The staff at Gadgets Repair specializes in electronics diagnostics and repair, allowing them to quickly assess buggy gizmos before replacing points of failure. Xboxes, iPhones, and flat-screen TVs all fall within the repair team's scope of expertise, which covers everything from the replacing a smartphone's cosmetically flawed screen to delicately resoldering printed circuits without tickling them.
Software guru Dave Cross, a 2009 inductee in the Photoshop Hall of Fame, has been sharing his picture-manipulating wisdom with thousands of students since 1987, leading seminars on popular computer programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. In just the past 12 years, Cross has traveled to every state in the United States to teach the ins and outs of Photoshop, and he continues to run digital-photography and image-editing workshops at Studio 3 in Oldsmar. He has taught hundreds of students how to get their cameras out of automatic mode and to take better photographs. A man who wears many hats, Cross is also the lead instructor for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, a co-host of a web-based show called Photoshop User TV, and the voice behind a weekly podcast known as “Ask Dave,” in which he answers user questions about Photoshop and doles out free advice on how to airbrush ghosts out of family portraits.
Florida iDoctor traces its origins to 2001, long before the invention of the modern smartphone, and back when most cellphones were still powered by coal. Throughout the years, the company's technicians have adapted well to the ever-evolving world of personal electronics, boasting an intricate knowledge of iPhones, iPads, laptops, and desktop PCs. The Better Business Bureau accredited company, which has an A+ rating, can repair a cracked iPhone screen in less than half an hour and undo water damage with pickup and drop-off service. They handle everything from cleansing viruses from a computer's hard drive to replacing a tablet's broken power button, helping clients breathe new life into their favorite digital companions.
Before earning a set of scrubs and the title of Doctor of iDevice, each employee at iHospital?featured in the The Wall Street Journal?must first pass a series of technical certifications. Just as real doctors specialize in either plaster or papier-m?ch? leg casts, the technicians focus their abilities specifically on Apple devices, including iPhones and iPods, performing many repairs in minutes. The store also carries a range of accessories from brands such as LifeProof, OtterBox, and Speck.
Dr. Phone Fix's expert technicians have swiftly and easily repaired more than 400,000 smartphones, cellphones, tablets, and computers. Which means that more than 400,000 people have breathed sighs of relief (and perhaps texted or posted those sighs of relief), having been spared the time and expense of completely replacing their device. When cracks are showing, growing, and overpowering the screens of smartphones or tablets, Dr. Phone Fix's techs smooth things over with knowhow in every make and model of iPhone and Android phone.
Some repairs are done in a day. Some take mere minutes. And all are easier than dealing with bars of geniuses or buying special anti-diamonds that you can uncut glass with. As an extra caveat that comes with minor surcharges, the techs can travel to your location for repairs.
K Alliance's online course offerings are expansive to say the least. With hundreds of training and e-learning videos to choose from, pupils can learn about a plethora of software applications. K Alliance also offers soft skills courses that cover broad topics including customer service and management.
K Alliance's expertly scripted videos come from the minds of professionals in these respective fields. They have served such big-name clientele as the Department of Health, the Marines Corps, and NYU.