Weekly Tech Roundup for October 30th 2020
We also included some snippets from our daily knowledge development sessions, just to give you a little extra knowledge. After all, knowledge is never enough. Take your time and digest every one of them. The world is fast evolving and so should your mind.
At its annual hardware event, Google announced two new Pixel phones, along with a bunch of new hardware. The company also introduced a smarter, AI-powered editor in the Google Photos app on Android devices. V.I
Are you an earbuds freak? Check this spec out!
Best wireless earbuds and Bluetooth headphones for phone calls. O.O
On any normal day, your Windows 10 will respond almost instantly to your shutdown command. It won’t shut down; instructions on how to fix the problem. V.I
No, they aren’t magic. Here’s how solar panels actually convert light into energy. J.K
It interesting to know you can do meaningful things with your old phones rather than disposing it in the thrash bin. C.O
Someone went from from beginner level in Python to a Google Certified TensorFlow Developer under two months. This is his story.
4G Network in the moon? Here’s why NASA awards Nokia $14.1 million to bring 4G to the moon. A.J
Apple’s new iPad Air is a step change from older models, with a larger display, top-of-the-line processor and no more home button. J.D
What Paystack acquisition would mean for the Nigerian tech ecosystem; How this would attract foreign investors to the Nigerian tech community. V.I
For better security and awareness you will be notified of any intruding in your environment. C.O
How social media is playing a vital role in shaping democracy in Africa.
Security software for autonomous vehicles. New software prevents accidents by predicting different variants of a traffic situation every millisecond. J.K.
Streamers are no longer limited to 60-minute live broadcasts — they can go “LIVE” for up to four hours on Instagram O.O