Weekly Tech Roundup for April 5 2019
We also included some snippets from our daily knowledge development sessions, just to give you a little extra knowledge. After all, knowledge is never enough. Take your time and digest every one of them. The world is fast evolving and so should your mind.
April Fools day was the biggest highlight for this week and tech companies did not stay away from the fun with the exception of Microsoft.
Nigeria’s very own Flutterwave hit the ground running with a tweet about a new means of payment “GlovePay”. The reviews made me think it was all a stunt, I mean which tech firm would build such a product for only iOS users in a country like Nigeria. Google also joined the fun with their jokes and whatnot.
Read about all that and more in the post linked below. Enjoy! -BN
Is your favourite Google product getting killed ? There is currently no way to know. The internet is getting worried though. With thousands of hours for support, No dev wants to spend that to find their core platform goes away in a year. Google needs to look into this. Maybe create a Google Abyss … for all unsupported features. -BA
Remember the Nokia snake game?
In celebration of April Fools’ Day 2019, Google added a snake game similar to the Nokia game to their maps app. There is also a stand alone website for those who don’t have the app. -EE
Tagged the world’s greatest delivery empire, a company in China has built a start up that makes it cheaper for customers to simply order their food (30 minutes delivery) than going into the restaurant to buy. Delivery cost inclusive. They are leveraging on the power of group buying and potential of up-selling other products. Interesting play. -BA
Samsung Electronics, on the 5th of April 2019, released the world’s the world’s first available smartphone with built-in fifth-generation communications, the Galaxy S10 5G after releasing the nationwide 5G services nationwide in South Korea. -EE
Google is learning you as you use your device. Find out 10 day to day activities that you carry out with your devices that Google uses to know things about you. -GM
A lot of other products have lot to thank Apple for as they paved the way into certain breakthroughs. See the 8 other tech companies should thank Apple for thinking of. -EE
Knowledge Development Sessions
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- Contributors: All_of_us @ Bincom Dev Center
- Compiled by: Ejiofor Ekene
- Edited by: Osahon Ohomina
- Senior Responsibility Officer: Bade Adesemowo