In an ever more global marketplace, small and medium -sized enterprises (SMEs) are forced to find and leverage any opportunity they can in order to remain competitive and also stay ahead of the curve. However, these past two years, which have been defined by uncertainty and disruption (thanks to the pandemic) have made gaining a... » read 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.
Nothing is better than staying up to date with the latest nifty gadgets and high-tech items as they come out, though often they’re priced out of most people’s average monthly budget. This list, however, covers some of the latest technology gadgets that are not only useful but are incredibly affordable too.
In the world of GNU/Linux computing, there are a lot of different ways that a user might access their library of software. They could use a window manager, such as i3, Awesome, or Sway, which tend to be directed at developers wanting to gain the most control of their computer using their keyboard.
Meta was headline news when it was first announced to the world. The idea behind the platform is to create a fully virtual space, allowing people to socialise, communicate, work, and shop without having to leave their homes. While the idea itself is arguably not a bad one, especially as technology continues to advance, many... » read more
Technology continues to grow and expand at a rate we could never have predicted a few decades ago. Almost every household around the world has at least a mobile phone, laptop, television, or technological device of some sort.
As we move forward into a new decade, new technology, ideas, and concepts are beginning to surround us. There are the buzzwords we’ve become all too familiar with – NFTs, Blockchain, Augmented Reality – but are these ideas being defined by artists or by venture capitalists and Silicon Valley?