Weekly Tech Roundup for February 25 2022
The next evolution of VR would be where you participate physically in that VR world. And not just sitting down; if you’re a quarterback, you actually get to throw a football, and you can interface with the team. – Nelson Gonzalez
Welcome back to our weekly Tech Roundup. We hope we provide you with enough information to help you develop yourself, career and business.
Many aspects of modern society, as well as our personal life, rely on technology. Technology is used in a number of ways, ranging from basic routine tasks to time-consuming obligations. As a result, every important piece of information is valued.
We have put together a list of technology trends for your perusal. Take your time and digest every one of them. The world is fast evolving and so should your mind.
Hey techies check this out , how EV batteries complicates the recovery of burning cargo ships. – Tolulope Bamisile
Check this out, Next.js, typescript and react.js is a stack you can use when trying to build efficient, fast and SEO platform. – Ebunoluwa Suberu
Have you ever struggle with you user interface UI on your system? Are tired of waiting for a response time- time between a click and a response from the click. Common you don’t have waste those time. Get on the command line and get life going quickly. That’s one reason for CLI. In these article, you will learn about the angular cli. The ease, robustness and fastness it offers. – Jacob Ijomah
The Pan Africa Gaming Group (PAGG) has brought together ten African game production companies under one banner in an effort to unify the continent’s fragmented gaming market. The group also aims to increase gaming adoption on the region and cultivate developer talent. – Olivia Wami
With a rumored features of 4K micro-LED displays, two main processors, Wi-Fi 6E connectivity, eye tracking, a see-through AR mode, object tracking, hand gesture controls, lightweight design, and more. Apple is said to have completed the key production tests for its long-rumored augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) headset. – Joseph Oyebola
When the news about slack going down today broke out, a lot of people felt it may not be up until after a while as in the case of Facebook, but amazingly, slack engineers dealt with the situation bravely without users noticing. – Peters Monday
Several instructors online say that PHP is becoming less important. this may be true in some parts of the world because in the instructors’ experience, they are seeing a decline in demand for the language. It’s just as important, though, to understand that this isn’t true everywhere. – David Uwandu
Microsoft has used similar warnings for unactivated versions of Windows in the past, and restricts features like dark mode, personalization settings, and themes from being modified until a system is activated. Microsoft doesn’t appear to be experimenting with any feature restrictions, and the warnings are so far only subtle ones instead of pop-ups or notifications. – Opeyemi Orebiyi
The Aviron smart rower is a legit smart rowing machine that aims to “end boring workouts” by providing interactive rowing workouts engaging your full body to help you get in shape from home. – Adeyemi Michael
These days, there are a lot resources out there for learning how to code. And many of them are readily available online for free – so choosing one can be overwhelming. – Matthew Monday
An AI that you can build virtual worlds with, just by describing the features you want verbally. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it? This is what Meta is working on. – Michael Ekeocha