Technical Tidbits 3/1: Georgia Tech Basketball bolsters Tournament hopes

The biggest news of the weekend was the Tech Basketball team’s defeat of the Syracuse Orange in Atlanta. The Jackets significantly helped their NCAA Tournament chances with this win, even moving into Joe Lunardi’s “Last Four In” on his projected bracket. Moses Wright brought Tech to the victory, scoring 31 points and grabbing 16 boards. Strangely, these are Tech’s first back-to-back winning seasons in ACC play since the 1988-89 and 89-90 years. That’s not a good look being that long ago, but it’s certainly great to be back in the winning ACC category. Tomorrow’s game against the Duke Blue Devils

Read More Read More

Why brands are rethinking digital marketing following Covid-19

It’s fair to say that last year saw one of, if not the biggest, shift in online shopping the Australian market has ever seen. Thousands of new customers entered the fray, as did brands that hadn’t properly entered the world of e-commerce until a global pandemic forced their hand. 

And as more customers and retailers join the online shopping boom, the e-commerce space in Australia gets more crowded and brands need to do more in order to stand out and connect.

“I think everyone is aware that they’re having to transform the way they do business to make sure that

Read More Read More

5 simple ways to speed up your smartphone

(Unsplash Photo)

Long gone are the days of upgrading your phone every year, at least for most of us. It’s expensive and just plain overkill when today’s smartphones last much longer than that.

If you’re keeping yours for the long haul, that means you need to treat it better, too. Are you making any of these common mistakes that can kill your phone a lot faster?

And what about malicious code that sneaks in and watches everything you do if you click the wrong place or download a bad attachment? It does happen, and you need to know the signs

Read More Read More

Brazil $16.4 Bn Internet of Things Market to 2026 by Platform (Device Management, Network Management and Application Management), & Component (Hardware, Services and Software)

Dublin, Feb. 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Brazil Internet of Things Market by Platform (Device Management, Network Management and Application Management), by Component (Hardware, Services and Software), by Application, by Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Brazilian Internet of Things Market stood at USD 5.67 Billion in 2020 and is expected to grow at CAGR of 18.99% in the next five years to reach USD 16.43 Billion by 2026 on account of increase in adoption of cloud-based platforms, development of wireless networking technologies and surge in number of connected devices.

Internet

Read More Read More

Why You Should Stop Using Your Android Messages App

There’s a serious issue that impacts hundreds of millions of Android users worldwide—one that should have been flagged by the huge backlash that suddenly hit WhatsApp in January. But it wasn’t, it gets surprisingly little attention, even though it puts you and your private information at risk. Here’s what you need to know.

Great news for Android Messages users this week—you can now schedule texts to automatically send some time later, which, Google says, “will continue improving the way you communicate and help you stay in touch.” According to Google, “half a

Read More Read More

What is WordPress? A guide to the free website builder

  • WordPress is a free-to-use content management system (CMS) that can help you build a website with minimal technical knowledge.
  • WordPress has a wealth of features that allow users to make a wide variety of websites for different purposes.
  • Visit Insider’s Tech Reference library for more stories.

WordPress is a popular open-source content management system (CMS) that’s free to use. It lets you build your own website without needing to learn programming languages like JavaScript, Python, or C++. 

What to know about WordPress

WordPress logo

WordPress was initially created as a blogging platform.

Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images


WordPress can be used to create

Read More Read More