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On Demand Makes Me Happy 2Mar
2012

On Demand Makes Me Happy

I’m an avid DVR user. Strike that. I’m an obsessive fan of The Big Bang Theory…so much so that I’ve filled my DVR to capacity with episodes. This of course meant that I didn’t have room...
UPDATE: You CAN Order That Online... NOW!

UPDATE: You CAN Order That Online... NOW!

1 March 2012
UPDATE: The all-new ArmstrongOneWire.com is now live. You can now order new channel packages, services and more through the "Shop" link in the center of the main navigation of our new site. Read below for an idea of...
UPDATE: The all-new ArmstrongOneWire.com is now live. You can now order new channel packages, services and more through the "Shop" link in the center of the main navigation of our new site. Read below for an idea of some of the great things you can do on our new site. ORIGINAL POST: Making major changes to a web site that thousands of customers use every day is never a small task. On March 1, 2012 we will do just that by launching an all-new ArmstrongOneWire.com. Over a year in the ...
Internet Usage Tool

Internet Usage Tool

29 February 2012
Have you ever wondered how much internet your household uses?  You know how much milk you go through. You know how many tanks of gas you fill up each month.  But internet? Armstrong now has a tool available...
Have you ever wondered how much internet your household uses?  You know how much milk you go through. You know how many tanks of gas you fill up each month.  But internet? Armstrong now has a tool available that lets you view your bandwidth usage over a period of time.  You can view by month or by day to grasp an understanding of what is being consumed in your household. This information in conveniently located in your account management section of ArmstrongOneWire. (This information is ...
You Are The Remote Control

You Are The Remote Control

27 February 2012
At the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, a number of companies demonstrated technology that may change the way we control and interact with our televisions.  One possibility is gesture control.  If you have an...
At the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, a number of companies demonstrated technology that may change the way we control and interact with our televisions.  One possibility is gesture control.  If you have an Xbox 360 think Kinect.  Kinect is a motion sensing device created by Microsoft that enables users to control and interact with their Xbox 360 using gestures and spoken commands without the need to touch a game controller. Imagine never having to worry about finding the remote in the ...
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