If the IT universe is going to grow any further or faster than it is now, the growth will come from something other than humans, according to a new Gartner report. By 2015, the combined global IT and telecom market will grow to about $4 trillion, while…
Searching the web can become an annoying process that you do simply to get your daily news and communicate with the world. Oftentimes there’s no news to report and no need to interact with anyone via social media, so the internet can become useless to you. Every now and then, however, you’ll stumble across a website that you hadn’t heard of before that enhances your internet experience and eliminates the ho hum daily online experience.
Here are five interesting sites that you might not know about:
Wireless operator marketing has left many confused about what the “G” on their smartphone actually means. Now, with 5G looming on the horizon, it’s even more important to understand not just how we got to 4G, but what it means for everyday use and Star…
As the internet becomes a bigger part of everyday life, you may become increasingly impressed or overwhelmed with what social media can offer. If you use your own common sense along with the following tips, you will be able to navigate social media sites like a professional.
Discussion is Key.
The first of the social media secrets is not really a secret if you think about it. Social media is about connecting with others or being social. So, ask interesting questions. Express concern about an issue you are passionate about. Find news that is relevant or entertaining. Respond to feedback as quickly as possible to keep the conversation going.
Internet lingo has evolved over the years. And just like any other language, many of the words used in Internet speak have been borrowed.
Have you ever wondered where Internet words like ping and bugs came from? What their real-world connections are? For your dose of Monday trivia, let’s take a look at 5 of the most commonly encountered/used Internet words.