Check out this cool sweepstakes from SheKnows.com and find out how to win a pair of Cisco ūmi’s + 1 year of free service for Mother’s Day!
Discover how ūmi can change the way you spend time with your favorite people. Introducing the new way to be together, Cisco ūmi.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner and moms, grandmothers and sisters across the country can now celebrate with their loved ones face-to-face, whether near or far. With Cisco ūmi (pronounced You-Me) – a first of its kind video calling system that works through any HD TV – moms can connect live with their friends and family to share all of life’s special moments live through the television, from the comfort of their living room couch. Ciso ūmi delivers a video communications experience so clear, natural and lifelike, you’ll forget the person on the other end isn’t in the same room with you.
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Check this cool giveaway out and have a chance to win a pair of ūmis + 1 year of free service on each!
See that happy family to the right? Yeah, you wish you were them, jumping for joy as they connect, remotely via video, to their friends across the country.
Well, we’re always asking you to do stuff for us here on Curbed—follow us on Twitter, sign up for the newsletters—but now we’re making good on our promise to give away good stuff. Starting this very moment, we’re offering one lucky reader two Cisco ūmis and a year of free service, a little bundle of technological joy totaling $1,200. All you’ve got to do is head over to our Facebook page and click that magical “Like” button. Right before Memorial Day weekend, we’ll pull one name at random from our Facebook fans and connect to dole out the massive prize.
Here’s what Cisco ūmi can do for you.
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This article was guest posted by Jen Tilley from MomItForward.com.
Do you have loved ones who live far away? How do you communicate with them? With the technology available today, there are several ways to connect with family and friends. But now more than ever, there are technologies and products that will put you face-to-face with the people that matter to you the most.
With Cisco ūmi (pronounced You-Me) — a first of its kind video calling system that works through any HD TV — moms can connect live with their family and friends to share all of life’s special moments live through the television, from the comfort of their living room couch. Mother’s Day is just around the corner and moms, grandmothers, and sisters across the country can celebrate with their loved ones face-to-face, whether near or far.
Join Cisco ūmi and our panel of experts as we discuss ways to stay connected with family and friends using technology. The party will be held on Tuesday, April 26 from 9-11 ET (8CT, 7MT, 6PT). Click here to see details about the giveaway and enter for a chance to win.
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Tune in as the Lakers’ own Luke Walton takes time away from the Playoffs to connect with his dad and former NBA legend, Bill Walton, via Cisco ūmi.
Even though he’s going to miss his brother’s baby shower during this busy time, he’s got ūmi to catch him up!
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For most of us, our lives are full of momentous occasions shared by family – learning to walk, graduating from high school, starting your first job, getting married and having children. For Boston-based public relations practitioner Yumi Bilic , the next momentous occasion in family life was her sister’s wedding. Unfortunately, due to the aftermath of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the Japan native was unable to attend the festivities in Tokyo earlier this month.
After learning about Yumi’s situation, Cisco donated Cisco ūmi telepresence units to her and her family so that they would be able to be together virtually on the special day. With the same name, it was hard for Yumi to pass up the opportunity to see her sister’s ceremony on her HDTV via ūmi.* Not only did Yumi and her husband get to see her family, but she was introduced to her sister’s soon-to-be husband’s family, as well. By attending the wedding virtually with Cisco ūmi from thousands of miles away in Boston, Yumi was able to see, things like her sister’s beautiful bouquet and traditional kimono she changed into for the ceremony as well as finer details like the floral arrangements on all of the tables.
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