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David Pogue, Yahoo Tech Founder, Features in "Pogue's Basics": Technology Tips and Tricks

LONG BEACH, Calif. – February 25, 2015 – Award-winning Yahoo Tech Founder and former New York Times columnist David Pogue shares his “great tech tip” for HD audio conferencing: Pogue reviewed the premier teleconferencing service in his column this week.

Pogue's review of includes how he uses the innovative brand to connect with family and friends, conduct virtual meetings, brainstorm ideas, and plan with colleagues.

"When you work for a big fancy corporation with unlimited resources like Yahoo!, people routinely set up conference calls... It's great for planning, brainstorming, and having virtual meetings. But actually, anyone can do that. For free. I use," said Pogue. "It's great for setting up family reunions, planning events, reuniting old friends...and so on. You sign up with your e-mail address. Everybody in the group calls the number, enters the code, and boom: free Conference call! You're welcome.", the largest privately owned conferencing and collaboration company in the world, is known for cutting conferencing costs by 80% to over 250 million yearly participants, including nearly all Fortune 500 employees, Pepperdine University, and The Salvation Army.

Pogue's Basics provide technology tips and tricks to make consumers' lives easier. Article tips include ways to get free directory assistance on your cell phone, how to recover deleted photos, how to save your cell phone battery, and more. Pogue's published collection of his tips like using can be found in "Pogue's Basics: Essential Tips and Shortcuts (That No One Bothers to Tell You) for Simplifying the Technology in Your Life."

About is the largest privately-owned conferencing and collaboration company in the world, boasting more than 250 million annual participants, worldwide, including users from nearly all Fortune 500 companies. Service offerings in more than 76 countries with unlimited use include: the highest-quality, secure free HD audio conferencing, free web conferencing and screen sharing, audio and visual recordings, customized greetings, and desktop, scheduling and mobile applications - all supported by 24/7 customer support. Through For Business, mid-market and enterprise customers can now take advantage of HD audio conferencing either fully hosted, on-premise or through a hybrid delivery model. For Business further provides an enterprise account management team, enterprise level billing and customized user analytic reports, employee rollout and training services, and white-label was founded by David Erickson in 2001 and is based in Long Beach, California.