Eugene Polley, inventor of the TV remote control, died Sunday at age 96. An inventor who changed the lives of millions around the world with the first wireless TV remote in 1955 would surely be surprised at the evolution of our beloved clicker.
If you are working on any round-ups relating to the remote in honor of Eugene Polley, I hope you will consider including the Clicker.The Clicker is an all-in-one uber-gadget that fuses the remote control with the ever-important bottle cap opener in one sleek device. Engineered to withstand the manliest of man caves and case after case of openings, the Clicker is programmed with over 800 factory pre-sets and works with almost all major cable and satellite dish boxes.
The Clicker supports twin view and Picture-in-Picture functions for multiple game watching, and can be universally programmed for up to eight components, including your TV, DVD player, Cable box, DVR, Satellite, CD and AMP.
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I’ve had it. Four dropped calls in 20 minutes. AT&T’s voice service has gotten exponentially worse in New York over the last six weeks or so.
Coincidentally, the dropped calls happened as my mom was trying to tell me she just switched to Verizon and will be porting her AT&T number soon.
My tentative plan is to trade my AT&T iPhone 4 for a Verizon iPhone 4 on Craigslist. Then I’ll get the “new iPhone” in October.
In the meantime, I’m going to use skype to make calls. This is just absurd.
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