Weekly Tech Roundup for July 1 , 2022
“To master a new technology, you have to play with it”. – Jordan Peterson
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We have compiled a list of the latest technology trends. Take your time to digest them.
Omni-stakeholders are becoming increasingly more aware of the kinds of tools available in their tech stack. It is high time software marketers look beyond pitching software products to only IT Managers and CIOs, and extend marketing materials to hybrid workers as they play a more active role in decision-making. – Joseph Oyebola.
Twitter Notes, Twitter is testing a feature that allows users to write notes longer than the traditional 280 characters. Just like an in-app blogging experience. – Samuel Olufemi S.
M1 is the first chip designed and created by Apple for Mac which was launched in the year 2020. Some researchers at MIT have discovered an unpatchable hardware vulnerability that can allow attackers to break through its security defenses. – Tanaya Mukati
Glad tidings, If you’re a Python developer, interestingly Web3.py is your go-to library for interacting with the Ethereum Blockchain technology. This article would be walking us through the step-by-step process to use Web3.py. – Muhammad Yekini
5g internet is a service near us more than we think, with the new Nord smartphone. – Adesola Ibukun
Google Chat is said to replace Google Hangouts come November 2022. – Ibe Sarah
Naturally, upgrading from Windows 10 isn’t the only way to get Windows 11. Plenty of new laptops or PCs are already running the operating system out of the box, with plenty more on the way. Will your current PC or laptop run on Windows 11? Or not sure if your device is compatible? – Opeyemi Orebiyi
e-Messaging is evolving with time, and if you want to have one particular form of communication on screen without the others just like Gmail, it is easier to do that since chat and the others are not listed underneath your inbox and labels anymore. – Elias peter
Apple creates a platform where its customers can benefit from its value for free without being an employee. – Olaoluwa Ogunleye
Instagram has created an avenue for you to share your post on Instagram to all other social networks with ease. – Peculiar Favour
How to share Wi-Fi Password between Chromebooks and Android phones
In a bid to breach the gap between Chromebooks and Android smartphones, Google has put together a system where you can view photos from your Android phone on your Chromebook. You can also share Wi-Fi password(s) between Chromebooks and Android smartphones. – Samuel Oluwatosin Ajala
Apple is steadily working on getting people out of their cars onto bicycles. With the price of gas going up, these e-bikes might be what’s needed. Aburime Blessing I.
OpenSea has suffered a data breach and is warning users of email phishing. OpenSea is the world’s largest NFT marketplace with more than 1.8 million users who have made at least one purchase through the Ethereum network on OpenSea. – Hadizat Abdulhakieem
Windows 11 continues to have a hard time attracting new users. – Ayangbade Michael
According to a statement from Apple on Thursday, Developers can now use a third-party payment method for the South Korean app store. Developers must submit a different binary for iOS or iPadOS “published solely on the App Store in South Korea,”. – Elijah Moses
Design is all around us. Design is more than being creative, it is needed to solve user’s problem – Lawal Sofiyat
Tough as the U.S wants TikTok removed from Apple and Google app stores over data concerns. – Peter Monday
How to turn an old Android phone into a web server. – Udoh Patrick.