Weekly Tech Roundup for December 16, 2022

“Technology should improve your life, not become your life.” – Billy cox

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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

Fintech Giants Face Uphill Battle

Fintech companies are boxed between laying off some of their workers and keeping them in expectation that revenue growth will come time enough. – Samuel O. Ajala

Elon Musk Says Twitter Character Limit Will Increase Hugely 

Twitter’s character limit for tweets is about to increase from 280 to 4000. This was confirmed by Elon Musk (the new CEO of Twitter). – Sarah Ibe.

YouTube Will Send A Notification To Users If Their Comment Is Abusive

YouTube has rolled out a new feature that can detect hateful user comments and send them warning notifications. Currently, this feature is only available for the English language, but YouTube aims to include more languages in the future. – Hadizat Abdulhakieem

Instagram Launches Notes

There are additional inter-activities in Instagram stories, and with that, you can do more on Instagram. – Emmanuel J. Uwa

Sanwo-Olu To Launch MIT’s Senseable Lagos Lab At Isimi Lagos Tech Valley

LandWey Investment Limited is in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT to launch Senseable Lagos Lab in Isimi Lagos Tech Valley. The lab aims to simulate future developments within urban cities, Lagos included. – Fathia Alliu

Useful Figma Plugins And Tools

As a designer, did you find it difficult to know the plugins or tools to use in your design? This article will give us insight into the plugin or tools you can use in Figma. Click on the link below to get the information. -Sofiyat O. Lawal

New Features In JupyterLab Desktop

Some recent updates and features have been executed in the JupyterLab Desktop such as Remote Server Connection and so on. – Adeyemi Michael

Google has finished its initial Matter rollout

Google makes easy compatibility with Android and Next devices. These devices can now connect to Google home devices. – Olaoluwa Ogunleye

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