Microsoft Teams: The Cloud Office of Tomorrow

Launched in 2017, Microsoft Teams had a quiet start. It was perceived as an visual upgrade to the ageing Skype platform rather than a potential new communication platform. Being used to Skype (despite the multitude of problems plaguing the users over the years), Microsoft Teams resided under the start menu, ignored and forgotten, in mostContinue reading “Microsoft Teams: The Cloud Office of Tomorrow”

2 reasons why I prefer Zoom over Teams?

With remote working in place, the necessity for virtual connect has increased drastically-Zoom and Teams surging are taking center stage in a normal work day. My clients use both in parallel. And it’s both a good and a bad thing (for my work system atleast). Lately, I’m trying to shift my virtual connects and remoteContinue reading “2 reasons why I prefer Zoom over Teams?”

Door-step delivery of rental cars, new Tile tracker and more @ #techbrief6

1. Nintendo to acquire “Luigi’s Mansion” developer studio. Canadian studio “Next Level Games”, a second-party partner making games only for Nintendo platforms, is in talks for an acquisition by Nintendo. As per Nintendo, the acquisition will help in securing internal development resources and boost collaboration. 2. Niantic acquires SF gaming startup Mayhem. The Pokémon GOContinue reading “Door-step delivery of rental cars, new Tile tracker and more @ #techbrief6”

Bose unveils new earbuds, Twitter focuses on “Spaces” and more @ #techbrief5

1. OnePlus’ Nord line is making its way to the US. OnePlus Nord N10 5G and N100 are releasing in the States on January 15. OnePlus Nord N10 5G specs ($299.99): 6.49-inch 90 Hz LCD display, 128GB of expandable storage, 30W fast charging, Snapdragon 690 processor and 6GB RAM. It also features four rear camerasContinue reading “Bose unveils new earbuds, Twitter focuses on “Spaces” and more @ #techbrief5″

Transparent OLEDs, Microsoft hacked and more @ #techbrief2

Through the looking glass (or transparent OLEDs). LG Display will be showcasing a 55-inch see-through OLED TV concepts at CES 2021. Samsung will be launching Galaxy Smart Tags for tracking lost items. These would use Bluetooth connection with nearby devices for boradcasting its location. It is rumored to be powered by replaceable button cell battery,Continue reading “Transparent OLEDs, Microsoft hacked and more @ #techbrief2”