Imagine your virtual space working from home. I have always wondered what it would mean to be connected and the opportunities that open for people around the world. Facebook(now Meta) recently announced a glimpse of their future for the metaverse — which is a concept of connecting a world of virtual communities Continue Reading
Web 3.0 Explained
About 3 billion people spend 80% of their waking hours on the web every single day. The internet keeps getting better and better. How we interact with the web would soon change due to new technologies and something called Web 3.0. It is quite hard to get people’s views on Continue Reading
A Minute Read On The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro
Your phone is central to you; this year’s Google Pixel Event #Pixel6Launch has shown why. Coming from a Pixel 3, I have always stayed optimistic about Google’s investment in the Pixel brand. For years now, Android users have been looking for redemption from #MadebyGoogle and I think this evening we Continue Reading
SNAP’s New AR Scan
On my own exploration into Instagram and Facebook Business, my excitement on Snap’s new AR Scan exploded. Snap’s unveil of Scan, an Enhanced AR feature to identify the things we love links to my curiosity about social media for E-commerce. Social Media For E-Commerce With online presence increasing every second, Continue Reading
FIFA 22 is finally giving us what we want
As a football fan, video games have been the centre of appreciation for the beautiful sport. PES and FIFA have given us memories that feel more nostalgic than any live match could. The intersection of the beautiful game and our fantasies get to happen on a screen with a console. Continue Reading
Google Chrome Tip: How to preserve your chrome tabs after a restart
Google Chrome’s Tabs Group feature is a nice added feature for multi-tasking on most days. However, on Windows, there’s a huge issue when it comes to RAM management and this may cause freezing and collapse of tabs on a workload. I recently found a quick Google Chrome tip that could Continue Reading
Meet “Sidekick”, a companion browser for work in 2021.
Google Chrome Browsers are not prevalent topics on most general internet conversations. On most days, we tend to ignore what our default browser is or should be; even with variations in operating systems and devices. Chrome has become the go-to browser for many users on the internet. Here is some Continue Reading
4 Meditation Apps To Get
What meditation means to me I am probably wondering why I decided to write this post about meditation apps since I am not an expert in meditation, mindfulness, psychology or yoga (There is yoga everywhere in Accra nowadays). My intention is to explore how tech interacts with our daily life Continue Reading
Cracked: My Google Pixel Experience
Cracked: My Google Pixel Experience I recently started using Android again, and it had to be the Google Pixel 3 which I bought online— knowing the risk. The exchange was quite stressful but gently worth it. The problem with buying online is something that comes with potential disappointments — no Continue Reading
5 Chrome Extensions That Could Improve Your Study Life.
Intro… It’s okay to not know what you want during your freshman year. If you are a freshman I am sure you are still searching your way through “IT”. There’s no glory associated with the brutal sleepless nights and anxiety in getting work done or that assignment finish before the Continue Reading
Android Auto vs Apple CarPlay: Which one should you go for?
I have recently developed interest in automobiles although the reality of their luxury pricing always strikes my ephemeral enthusiasm. I had the esteemed opportunity to learn about the intersection of automobiles / mechanics and technology from my friend Ben. The contagion of modern automation and Artificial Intelligence in everything seems Continue Reading
Is your Voice Assistant “AI” enough
VOICE ASSISTANT THE AI WE KNOW “Artificial Intelligence.” A cultivated word for anything that’s remotely performed by a computer or machine with little input from a human. We have for some time lived with robots in our pockets, our homes and even on our desks, but the underlying technology emanated Continue Reading