Taking a trip? Don’t leave home without Google Photos

“I’m going on a 3-week cruise starting tomorrow and I’m afraid my phone will run out of space for taking photos.” Don’t let that happen to you! And don’t delete photos off your phone without making sure they’re backed up first! We got together with our friends, Chris and Charles, the evening before they were to board a cruise ship…

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Slow cellular internet: When will carriers catch on?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you’re in Quartzsite, Arizona, you don’t need turkeys or fat guys in red suits to mark the season. Just try and fire up your internet service using one of the largest providers in the area and you’ll know the winter season has arrived. Springtime in the Northwest may be characterized by slow-moving slugs,…

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Allstays Camp & RV – the Best App – is Not on Google Play Store?

by Chris Guld, GeeksOnTour.com If you’ve attended any of Geeks on Tour’s seminars at RV rallies, you know that our favorite app for RVers is Allstays Camp & RV. It is simply the most complete collection of information about places for RVs to park in North America. You don’t need separate apps for Campground reviews, Rest Areas, Walmarts, Passport America…

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FMCA to announce today new Internet data plan

(Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017) — FMCA, the Family Motor Coach Association, will announce a new benefit today to its 74,000 motorhome owner-members, a new data plan from Verizon. Here are the details as they were provided to RVtravel.com a few days ago (with instructions to hold any mention of this until today). Complete details should be forthcoming from FMCA later…

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Travel planning with one app? Not possible

by Chris Guld, GeeksOnTour.com We spend the majority of our life traveling, mostly by RV. I’m starting my plan for 2018 now, yet I’m still filling in the details for the remainder of 2017. I’m not so concerned about turn-by-turn directions – we use a dashboard GPS and enter our destination each day before we get on the road. What I…

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weBoost Drive Sleek claims faster cell signals, cell data

  ST. GEORGE, UT – September 25, 2017 — Wilson Electronics, the industry leader in cellular boosting technology, today launched its most powerful and versatile 4G in-vehicle cell phone signal booster — the weBoost Drive Sleek. Priced at $199.99, the Drive Sleek is an affordable, single-phone cradle that uses coupling technology to improve 4G LTE and 3G cellular signals up…

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