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Technology Tuesday April 11, 2017

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Technology Tuesday April 11, 2017 Wed, 12 Apr 2017 03:13:19 +0000 Technology Tuesday April 11, 2017 Technology Tuesday April 11, 2017 KAMC help you to file your taxes on time. lauren of course there's the official i-r-s service app called 'irs 2 go'. you can get help there and check the status of your return. of course, the big-box preparers like turbo tax, and h-and-r block have do it-yourself apps to help you file. but if you want a one-on-one accountant that you don't have to meet face-to-face - try 'schwingo'. you'll get a price quote.. and then they match you with an accountant before e-filing with the app. 'taxfyle' is another app that can match you with a licensed tax professional. you can upload documents, chat - and follow your filing all through the app. and their entire process to file a return.. takes an average of just 45-minutes. lauren robots are taking over more jobs. but this chore, is one you probably don't mind giving up. bryan our 'gilma avalos' shows us a dallas startup company that's putting robots to work.. on your lawn. in richardson,a robot is reporting for its first day on the job. even as a loud lawnmower hums in the background, this baby,is looking to quietly take over a lawn near you. "robots are cool people love them." dallas lawn care startup robin has installed 50 of these in the dfw area and plans to roll out 50 to 100 more every month. justin crandall/robin co-founder and ceo "you're paying us just like you would a landscaper and we're fulfilling a service. it happens to be delivered by a robot." the machines work like a roomba, minding this wire fence. bart lomont/robin cofounder "when the robot is approaching your flower beds or the street, it knows it is coming close to the wire, so it won't run into the street. gilma avalos/cbs 11 news "it means you can kick back and let a robot do the work for you." the technology is huge in europe, but slow to catch on in america. robin co founder justin crandall says more fenced in backyards are one barrier. "we invented and patented a door that goes between the yards, but also lock and keep pets inside. " homowner patrick mcgregor is embracing the jetson's esque technology, because of convenience. "i'm not quite getting inside the shower getting teeth brush for me robotically coming out of a tube. i don't have to think about it. don't have to worry about it, it's gonna do its job on its own, that's huge." with a toddler at home....he wont be missing the noise..and likes the price. "the price point ended up being about the same." plans start at 99 bucks a month,for the mower only. packages that include human work like edging and weeding go up from there. cutting edge technology for that freshly cut look. during the pilot phase, these robots lauren

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