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How to Automatically Deploy WordPress Theme Changes Using GitHub and Deploy

Do you want to automatically deploy WordPress theme changes to your website? Most professional web developers use a version control system like GitHub or Bitbucket and automatically deploy their changes to staging or live sites. You can use a deployment system such as DeployHQ to act as an intermediary between your Git repository and your […]

How to Fix the “WordPress Database Error Disk Full” Error

Are you looking to fix the ‘WordPress database error disk full’ error? The ‘WordPress database error disk full’ message is shown when your web hosting server’s storage space is running out. This can cause problems and slow down your site. In this article, we will show you how to easily fix the ‘WordPress database error […]

7 Best WordPress CDN Services in 2024 (Compared)

We get thousands of global visitors every day on WPBeginner, so we know how important content delivery networks are for website performance. A CDN is a service that can significantly speed up your website. It works by caching and serving your website content from the servers nearest to your user’s location, reducing your page load […]

South Africa Enacts Law to Legally Accommodate Ride-Hailing Services

President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed the amended National Land Transport Act into law, addressing the long-standing need to accommodate and regulate ride-hailing services in South Africa. This landmark legislation paves the way for ride-hailing operators, such as Bolt and Uber, to obtain operating licenses, aligning them with other public transport providers. The amended Act eliminates More
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Airtel Kenya’s Nationwide 5G Rollout Accelerates Digital Inclusion

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Airtel Kenya has made significant strides in expanding its 5G network infrastructure, now covering 39 counties and 285 wards across the nation. With over 690 operational 5G sites, the telco is capitalizing on the surging demand for 5G connectivity among Kenyan users. Fueled by the market’s enthusiasm for its services, Airtel Kenya plans to launch More
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Intel’s new Core i9-14900KS arrives today for $699 with boosts up to 6.2GHz

Image: Intel Intel is launching its flagship Core i9-14900KS processor today, with clock speeds that boost all the way up to 6.2GHz. That’s 200MHz more than the previous Core i9-13900KS that launched last year and was the first desktop processor to break the 6GHz barrier at stock speeds. This new Core i9-14900KS will be priced […]

First Cray Supercomputer Shipped

March 4, 1977 The first Cray-1 supercomputer is shipped to the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. This supercomputer, which cost nineteen million dollars, will be used to design sophisticated weapons systems. The system is a cylindrical tower seven feet tall, nine feet in diameter, and weighs about 5.5 tons. The machine produced so…
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Japan Goes Crazy for Playstation 2!

March 4, 2000 Sony released the Playstation 2, the follow-up to their wildly successful original Playstation, in Japan to a waiting crowd of 10,000 people, many of whom had started waiting four days earlier. Sony promptly sold out of all 1 million Playstation 2 launch units in a single weekend. Interestingly, because there were only…
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The World’s First Internet Election

March 4, 2007 The 2007 Parliamentary elections held on Estonia on this day were the world’s first nationwide election where voting was allowed over the Internet. A little over 30,000 out of 940,000 registered Estonian voters participated in Internet voting that year, which was conducted from February 26-28 prior to the election. Voters had to…
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Homebrew Computer Club Holds First Meeting

March 5, 1975 The Homebrew Computer Club holds its first meeting. Many people who played an important part in the early years of personal computing attended meetings of  the Homebrew Computer Club during its history. Perhaps no meeting was more important than the one that took place almost exactly one year after the first: Steve…
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