Combining Traditional and Digital Approaches for a Well-Rounded Education

Evolving technologies, including internet access and tiny digital devices that fit in the palm of your hand, are making it easier than ever for teachers to adopt creative teaching methods. By combining traditional approaches such as lectures with modern tools like smartphones and tablets, both students and teachers can benefit from a well-rounded educational experience. […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra pass by Geekbench with Powerful Specs

Samsung is gearing up to introduce a new set of powerful tablets under the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series. Today, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra passed the Geekbench benchmark achieving high results. To those unaware, the slate passed by Geekbench before, but now it achieves a higher score on the latest Geekbench 6.1 version. […]

Google Password Manager Is Now Much Better Than Before

Let’s face it; Google Password Manager is not as feature rich as some of the best password managers out there. For example, LastPass, one of the best password managers, lets you share passwords with the highest privacy. That feature is not available in Google’s offering. However, Google Password Manager can surely get the job done. […]

AI will be introduced into primary and secondary schools

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer a futuristic concept. It is already a part of our daily lives, and its impact on society is growing rapidly. Recognizing this, many countries are now introducing AI courses into their primary and secondary school curriculums. After China, South Korea is now adding this topic to primary and secondary […]

Google Meet App introduces new “On-The-Go” feature

A new feature seems to be reaching the Google Meet Application soon. The folks at 9to5Google discovered evidence of a new feature called “On-The-Go” through an APK Teardown (. The name of the feature is self-explanatory as it’s related to moving. Google’s goal is to make conversations safer when you’re on the move. On-The-Go reaches […]