Moxi Tip #9: Some DVR Basics

Many prople on this and other forums are long-time Digital Video Recorder (DVR) users, but what about those of you who are new to the DVR world? Read on for some "DVR Basics" that will help you get the most out of your DVR experience... What's a DVR and how does it differ from a […]

Moxi Tip #8: Get Into The Game!

Moxi has the capability to provide interactive Games to the viewer. Read on to learn about some neat diversions available on many Moxi boxes... Moxi has a "Games" category from which you can choose a Game to play. Press the Moxi button and scroll left or right until you highlight the Games category. (Important Note: […]

Moxi Tip #7: Moxi Vs ReplayTV

As a long-time ReplayTV DVR owner, comparisons are inevitable, so here are my rather lengthy impressions of Moxi in comaprison with ReplayTV. This comparison is an enhancement to a posting I made over on the AVS Forum. I have refined it a bit and added some more information, so read on for all you never […]

Moxi Tip #6: System Diagnostics Menu

Would you like to know how to view "interesting" information and statistics about your Moxi box? Read on to see how! Go to the box itself (not from the remote) and simultaneously press the "Menu" and "OK" buttons. A system diagnostics menu will display giving you access to lots of neat goodies such as software […]

Gmail Tip #34: Gmail on your Palm!

If any of you Gmail users own "connected" PalmOS PDA's, you can now use SnapperMail to retrieve your email using Gmail's new POP3 feature! Read on to learn how... I tried out about 6 different email apps for the PalmOS, and the ONLY one I could get to consistently send and receive email from my […]

Gmail Tip #31: Improved and New Contacts Features!

The "Contacts" function has been enhanced to provide some additional functionality, and now adopts the familiar Gmail interface. Read on for the details... Gmail now displays a "Contacts" link in the left column under the "standard views" (Inbox, Starred, etc.) and just above the Labels. Clicking on the link brings up a nicely formatted display […]

Review: Proporta Crystal Case for Tungsten T3

Given the functionality and portability of PDA's, it's important to me that I always have my PDA with me. Unfortunatly, because of the design and form of many PDAs, unless you have a good case, you simply can't "pocket" your PDA without fear of damaging the screen or inadvertently pressing a button resulting in a […]

Vonage Tip #6: How to make your Vonage connection house-wide

By design, the Vonage Phone adapter has two phone jacks with the "Line 1" jack enabled. The "standard" way to connect your phone is to simply plug it into the jack on the Phone adapter. You are now using Vonage's service, and couldn't be happier, right. But what if you have more than one phone […]

Vonage Tip #5: Flexible Call Forwarding

One feature I REALLY like is Vonage's Call Forwarding feature. It is VERY tailorable, and can help you in many different situations. You can set up and configure Call Forwarding over the phone, but using Vonage's Web Interface is very simple. Read on for some scenarios that Vonage Call Forwarding will handle. There are no […]

Vonage Tip #3: Uh oh, the Powers out!

Unlike "standard" telephone service, Vonage requires that your Phone Adapter be powered and connected to an active broadband connection at all times. Read on to see what can you do to ensure uninterrupted service for those inevitable times when the power goes out... Have you ever noticed that when the power goes out, you can […]
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