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Your Digital Life with Mario Armstrong

Most of us already use technology every day as we establish our digital lives. We can gain more control over items in our homes, cars, quickly discover new information, improve ways to manage our health and access entertainment…all on the go just by using our mobile devices!

Mario Armstrong, the Emmy-winning Digital Lifestyle Expert partnered with brands to showcase some of his must-have technology making its way into our lives this summer and beyond. Check it out!

Who wouldn’t want a hot beverage ready to go first thing in the morning? Now your refrigerator can make it happen!

GE Profile Refrigerator with Keurig K-Cup Brewing System in Slate

GE Profile Refrigerator with Keurig K-Cup Brewing System in Slate

The GE Profile Refrigerator with Keurig K-Cup Brewing System features patented technology that not only makes hot water but also coffee, tea or any K-Cup hot beverage within the refrigerator. The new fridge offers users a simplified, more convenient kitchen experience. GE connected technology allows you to preset brew times controllable via smartphone app. Using the app you can begin preheating when they wake up in bed so the water is hot and ready to make coffee when they are on their way out of the house.The refrigerator is available in Slate, a matte finish to complement modern kitchen design.

Priced at $3,200 MSRP.
Available for purchase at www.BestBuy.com and check local appliance stores for availability. You can also use this link as well for a location near you: products.geappliances.com/appliance/dealer-locations/PYE22PMKES
For more information, visit www.GEAppliances.com.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/geappliances
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GE_Appliances

Don’t have a green thumb? See how gardening in the 21st century can help you have the best yard on your street!

Scotts GRO app

GRO app

GRO is the unifying software at the center of Scotts Miracle-Gro’s Connected Yard, which aims to bring the Internet of Things outside, launching gardening into the 21st century. Breaking previously complex tasks down into bite-sized, highly visual, step-by-step instructions, the app provides everyone from novice to expert a personalized roadmap on how to tackle gardening projects. Users will receive helpful tips and tricks for everything from maintaining a lawn to planting beautiful flowers, from when and how to get rid of dandelions, to growing their own organic vegetables, and most any other task they may want to accomplish. GRO also guides users through whole projects such as creating a “pizza garden” with basil and tomatoes.

The GRO app is a free download available on iOS with an Android version coming in the next few weeks.
For more information, visit www.getgro.com.

Twitter: #GetGro #ConnectedYard

Attention Samsung Galaxy owners, want to find out how you can get the most from your other Samsung devices? Now you can get live personalized support at the touch of a button!



Samsung+ is the one-stop destination empowering people to get the most from owning their Samsung Galaxy device through personalized, live expert support, a vast library of tips and tricks and self-support tools to keep your device running like the day it was purchased. Samsung+ also offers insider access to Samsung’s products and services, valuable content, special offers and personalized rewards people won’t find anywhere else, including behind-the-scenes content and ticket giveaways.

This free app comes preloaded on select Samsung Galaxy mobile devices, including the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge (varies by carrier). It can also be downloaded from Google Play.
For more information, visit www.samsung.com/us/samsung-plus.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/SamsungMobileUSA
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SamsungMobileUS #SamsungPlus

Summer is a time to be on the go or hosting a summer bash…make sure you take your tunes in style and play them with stunningly accurate sound!


MUO Wireless Speaker

The MUO – designed by Ross Lovegrove – is a luxurious, beautifully-engineered wireless speaker that is essential for any summer event. It boasts KEF’s Uni-Q technology designed to fill any space with stunningly accurate sound. Users can stream their favorite hits via Bluetooth, and even pair two MUOs together to play their tunes in stereo, or switch to Party Mode, allowing guests near each speaker to hear the same experience. The MUO has a 12-hour battery life so it will keep playing long after the party has ended.

Priced at $349.99 in Light Silver, Neptune Blue, Storm Grey, Sunset Orange, Horizon Gold, and Brilliant Rose.
Available for purchase at www.KEFDirect.com, Amazon, www.Kohls.com, www.Target.com and B&H.
For more information, visit us.kef.com.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/KEFAmerica
Twitter: www.twitter.com/KEF_America

We all know how important sleep is…but did you know that technology can help you get the best sleep possible? What is your SleepIQ?

Sleep Number® beds with SleepIQ® technology

Sleep Number® beds with SleepIQ® technology

Unlike ordinary mattresses, you can adjust each side of the Sleep Number® bed to your idea of comfort, firmness and support. SleepIQ® technology is integrated into the bed and effortlessly tracks your sleep. It gives you the knowledge to adjust – like the bed’s comfort or your daily routine – for the best sleep; and the best part is all you have to do is get into bed and sleep.

Later this summer, SleepIQ will connect to select health, fitness and environment apps and, based on that data, will offer individualized tips to sleep better.

Pricing for Sleep Number mattresses with SleepIQ technology start at: $1,099.98.
Available for purchase only at Sleep Number stores – visit www.Sleepnumber.com to find one of its 500 stores across the country.
For more information, visit www.sleepnumber.com.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/sleepnumber
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SleepNumber

* Content Provided and Sponsored by GE Appliances, Scotts Miracle-Gro, Samsung Electronics America, KEF and Sleep Number.

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