The Tech Newsletter
EMPIST Tech Talk
It’s a new week, and we have lots of news to catch up on. Check out the latest technology news, marketing highlights, tech trivia, and more. Let’s get into it!
The Weekly Tech News Update
Speed dating has officially entered the tech world! That’s right. Facebook has launched a dating app. The dating app Spark is integrated with Facebook, so users can sign up through the social media platform. What makes this app different than other dating apps is there is no swiping left and right on profiles. Instead, you will go through a series of short video dates to see if any sparks fly. (Pun intended.) Read the full story >>
The Weekly EMPIST Blog
The Best Ways to Optimize Your WiFi Network
After working from home this past year, many of us can attest to the struggles of dealing with a poor WiFi connection. In today’s blog, we are going over the best ways to optimize your WiFi network. Stop unplugging your router, and let’s get started! Read the blog >>
The Tech Talk Newsletter Tip
From the EMPIST Help Desk
The Magic Eraser: Anytime you want to undo an action made on your computer, press Control + Z. Then, if you want to reverse that action, press Control + Y. It’s that simple!
The Tech Talk Trivia
Question: As of March 2021, about how many websites were on the internet?
The Weekly Marketing Spotlight
Goldman Sachs has just invested $75 million in the new contextual advertising intelligence firm, GumGum. There is great interest from businesses in this venture as companies race to replace the third-party cookie. Ever since Google changed its policies, online ad-targeting has become more challenging for digital marketers. Will GumGum be the next big thing in ad-based marketing? Read the full story >>
Trivia Answer: Just over 5 billion websites.