Weekly Tech Roundup for February 01 2019

Technology feeds on itself. Technology makes more technology possible. – ALVIN TOFFLER

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution. That’s what technology trends create in your subconscious. Check out these inspiring technology trend that might just inspire you to further develop your love for technology.

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.

How Photorealistic VR And 5G May Change The Future Of Media

I witnessed an impressive 5G-based artificial reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) demo at this year’s Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong. Indeed, AR and VR together, referred to as extended reality (XR), is possible today, and 5G’s higher speeds, greater capacity and lower latency will naturally improve the experience. But this demo, referred to as “boundless XR,” clearly showed how transformational 5G could be and gave further credence to the “wireless edge” concept that I discussed in my previous article.

Use Body Language to Rock Your Next Presentation

Watch this video about using body language to make awesome presentations. It shares some interesting researched techniques to make your next presentation better. If it matters this is from a bunch of Standford MBAs.

DNS flag day

Will your website survive DNS flag day ? On February 2nd, the world leading providers will stop supporting some non-complying DNS requests. In simple speak, some website will stop working. You can use this simple checker to check your website

Apple reactivates Facebook’s employee apps after punishment for Research spying

After TechCrunch caught Facebook violating Apple’s employee-only app distribution policy to pay people for all their phone data, Apple invalidated the social network’s Enterprise Certificate as punishment. That deactivated not only this Facebook Research app VPN, but also all of Facebook’s internal iOS apps for workplace collaboration, beta testing and even getting the company lunch or bus schedule. That threw Facebook’s offices into chaos yesterday morning. Now after nearly two work days, Apple has ended Facebook’s time-out and restored its Enterprise Certification. That means employees can once again access all their office tools, pre-launch test versions of Facebook and Instagram… and the lunch menu.

How to recover quickly if you get locked out of Google

I know first-hand how frustrating it is to get locked out of your Google account and to lose access to much of your online life. I’m hoping this simple work-around will help get you get through the account recovery process much faster than the manual method, which takes a minimum of 3-5 days (and in my case ended up taking weeks).

This week, a colleague who remembered my article on my lock-out experience, asked me for advice after she was locked out of her account. And a solution occurred to me, one that I had actually discovered last year, but had never put to use myself. It worked for her, and I hope it works for you too. It’s actually pretty simple.

Amazon and Flipkart pull 100,000s of products to comply with new Indian law

Amazon has been forced to pull an estimated 400,000 products in India after new regulation limiting e-commerce businesses went into force in the country today.

First announced at the end of 2018, the new regulation imposes a ban on exclusive sales, prevents retailers from selling products on platforms they count as investors, and it applies restrictions on discounts and cashback promotions.

The Latest CodeNewbie! – Benedict Nkeonye

A quick summary about my journey from the world of Civil Engineering to the dynamic world of Web Development and tips for budding developers to help them get better at the craft.

How far advanced is AR?

Video Games such as Pokémon GO make use of Augmented Reality. It is an interactive experience of a real-world environment where the objects that reside in the real-world are “augmented” by computer-generated perceptual information, sometimes across multiple sensory modalities, including visual, auditory, haptic, somatosensory, and olfactory.

About Weekly Tech Roundup by Bincom Dev Center

You probably already know that Bincom ICT‘s core is Best Use of Technology. This initiative is a compilation of some of the things the people at Bincom Dev Center found interesting during the week in review. Bincom Dev Center is the Training & Development Arm of Bincom ICT.

In this weekly publication, You will find various pieces ranging from ideas to trends, to random thoughts. They are here because we found them interesting. We also include some knowledge development pieces and where to get more information about these topic. We aim to publish an edition every Friday at 5:00pm (with exception of Holidays). We are working hard to keep ourselves updated and we think you should too!

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One more thing, Credits for this edition goes to :

  • Contributors: All_of_us @ Bincom Dev Center
  • Compiled by: Fisayo Adesomoju
  • Edited by: Nnaemeka Nwosu
  • Senior Responsibility Officer: Bade Adesemowo

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