Weekly Tech Roundup for September 8, 2023

“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” – Steve Jobs
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We bring you some interesting tech-update that will improve your knowledge of technology. Take a seat and enjoy this week’s tech update.

Tech snippets

China bans some central government officials from using iPhones at work most of it due to national security protection read more below to understand the full reason behind this. – Oluwadamilola Akinrinmade

Apple is set to introduce an affordable MacBook aimed squarely at challenging the Chromebook’s dominance. This move promises to make the MacBook accessible to the average tech enthusiast in the near future. – Samuel Ekele

For Python folks who love Django. – Collins Emmanuel

Vodafone and Amazone are set to partner with Project Kuiper together to compete both in Africa and Europe with elon musk starlink ISP company. – Bello Ridwan

If you suspect that your Mac has been hacked, it’s important to take action as soon as possible to minimise the damage done by malicious actors. By following the steps, you can help protect your data and keep your Mac safe. – Gambo Ibrahim

The use of AI in surveillance and decision-making processes has raised concerns over privacy, bias, and potentials for creating echo chambers and spreading disinformation, undermining the integrity of democratic processes which prompt calls for ethical regulations and responsible AI development. – Peter Pankyes

As Figma is one of the most powerful tools for User design, here are some plug inside with make designing easier. – Fathia Alliu

ChatGPT, the AI chatbot by OpenAI, experienced its third consecutive monthly decline in website visits in August, but signs of improvement are emerging, as reported by Similarweb. – Chinonso Aneke

A logical set of rules can aid in the speedy implementation of design decisions. The absence of a coherent framework means that you’re simply using your intuition to manipulate things until they seem attractive. – Ebitanmi Mojeed Adekunle

Apple on Thursday released security updates to patch two reported vulnerabilities that were found. These vulnerabilities are called the zero-day bugs because they were unknown at the time Apple find out about them. – Hadizat Abdulhakieem

As a UX designer, there are rules to follow. One of them is Miller’s rule which says always organise your information into categories of 7 + or – 2. E.g. your features can be that category. Because the human brain can remember fewer numbers of items. Check the link for more details. – Lawal Sofiyat Olabisi

‎Gen Ai has really brought ease to image generation in graphics design. – Josephine Effa

A Turkish cryptocurrency boss and his two siblings have been jailed for 11,196 years each for defrauding investors of millions of dollars. Faruk Fatih Ozer, 29, fled to Albania in 2021 with investor assets after his Thodex exchange suddenly collapsed. He was extradited back to Turkey in June and found guilty of money laundering, fraud and organised crime. – Jackson Jackson

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