Weekly Tech Roundup for December 02, 2022

“Investing in tomorrow’s technology today is more critical than ever” – Bill Gates

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We bring you some interesting tech-update that will improve your knowledge of technology. Take a seat and enjoy this week’s tech update.

Tech snippets

A Twitter Executive Got A Court Injunction To Prevent Elon Musk From Firing Her

A top Twitter Executive who failed to click YES on the email she received after Elon Musk took over Twitter has secured a court injunction from a Dublin High Court to stop her retrenchment. – Samuel O. Ajala

How To Solve Permission Denied (public key) Error When Using Git

Technology experts often face the challenge of communicating with remote servers because they do not have permission to perform operations on them. Learn how to gain permission to any server of your choice. – Michael Alex

WhatsApp Rolls Out “Message Yourself” Feature

Instead of having that internal monologue stay in your head, you can now play out all your thoughts to yourself in WhatsApp. – Olivia Wami

Apple’s 2022 App Store Award Winners Announced

Apple has listed its top 15 apps and games for the 2022 App store Award. – Olaoluwa Ogunleye

Having Seconds Thoughts? Here Is How To Recall An Email In Outlook

The ability to recall (edit) a message that has probably been sent has been made possible on almost all messaging platforms and Microsoft Outlook is not an exception. – Sarah Ibe

Using A Safety App to Protect Women And Girls On Public Transport

A safety app ‘SafeUP’ allows women and girls to plan and share their journeys on public transportation with arrival information. – Michael Ayangbade

Meta Fined $275M For Data Breach

Meta has been fined over $ 900 million by European regulators. – Emmanuel Uwa

Collaboration In Design: Tips And Tricks To Help Your Creative Leam Excel

There are some tips to take note of when working as a team. How to communicate with each other. How to brainstorm and get the ideas right. This article will share more light on it. – Sofiyat O. Lawal

Amazon To Shut Down Its Online Learning Platform In India

Amazon, like several other tech companies across the world, is taking steps to be prepared for the upcoming economic downturn. As a part of this preparation, the e-tailer major has already started cutting jobs across multiple divisions and has also asked several Indian employees to resign voluntarily. – Amen Aimiuwu

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