Weekly Tech Roundup for May 13, 2022
“The advance of technology is based on making it fit in so that you don’t really even notice it, so it’s part of everyday life.”
Bill Gates, Co-founder of Microsoft
We have some exciting updates for you from different aspects of tech (from web design to graphic design, to programming, and more). We also have some social tech-related updates to make you stay relevant.
We hope you enjoy the update. Take your time to digest them.
Regardless of the kind of service, cloud computing services provide users with a series of functions and these can be very beneficial to organizations. – Alex Michael
Bootstrap is a powerful and feature-rich frontend toolkit. – Gbenga
It is important as a web designer to know the basics elements designing of a web. This link breaks it down to comprehend – Ajibodu Victor
What does it feel like to have Robots serve you drinks? – Ogunleye Olaoluwa
Authentication with a password wants to be something of the past. Here Microsoft and Google work on other authentication processes and methods. – Ijeoma Jacob
The content of large tech companies, like Google and Meta, will be more tightly regulated under a new European Union law that received provisional approval. – Elijah Moses
To be good at what you do, you need to consider what tools to use. This article talks about using the right tools to design, and what we need for a good design. – Lawal Sofiat O.
Stepping into a summer internship is both exciting and nerve-wracking. As you begin working, you’ll likely be tasked with various tasks and responsibilities. If you don’t manage your time correctly, you’ll be much more likely to become overwhelmed and risk burnout. Check out these 6 calendar apps to make the most of your internship. – Oluyele Sunday A.
Most people think Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ubuntu as the same, well they are very different, even though they are very active in IT today. Red Hat Enterprise is an enterprise-focused offering, while Ubuntu targets individual desktop users and enterprises. – Peters Monday
Make exercise a part of your work or study routine; it can help you learn better, concentrate better, and remember things better, as well as boost your creativity and productivity. Whether in classrooms, labs, or offices, these inventive approaches will help you move more. – Olivia Wami
Airtel Money clients in Tanzania can now send and receive money from over 50 countries across the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Sweden, Canada, Germany, Norway, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Belgium. – David Uwandu
The tech giant will continue to sell the iPod Touch “while supplies last” on the Apple website, at Apple storesSUP, and through authorized resellers, the company said in a statement on Tuesday. – Ibe Sarah
Russia has gone beyond the traditional engagement of war but has launched a cyberattack on Ukraine. No wonder the world is in High demand for a cyber security expert. – Michael Alex
Here’s a detailed guide on different ways to take a screenshot on a laptop/PC on Windows 10 & 11. – Ismaila Azeez O.
Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder Elon Musk said he would significantly increase work ethic standards in Twitter once he officially acquires the social media platform. “Work ethic expectations would be extreme, but much less than I demand of myself,” Musk said on Twitter on Friday. – Peculiar Favour