility. With Cricket's prepaid cell phone plans, you can update your service with ease and choose the device you want.
3D Robotics: Drones are coming….to your holiday celebrations! 3D Robotics offers the highest-tech drones with features like pushbutton flight and computer-assisted Smart Shots, all controlled from an app.

eyeSight singlecue: With singlecue, you can control your TV, media and smart home devices using touch-free gestures. Just lift your finger and get control of the devices you already have in your homes, connecting them into one magical experience.

Plus Jeana will share her tips for being tech savvy, and her favorite advice for parents out there and how to make Holiday Season Shopping fun from her own personal arsenal of tricks!

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SARAH JANSSEN, THE SENIOR EDITOR OF THE WORLD ALMANAC

The World Almanac® and Book of Facts 2016

~ The Newest Edition of the Best-Selling Reference Book Features Most Memorable Super Bowls, 2016 Election Guide, and More ~

What were the most memorable milestones of 2015? Which moments caused the biggest uproar for fans at the Women’s World Cup? How did U.S. immigration policy evolve to where it stands today? While 2015 may be coming to a close, the events will endure in The World Almanac® and Book of Facts 2016, available in print on December 1 and as an eBook for all platforms on December 9. This latest edition of America’s best-selling reference book contains thousands of facts that are unavailable publicly elsewhere, and will quickly become your go-to source for the upcoming year.

New features include “U.S. Immigration: A Statistical Feature,” covering the historical background, statistics, and legal issues surrounding immigration; “World Almanac® Editors’ Picks: Most Memorable Super Bowls,” in which the editors revisit the most unforgettable “big games;” as well as brand-new employment statistics and a 2016 election guide. Making their return are the popular sections “Year in Sports,” “Top 10 News Topics,” “The World at a Glance,” and “Time Capsule.”

ABOUT THE WORLD ALMANAC 
The World Almanac®'s history as a publisher of award-winning reference titles dates back more than 140 years. The imprint includes the iconic title The World Almanac® and Book of Facts, the best-selling American reference book of all time.

The World Almanac® brand is part of Infobase Holdings (www.infobaseholdings.com), an educational media company that owns such well-known brands as Facts On File, Films Media Group, Chelsea House, Bloom's, and Ferguson’s. Infobase is a portfolio company investment of Veronis Suhler Stevenson (www.vss.com), a private equity firm that invests in the media, information, and education industries.

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