For 20 years, PC.Com has remained committed to being more than just a platform for the latest in technology. We started our journey back in 2000 with one goal in mind: To bridge the ICT gap between consumers and the tech industry (Yes, we were around when the word “ICT” was a thing).
For 20 years, we’ve enriched local tech enthusiasts with the latest and most informative tech news, reviews and content. First, it was through our print magazine back in the day when Nokia’s & Blackberries were a thing. In fact, both devices have graced the covers of our magazines quite a bit.
Seven years ago, we made the transition to our online platform, LiveAtPC.com, and we’ve not looked back since. You see, our site was born out of our commitment to YOU, our readers. Our commitment to serving you the latest, up-to-date tech news as it happens. Our commitment to engaging with you through giveaways, live streams, sneak peeks and exclusive content.
You have always been at the forefront of everything that we do, and there has been no greater pleasure than being your ultimate guide to the rapidly evolving world of technology. That being said, technology is expanding now more than ever.
As we enter a brand new decade, the line between what is considered technology and lifestyle is becoming increasingly thin. For us, technology has always been a lifestyle. Everywhere you look, you’ll see a piece of technology. It’s become all encompassing and ingrained in our daily lives. Seeing technology expand and thrive has put the onus on us to do the same.
The world has obviously changed in the last 20 years, and so have our readers. It only makes sense for us to follow suit. You may have already noticed a change in both our logo and content over the past month or so. Don’t worry. We’re still the same magazine you grew up with, only better.
The Covid-19 pandemic is upon us, and we’ve worked tirelessly to keep our finger on the pulse in response to the outbreak. To be confined to the limitations of “technology” at a time like this would be a massive disservice to you, our readers.
We feel that it is our duty in these trying times to keep you properly informed on the latest developments in the Covid-19 front, both locally and internationally. Our goal here is to break down the data and scientific terminology and provide daily updates in a manner that’s easy to digest.
LiveAtPC.com will always be a platform that caters to the evolving needs and interests of our readers. To complement the hottest stories on the tech front, we will also be bringing you everything and anything that encompasses the popular culture of today.
We’ve also noticed an uptick in our younger readers interest in politics and as such, you can rest assured that you’ll be able to find the latest developments on the political front, both locally and internationally.
This change reflects the evolution of your interests. Not just the young but also the young at heart, who not only want to know our expert opinion on the latest smartphones and games, but also what’s new in pop culture.
So whether it’s the hottest sneaker drops, the latest collections in fashion, the next movie you should be watching or what’s trending on social media, we will work relentlessly with our youth driven approach to keep you up to date with reliable carefully curated content.
As we make this transition, our commitment to you remains the same. The PC in PC.com used to stand for personal computing. Today, it stands for pop culture, and we will do our utmost best to reflect that moving forward. Thank you for all your support you’ve shown for us over the last two decades and we hope you join us in this new exciting chapter in our journey.