Brothers from Gwinnett County create TechEase to help locals learn, use technology

When the pandemic forced most people indoors for extended periods of time and changed life as we know it forever, ever-evolving technology enabled folks to remain connected to each other and the rest of the world. Unfortunately, not everybody is up to speed on harnessing even the easiest of laptop, pad or phone tasks.

In response to helping people with the technology learning curve, two brothers from Duluth — Eesh Trivedi, 17, and Sohum Trivedi, 15 — established TechEase. While much of the Trivedi’s volunteer work involves the older generation, the brothers also work with students to sharpen their skills.