Jeff Tong is a social media strategist in Washington DC and has been a long-time contributor at Tech Cocktail. You'll find Jeff at tech events, foodie hangouts, and possibly snorkeling somewhere tropical. Contact Jeff online at @gundamwing4132 or [email protected]


Recent posts by this Author

DC’s 2014 Spring Startup Weekend: Recap and Winners


Looking for the next Airbnb? You just might find it at Startup Weekend DC. This past weekend at WeWork DC – Wonder Bread Factory, 13 new startups were created, money was made, $25k was invested, and three months of rent was waved away for one…

Mosoro makes hardware app integration easy for mobile app developers


Mobile app development is a vicious cycle. Every time technology hardware improves, so must your app. While it may be easy initially to build a small app following instructions and manuals available online, the process of building an app for a new technology (for example, Bluetooth…

HEX3: Augmented reality first person shooter and pinpoint accurate digital drawing


You’re no stranger to digital peripherals. You’ve likely used a mouse, keyboard, touchpad, or touchscreen plenty of times. You’ve also likely played at least one mobile game or tried to draw something digitally. But did you ever feel limited in your interactions? Maybe mobile gaming or digital drawing…

Coull: Never cringe at a video pop-up ad again


When’s the last time you actually clicked on an ad in a video online? Maybe never? Video ads are just plain annoying pop-ups, and they typically have nothing to do with the actual video–most of the time. Very few video ads actually seem interesting,…

oneLIVE: Real online casino gambling at your fingertips


Have you ever spent time visiting nearby attractions instead of sitting at the casino table? I know I have, especially in Las Vegas. Not limited to the grand musical shows by the Blue Man Group, the dramatic mix of circus arts and street entertainment…

VaultWorthy Helps You Keep Your Documents Safe, Even in Emergencies


Still storing as “paper only?” Even storing your digital files on your one external hard drive at home is not only risky, but dangerous. There are many effective, free, cloud-based storage options available (Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, Dropbox, Apple iCloud, and several others), but it can…