Lighted Ways Technologies: February 2017

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Local IT Firm, TS Tech, Expands into New Wyomissing Facility

TS Tech Logo
WYOMISSING, PA, FEBRUARY 04, 2017 - On January 13, 2017, TS Tech Enterprises completed the relocation of their company headquarters to a new, 3200 square foot facility. With more than two decades of service to the region, TS Tech plans to use their new base of operations to continue providing outstanding managed IT services to small and mid-sized businesses. The relocation was completed without any interruption of support or services for their clients.

TS Tech Enterprises was founded in 1996 by its CEO, Todd Schorle. Since its inception, TS Tech has expanded their services from basic IT support to provide more advanced business technology services. They now offer managed security, network optimization and support, as well as several cloud-based services to their clients in Berks, Montgomery, Chester, Lancaster, Bucks and Leigh counties.

MWC 2017: All Eyes on Nokia's iPhone Rival

Nokia’s back dear readers. Over the weekend HMD
Global, the company with exclusive rights to manufacture
Nokia-branded smartphones, launched the Nokia 6
 in China. The device marks the comeback of,
what many call, the ‘Father of all smartphones’.
Just in case you missed out on all the information
with regards to the launch, here are some
key features of the smartphone.
AFP | Updated: Feb 5, 2017, 06.00 PM IST |

After the buzz of CES in Las Vegas, fans of smartphones and wearables are looking forward to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 27 to March 2, 2017.

Like every year, most of the big mobile-device manufacturers -- such as HTC , Huawei and Sony -- will have new, top-of-the-range models to show off at Mobile World Congress. However, at this year's event, all eyes are likely to be on Nokia.

Nokia is set to make a big comeback as a phone maker in 2017, with a first major announcement expected in Barcelona. The brand is thought to have a high-end smartphone in the pipeline, the first in a new range that could include around half a dozen models, landing from this year. Unsurprisingly, all of the devices are expected to run the Android operating system. Nokia was, for a long time, the world's leading mobile phone maker, with iconic models that were the stars of their time (3310, 8110, etc). However, the firm was soon overtaken by the new wave of smartphones, first by Apple , then Samsung .

Friday, February 3, 2017

The new Super Mario game you're looking for

Forget about that 'Super Mario' game on your iPhone — this is the new Mario game you're looking for
Don't get it twisted: This is "New Donk City," friends.
This article is originally published at Business Insider by Ben Gilbert |

Nintendo this week unveiled a brand-new Mario game on a brand-new game console: It's called "Super Mario Odyssey," and it's a brand new, 3D Mario game coming to the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo debuted "Super Mario Odyssey" in a flashy new trailer on Thursday night, and we've got a breakdown of what to expect from the game below:

First things first: This is definitely a 3D Super Mario game, in the lineage of "Super Mario 64" and "Super Mario Galaxy." That means it's a "sandbox-style" game. The world is segmented into levels, but the levels are massive and open-ended.

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