PC Matic, Please Bring Back the Flower Shop Girl

PC Matic Employee

PC Matic CEO Rob Cheng has been the company’s main spokesperson for some time now. In the latest spot, Rob gets other members of the PC Matic team into the act. They all seem like nice people, and PC Matic is an award-winning product, made in the USA, that proactively protects your computer against malware and viruses. Who knows the product better than those who build, sell and support it? And why spend money on professional actors when your employees will do it for free?

But I still wish they’d bring back the flower shop girl.

Win CIZE Dance Workout in our April Sweepstakes

Tired of your workout? Would you like to try CIZE Dance Workout? You can dance your way to your fitness goal in just 30 days, guided by fitness legend Shaun T (creator of Focus T25 and Hip Hop Abs). For our April giveaway, thanks to Beachbody, we’re giving away 3 CIZE Dance Workout kits for 3 lucky winners. Continue reading

PC Matic for President 2016

PC Matic for President

PC Matic is running for president? During an election year, it’s not unusual for companies to run advertising with a political theme. But Rob Cheng’s latest TV spot has us scratching our heads. Is there a president of PCs? Do Macs have a president too? We love PC Matic. It’s fantastic security and antivirus software for protecting your Windows computer. But Rob, would you please bring back the flower shop girl? Continue reading

First Look at New Bowflex TreadClimber Models TC100 and TC200

Bowflex TreadClimber TC200 and TC100

New Bowflex TreadClimber Models TC200 and TC100

Bowflex® is launching a new line of TreadClimber® models next week. But you don’t need to wait to check them out, because we just discovered they’re already available on BowflexCatalog.com. That means you can get a sneak peek at the new Bowflex TreadClimber TC200 and TC100 today! Everyone knows that the Bowflex TreadClimber is the fitness machine that burns more calories and achieves faster results than treadmills or stairclimbers, and now both models are new and improved with a sleek new design and enhanced tracking features.

The top-of-the-line TreadClimber TC200 features new digital connectivity options and enhanced console interactivity.  The TreadClimber TC100 includes many of the features and improvements of the TC200, but caters to those looking for an effective walking workout that’s both friendly on the joints and the pocketbook. Both models are available now.

PC Matic is Proud to Be 100% American

PC Matic - All American

PC Matic CEO Rob Cheng wants you to know that his Windows antivirus software is completely developed and supported in the USA, while other PC security software is developed in foreign countries — the same countries where dangerous malware and ransomware is created. Continue reading

Pope Francis is Coming to America, So Buy This Visitation Cross, OK?

Pope Francis Visitation CRossYou may have heard that Pope Francis is visiting Cuba and the U.S. this month. His Holiness arrives in Havana on September 19, and lands in Washington, D.C. on September 22. The highlight of his trip to America will be the Papal Mass concluding the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia on September 27. Continue reading

PC Matic Fights Ransomware – and it’s American Made

PC Matic Fights Ransomware

The F.B.I. says that ransomware is a clear and present danger to individuals, companies and the USA. Ransomware originates in Russia. This malicious intruder bypasses traditional security and antivirus software. It infects your computer, encrypts your most valuable files, then demands a ransom to get them back. Continue reading

Shower Wow and Star Shower – New Product Tuesday

Star Shower and Shower WowIt’s been quite a while since we abandoned the regular feature we called New Product Tuesday, but we’re bringing it back today to highlight two newly added products: Shower Wow and Star Shower. With the word Shower in both product names, what is it these two products have in common? The common attribute has nothing to do with plumbing — it’s light. Continue reading

Colorado Man Cited for Revenge Killing of Computer

Murdered Dell ComputerThe Colorado Springs Gazette reported 37-year-old Lucas Hinch was ticketed April 20th for firing a weapon within city limits. But no murder charges are pending for the fatal shooting, because the deceased victim was his Dell desktop PC. The police report said Hinch “was fed up with fighting his computer for the last several months” and shot it in the alley behind his home just before 7 p.m., “effectively disabling it.”  Continue reading