Antonino Caffo

Antonino Caffo has been involved in journalism, particularly technology, for fifteen years. He is interested in topics related to the world of IT security but also consumer electronics. Antonino writes for the most important Italian generalist and trade publications. You can see him, sometimes, on television explaining how technology works, which is not as trivial for everyone as it seems.

Microsoft handheld console: In the wake of the popularity of handheld consoles such as Steam Deck and Nintendo Switch, the big IT giants are paying more and more attention to this market. Thus, Sony released the PlayStation Portal in 2023, and

Please describe a day in your life Cristina Lelo: I'm quite an early riser. I wake up early, read the main news online, drink lots of water and then off we go. I wake up my 4-year-old son, and we get

Rent2Cash, the first start-up that advances up to three years' rent to property owners, has arrived on the market. Rent2Cash combines prop-tech and fintech in a 'rental advance' service, converting real estate properties into immediately available financial liquidity. The start-up is

At the launch of the new Galaxy S24s, Samsung confirmed the arrival of Galaxy AI, its artificial intelligence, on past phones such as the Galaxy S23. This will make it less necessary to spend thousands of euros every year to buy

3D metal printer: The International Space Station (ISS) is a unique platform for scientific research and technology development, and resupply missions are crucial to support on-board activities. The latest ISS resupply mission includes innovative studies in the fields of ‍3D

Place of residence: Rome, Italy Position: Head of Growth Please describe a day in your life: I usually wake up between 8:00 and 9:00 AM, have breakfast while reading my newsletter briefings and get to my desktop by 9:30 AM. Three days a

Intrusive AI: The municipality of Trento must pay a fine of 50,000 euros for misusing artificial intelligence and violating citizens' privacy. The case is emblematic and well represents the risks that the misuse of AI can generate on the population

The latest news from Apple marks a significant change in the alternative app store landscape for devices. The most surprising move is the compliance of iOS 17.4 with the DMA in Europe, a step that will allow developers to offer their apps

Soon, zero-emission energy to power smartphones and computers could come from solar collectors in space instead of traditional wind farms on Earth. The California institute of Technology (Caltech) is studying the feasibility of the infrastructure needed to achieve this. The Space Solar