Press Releases

May 18, 2013

MyTechBrief today announces the launch of our new, updated website.  Our website has undergone a major redesign.  It's been redesigned to improve the viewing experience of our users.  It's now easier to navigate, easier to find the information you need, and is more pleasing and easier to read.  We've also added a forums section for the exchange of knowledge among our readers.  We invite our readers to post messages with questions they may have or other information they'd like to share.  We believe the forums will be a great place for our readers to share information.  There is also now a polls module where we will be regularly conducting polls and getting feedback from our users.  We've also added additional social media accounts, additional buttons for sharing content via social media, a place to view information about our staff, and also additional ways to contact us.  We have also made some modifications to the categories such as adding new sub-categories and other similar changes.  This should make it easier to find the content you're looking for.  We believe these changes along with an increase in new content will help grow the readership of MyTechBrief.

January 15, 2013

MyTechBrief is proud to announce the addition of a new category on our website at www.mytechbrief.com.  The new category is called Science/STEM.  It will cover Science related news and events.  It will also cover other STEM (Science/Technology/Engineering/Math) and their use in Education.

You can view the MyTechBrief Science/STEM section at:  http://www.mytechbrief.com/education/sciencestem

December 16, 2012

MyTechBrief is proud to announce the addition of a new category on our website at www.mytechbrief.com.  The new category is called Vintage Computers.  It will cover the Atari 8-Bit, Atari ST, Apple II, Apple Classic Mac, Commodore 8-Bit, Commodore Amiga, Texas Instruments TI-99/4A, Timex Sinclair, Radio Shack TRS-80, Coleco Adam, and other similar Vintage Computers.  Earlier this year MyTechBrief launched a category to cover Retro Gaming.  Retro Gaming is a very popular market and the category quickly gained interest from our readers.  Vintage computers are also gaining a large amount of interest.  Our readers were interested in seeing this category covered and we are glad to bring this topic to our readers.

You can view the MyTechBrief Vintage Computer section at http://www.mytechbrief.com/hardware/vintage-computers

July 11, 2012

MyTechBrief is proud to announce a new category on our website at www.mytechbrief.com.  The new category is called Fantasy and it will be used to cover many topics.  The sub-categories under this menu are Action Figures/Toys, RPG-Card Games/Miniatures Games, and Comic Books/Anime. These will include many pop culture items related to Video Games, Movies, and Television.  Items covered in this category will be comic books, both physical and in ebook/app format, web comics, anime, animation, manga, science fiction/fantasy, and fantasy novels.

You can visit the MyTechBrief Fantasy section at http://www.mytechbrief.com/gaming/fantasy

May 24, 2012

MyTechBrief is proud to announce a new category on our website at www.mytechbrief.com.  The new category is called Education and will be used to cover many topics about education with a heavy emphasis on the use of technology in education.  We as a company believe that we are on the verge of major changes in education and that technology has the capability to revolutionize the education system.  These topics will cover how technology can be used in schools to enhance education and also how technology can be used in the home to improve the performance of children in the school systems.  Some examples are that the U.S. government has been looking at how video games can be used in education, Microsoft recently launched a social media site for educational use called www.so.cl, and Apple recently introduced iBooks textbooks for the iPad.

You can visit the MyTechBrief education section at http://www.mytechbrief.com/education.