Weekly Tech Roundup for January 19, 2023

“The future belongs to technology companies that empower users.” – Reid Hoffman


Welcome to our captivating tech update, designed to enhance your understanding of the ever-evolving world of technology. Get ready to immerse yourself in the latest tech trends and advancements. Sit back, relax, and embark on an enlightening journey through this week’s tech update.

Tech snippets

Microsoft’s New Copilot Key Is The First Big Change To Windows Keyboards In 30 Years

Microsoft introduces the Copilot key, marking the first significant alteration to the Windows PC keyboard layout in nearly three decades. This key, featured on new PCs and laptops from Microsoft’s partners, allows quick access to the AI-powered Windows Copilot experience directly from the keyboard. – Samuel Ekele

The Dos And Don’ts Of Mobile UX/UI Design

As a designer, there are some Do’s and Don’ts we need to consider when working on the project. And for visually appealing design. In this article, you will understand this in detail. Click on the link for more details. – Lawal Sofiyat Olabisi

Designing Our Future With AI — At The Dawn Of The Age Of Creativity

AI’s position in design has changed dramatically in the last several years, improving the skills of designers and changing the way they operate. AI is being included into design at all levels, from conception and ideation to production and assessment. – Ebitanmi Mojeed Adekunle

The Truth About UX Bootcamps: A Designer Factory That Sells Dreams Like Expensive Candy

The uncomfortable reality of UX bootcamps that churn out hundreds of designers like clockwork. Many of which,  do not provide realistic job expectations for its students, another issue is the cost of many of such programs. – Alliu Fathia

The Impact Of Technology On The Graphic Design Industry

Graphic design has existed for ages, some claiming that it even dates to the Stone Age. However, the Second Industrial Revolution in the late 19th century is when graphic design as we know it today began. Posters were used to promote items including transportation, entertainment, and manufactured goods in the late 19th century. – Kelechi Chima-Agbara

Samsung’s Latest Galaxy Phones Offer Live Translation Over Phone Calls, And Texts

Connect and Converse without Constraints: Samsung Implements Fluent Translation. – Fadele Iyanu

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