Weekly Tech Roundup for September 9, 2022
The technology you use impresses no one. The experience you create with it is everything. – Sean Gerety
Hello and welcome back to this week’s Tech Roundup. We hope that we have provided you with sufficient knowledge to assist you in developing yourself, your career, and your business.
Many aspects of modern society, as well as our personal life, rely on technology. Technology is used in a number of ways, ranging from basic routine tasks to time-consuming obligations. As a result, every important piece of information is valued.
For your convenience, we’ve compiled a list of technology trends. Take your time and think about each one. Your intellect should evolve at the same rate as the rest of the world.
Data alone won’t suffice for advanced analytics in 2022. Big data is useless if it can’t be cleaned up to the necessary standards for analytics, as we have indicated in the preceding sections. Inaccurate data, redundant data, and duplicate data with no organization or format are also included.
Meta, a virtual and augmented reality technology with the aim of having people work and play in the digital world is collaborating with Qualcomm to customize a virtual reality chipsets.
A Product Roadmap is one of the most important artifacts in Agile Product management. It’s a shared source of truth that outlines the vision, direction, priorities, and progress of a product over time.
Apple’s Airpods pro has been in existence since 2019. But then, in few days Apple will be launching the latest iPhone version (version 14) and there is a possibility of an Airpods pro 2 (depending on what Apple decides to name it). – Sarah Ibe
The biggest surprise in the new models this year is that the company didn’t raise U.S. prices despite inflation and supply chain challenges.
Colour is a powerful tool for forging an immediate connection with visitors to a website. This article talks about how to choose website colours that meet accessibility standards. – Sofiyat Olabisi Lawal
Birdwatch allows people to identify information in Tweets they believe is misleading and write notes that provide informative context and Twitter is Expanding Birdwatch Community Fact-Checking Programme With New Onboarding Process. – Anthony Oluyele Sunday
The new iPhone 14 line-up will reportedly have no sim trays. They will use eSim cards. Apparently, these sim cards can be transferred from phone to phone by Bluetooth. – Blessing Itohan
Earlier this week, LastPass started notifying its users of a “recent security incident” where an “unauthorized party” used a compromised developer account to access parts of its password manager’s source code and “some proprietary LastPass technical information. – Opeyemi Orebiyi