Here are some major tech headlines you might have missed this week – all in one place.
One really cool thing about HMD is that it quickly provides the latest Android updates for its Nokia-branded smartphones. Even when they are mid-range or budget phones, HMD does well to do right by everybody. In a tweet posted earlier.
This is a technique that a lot of marketers are now using to reach their target audience as well as garner new customers for their products. Social Media Daily provides this kind of service that has grown at a rapid rate over the past years.
Last year, Google Chrome launched its built-in ad blocker in the United States, Canada, and Europe. This year, the feature will be expanding to the rest of the world on July 9th……….developed by the trade group Coalition For Better Ads, Google Chrome started blocking ads last year. Per the guidelines, websites are prohibited from using obtrusive advertising strategies, such as pop-ups or videos with auto-playing sound.
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Google has begun rolling out to iOS and Android devices, a new Google Maps feature which displays the speed limit on roads. Also introduced in the new feature, is an icon that denotes the location of speed cameras. Newly filed Apple patent shows next iPhones will detect your intent to take photos and automatically open camera.
Microsoft’s new version of its popular web browser now warns users about potentially untrustworthy news sources. The service it uses is called NewsGuard a third-party application that’s run by journalists including a Business Insider board member who evaluate publications and rate them on a variety of factors.
The 4 telecom companies have filed for an injunction on the case which has made the Electronic Communications Tribunal in Accra to adjourn the case to Monday, February 28, 2019…….are pleading their case before a three-member tribunal seeking the panel to nullify the National Communications Authority’s decision of imposing a fine on their operations.
Facebook has announced changes in the way it removes from Facebook Pages, content that violate the social network‘s Community Standards as well as when the pages post items that have been verified by 3rd-party fact checking services to be false.
Getting people to use your mobile app is not an easy task these days as more apps like apps are created almost every day. But keeping users on your mobile app is the most difficult thing to do. Competition for user retention is stiffer than ever.
Huawei officially launched its 5G multi-mode chipset Balong 5000 today – along with the first commercial 5G device powered by it, the Huawei 5G CPE Pro. Together, these two new products provide the world’s fastest wireless connections for your smartphone.
Photography has evolved so much over the last couple of decades. There was a time when you didn’t know what your pictures would look like until a week later when you take them from the photographer or photo studio. That was then.
Without a doubt, music has moved from being a pastime to become a multi-million dollar industry around the globe, putting more than just food on the table for musicians as well as other professionals within the Arts and Entertainment Industry
WhatsApp in its bid to clamp down on the circulation of fake news has restricted the message forwarding feature to 5 contacts.
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