Our good friend Cali Lewis stopped by our booth at CES this past week to talk to Henry about our new product, the Lifestyle Connect. We were thrilled to give her a full demo! Check out the entire segment here:
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Do you tweet? Chances are if you’re interested in all things tech (as we know many of you are), you’ve visited this micro-blogging site at least a few times. Maybe you even have a Twitter app or two downloaded on your smartphone.
Twitter isn’t just a fun way to keep track of friends and foursquare updates; it’s also a great way to get up-to-date information on new tech trends such as Spotify and the latest iPhone rumors.
Want to stay updated on everything going on the tech world? Here’s a list of top tech tweeps we recommend following:
Cali Lewis is one tech-savvy lady! Not only does she host her own show GeekBeat.TV, but she’s also a tech correspondent for CNN, FOX and Sirius 101’s GeekTime. All that and she still finds time to tweet! Kudos to you Miss Cali!
Robert Scoble might be one of the most popular people to follow on Google+, but this technology evangelist and former Fast Company blogger is also a great tweep to follow on Twitter. Robert doesn’t just talk about tech; he brings a critical eye to many of the latest tech trends.
Katie Boehret’s technology column is published weekly in the Wall Street Journal, but that doesn’t mean she reserves her tech updates for Wednesdays. This tech-savvy writer also blogs on the WJS.com blog “All Things D.” Her twitter stream is filled with updates about these posts as well as her musing on technology and small insights into life at the WSJ.
Mashable.com is a great source for the latest technology news and their CEO and founder, Pete Cashmore’s Twitter account covers everything from the latest gadget news to how technology is influencing global events. If you choose to follow this Twitter account you’ll be in good company; @Mashable has over 2,402,230 followers!
Our very own Twitter account isn’t just a great way to stay updated about what’s going on at ZOMM, it’s also a great way to find out about technology trends and get updates about mobile tech! But you knew that already, right? (And we have to give a big shoutout to all our followers – we just passed the 10,000 follower mark!)
Not on Twitter? You can still get great updates about ZOMM on Facebook. “Like” us to find out more!
Who’s your favorite tech tweep? Leave a comment below or give us a give us a shout out on Twitter and let us know!
Wednesday, October 20th, 2010
Do you talk with your hands? Do you like to take calls while on-the-go? Are you looking for the perfect Bluetooth speakerphone to make all that possible? Our good friend, Cali Lewis, says ZOMM is the answer.
Not only does ZOMM provide a way to take calls, it’s also a Wireless Leash to prevent you from losing your phone, and has the ability to dial 911 with the press of button!
Thursday, October 7th, 2010
Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to draw attention to your surroundings? Like Cali Lewis says, we hope you haven’t been in a situation like that. However, it never hurts to be prepared. In this video Cali discusses ZOMM’s panic alarm and emergency assistance feature:
Tuesday, September 28th, 2010
ZOMM, the world’s first Wireless Leash for mobile phones now has its first national television commercial! Check out the commercial here, then tune in to Fox News, Biography and G4 channels to catch it on TV.
Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
Like most kids, the ZOMM team went to camp this summer. Ours just happened to be a little different. It is called Opencamp.
A few weeks ago we told you about Opencamp, and that ZOMM served as the Titanium Sponsor. Equipped with matching “alarmingly SMART” t-shirts and a customized van, the ZOMM team had a great time as they took over Dallas for the weekend.
The event started out strong on Friday night with a skydiving display by the Army Golden Knights. Opencamp organizer, John Pozadzides, participated in the jump, tethered to one of the soldiers. As if skydiving wasn’t exciting enough, John decided to up the ante…
Mid jump, John pulled out his ZOMM (which was pre-programmed to dial Cali Lewis instead of 911) and made a call. When Cali answered the call, those of us on the ground were able to hear John describe what it was like to be parachuting to the ground—it was incredible!
The Army Golden Knights have been parachuting for 50 years, and never once have that made a call during their descent. It’s pretty amazing to know that the first call was made from a ZOMM! (visit our Facebook page to see a video of John’s reaction to the call.)
Throughout Saturday and Sunday, the ZOMM team demoed the ZOMM Wireless Leash to hundreds of Opencamp goers—and generated a ton of buzz around the multi-featured Bluetooth device. Whether it was the wireless leash, call notification and speakerphone or personal safety aspect, everyone found something appealing about ZOMM.
The team is still running off of momentum from the weekend, and can’t wait for our next opportunity to be part of such an exciting event.
Want to learn more about ZOMM’s time at Opencamp? Visit our Flickr, Facebook Page, Twitter or YouTube channel!
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010
Cali Lewis of GeekBeat.TV absolutely loves her ZOMM. Check out this segment where she demos the Wireless Leash function and talks about the other features of ZOMM: call notification, speakerphone and personal safety.
What’s your favorite function of the ZOMM Wireless Leash? Leave a comment below and let us know!
Thursday, July 15th, 2010
This is the second time ZOMM was featured on Geek Brief TV! The first time was back in January 2010, right after CES. This time, Cali has done a hands-on review. Check it out:
Saturday, May 15th, 2010
Cali Lewis from GeekBrief.TV features ZOMM: