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?
One of the greatest things to come from the recent technology boom is the influx of options. You are no longer limited to a single brand or product, you are spoilt for choice. For some, this may be the ultimate benefit, while for the indecisive, this can make things a lot more complicated.
The coming year promises to be an exciting and unpredictable one in the tech industry. New start-ups are cropping up all over the world with interesting new ideas and inventions to showcase.
Samsung started the new trend of foldable touchscreen phones and they seem to have taken off now. Some still believe it’s just a fad and the idea holds no real value over regular touchscreen smartphones. Others think that the designers could hold merit and could possibly be the future of smartphones.
It’s totally the norm for us to have plenty of browser tabs open at one time. They will be anything from Netflix, to Gmail. We have our media players, instant messaging, office suits, email and more all open at once.
What is at the core of every successful business? Sure, the right team and equipment are important. BUT, what does it all mean without having customers to prove that what you have is in fact the right combination?
A server is a special kind of computer that’s designed to serve, which includes websites, media, and other content. There are millions of servers and computers across the world that are all connected together, which is what makes up the backbone of the internet. While most people use 3rd party servers for all of their... » read more