Whether you’re talking to Siri, Hey Google or Alexa, you know that automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are no longer part of the real of science fiction. They’re here and now.
Digital privacy has become a major talking point in recent years, especially as more and more people learn about how governments and corporations harvest our personal data. This also means that there has been a bigger push for more people to focus on protecting their now privacy as much as possible.
One of the main reasons that many tech-enthusiasts enjoy their gadgets, other than their practical purpose of course, is simple, and its spelled “F U N”. Out of the many new gadgets that have become available to the public over recent years, drones are amongst the most entertaining of all. Owning a good quality one,... » read more
Anyone that has owned a computer over the last few decades will know that getting malware on a computer can at best be a serious headache, and at worst actually destroy a person’s life. This is why the IT industry has invested countless billions into cybersecurity, including resources to help normal people try and avoid... » read more
On March 23, 2022, the biggest loot in the history of cryptocurrency went down when the Ronin blockchain network got robbed of a whopping $625 million by way of a hack.
It’s easy to take for granted our access to modern technology and how it has helped uplift millions of people. Smartphones, in particular, have become one of the most commonly owned devices in the world, allowing people to communicate in real time, browse the internet, play games, watch videos, and much more.
Currently, we hear a lot about blockchain, cryptocurrencies and the metaverse. However the technology that will power game-changing innovation in the 21st Century is quantum computing.
Smartphone technology is going to be revolutionised this year because of new working normal hybrid environment. This was also partially in response to the global explosion in social media usage, particularly as participation in the metaverse takes off.
Seldom will technology on its own be a ‘silver bullet’. Technology will frequently form part of the solution, however first it is important to understand the problem it is supposed to solve. Only then will innovation be possible and deliver change that is meaningful.