Weekly Tech Roundup for July 15 , 2022
“Technology will never replace great teachers but technology in the hands of great teachers is transformational.” – George Couras
Hello, lovers of Tech,
The world around us is transforming with new tech creativity and innovation springing. We at Bincom have perused the internet to bring you updates that would enlighten you today. You might want to get a cup of juice, tea, or coffee while reading. Enjoy!
To get the solution to a design problem, there are some methods to design. Get some common methods in the article. Sofiyat Lawal
Imagine you take a coffee break and by the time you are done with it, your phone is fully charged! Yes, this is possible, Tyfast is developing a battery with new vanadium-based material that can charge in 3 minutes. – Tanaya Mukati
Twitter has sued Elon Musk following Musk’s decision to end his bid to buy Twitter. Musk claimed that Twitter breached the agreement of the deal. – Hadizat Abdulhakieem
Google has announced that the company will slow down on hiring. According to Verve, Google mentioned that they will be prioritizing engineering and other technical roles over other hires through 2023. – Joseph Oyebola
In tech, updates are vital – which makes apps or servers perform better. In this scenario, Microsoft is adding QR Codes and barcode scanning to the existing capture modes that it has in its Camera app. – Elias Peter
WhatsApp has now increased the time limit to delete messages for everyone but this only applies to some users. – Michael Ayangbade
Google adds new features and adjustments to Google ads for better optimization and visibility. – Samuel Ajala O.
South Africa plans to regulate and control how the cryptocurrency exchange operates. This comes after many cryptos scams. – Bello Ridwan
Clearing the cache and cookies from a web browser is an important first step for almost any troubleshooting for internet browsing. -Opeyemi Orebiyi
Talking about the new platform enhancements to assist some apps, with HDR 4K video and DRM video playback, Chromecast has added a lot of other features to the new update. – Tolulope Bamisile
Samsung and Google collaborate to produce an amazing new chip that would be useful for Wear OS watches. – Olaoluwa Ogunleye
Not just ordinary music, a young man popularly known by the name prodigeezy is fusing the world music industry into Metaverse. He is taking the opportunity of crafts in music and pioneering a new industry entirely in Africa. – Nurudeen Ajani
If you are not including these skills in your resume you might likely be rejected because studies show that most employers want to see some soft skills in your resume, especially skills around communication efficiency. – Sunday Oluyele A.
For Apple product lovers, the Apple laptop Macbook Air now has the new In-house processor M2. To give you even better use of the hardware. – Peculiar Favour
For windows users, you can check out the review on the latest Windows version (Windows 11). – Ibe Sarah
With the advent of such digital tools, transport agencies, private vehicles and commuters will align to regulatory processes to minimize the outcries of transportation mishaps as recorded in the past. – Elijah Moses
Wondering how to rename multiple Linux files at a shell prompt? This is for you. – Peter Monday
Blockchain is used as a digital ledger to store encrypted and authenticated transaction information. The data is stored as signed blocks linked to each node in the blockchain network, creating an immutable chain of linked data entries. – Muhammad Yekini
Although Apple doesn’t provide a simple method for you to block Unknown, Private, or No Caller ID calls on your iPhone, there are a few workarounds you can try as revealed in the article below – Blessing Itohan A.