Tech Talk Weekly Newsletter: Tuesday, June 1, 2021


The Tech Newsletter  

EMPIST Tech Talk  

It’s the first Tech Talk Newsletter of June! Get the latest technology news, marketing highlights, trivia, and more. Here we go! 

The Weekly Tech News Update  

Microsoft’s Build developer conference announced an OpenAI GPT-3 natural language model to transform spoken text into code. Known as Power Fx language, this innovation uses a no-code/low-code Power Apps service to help low-code tools become more available to a larger array of users, thus turning into a “no code” format. Read the full story >>

The Weekly EMPIST Blog  

Tech Answers: Why Is My Printer Not Printing? 

Waiting on Some Copies?   

It’s time to troubleshoot that ever-popular question: Why is my printer not printing? We’ve all been in a rush trying to copy something at the office. Then, two days later, your device shoots out ten copies of that one document you no longer need anymore. If you are tired of dealing with error messages and frustration, these pointers are for you! Read the blog >> 

The Tech Talk Newsletter Tip 

From the EMPIST Help Desk 

Are you getting a lot of spam calls and emails after submitting a form online? It’s important to read the fine print before entering your personal details online. Many companies share your data with other businesses, such as insurance quotes, social media platforms, dating apps, etc. 

The Tech Talk Trivia 

Question: TechSpot began as a blog in the 90s known as what?  

The Weekly Marketing Spotlight 

The world’s largest pasta brand, Barilla, joined TikTok with a parody of the song “Funkytown” by Lipps Inc. The lyrics for this parody focused on rigatoni pasta. Since the pandemic, more people have been cooking from home and pasta has been a popular menu item. With Gen Z using TikTok to search out new recipes, Barilla thought it was time to enter the chat. Read the full story >>

Trivia Answer: Pure Rendition  

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