The kids are back in school and that means family life is getting more hectic! But don’t worry…Technology Expert Marc Saltzman and IntheNews.tv partnered with these brands to showcase some great family tech for school and home!
This innovative technology helps families with their privacy and security!
Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection
Kaspersky VPN protects your online privacy and security online from any device, even on public Wi-Fi.
Shield your activity from advertisers and unlock streaming entertainment from anywhere in the world by connecting to a virtual server. This prevents location tracking, so you can freely access sporting events, online gaming and other content.
The VPN supports speeds up to 10 Gigabytes per second. You can use it only for the apps where you need it, without having to turn it on or off. You can even connect it directly to your router, so all your smart home devices are protected.
- Available for purchase and for more information, visit usa.kaspersky.com/vpn-secure-connection and get 10% off with the coupon code TVNEWS now through October 31, 2023.
You’ll want to check out this solution for families in need of internet access.
Project 10Million is T-Mobile’s $10.7B initiative aimed at helping close the digital divide in education by offering free internet connectivity and mobile hotspots to up to 10 million eligible student households across the U.S. Project 10Million also offers school districts free and heavily subsidized data plans for their students, as well as access to affordable laptops and tablets. This initiative is helping ensure internet access is not a barrier to a child’s education and a great program for families who need access to reliable internet connectivity.
- School districts and administrators looking to apply can do so here and individual families with qualifying students can sign up directly online.
- For more information, visit www.t-mobile.com/p10m.
Here are some other great ideas to help families this year!
Since money is on the minds of so many Americans, know that you can often find free digital textbooks online, at websites like Archive.org, or download the Libby app to borrow ebooks for free from libraries instead of buying them.
Another great tech tip is to use free apps that will transcribe the teacher or professor’s lecture for you, converting the audio into text, so you don’t have to waste time manually transcribing everything. Otter and Live Transcribe are two good examples.