Small changes will create bigger impacts | Tech world recap for this week (25/06/2022).
This article is a quick recap on minor changes around tech products from the previous week (25/06/2022). In specific, you can find minor changes on Instagram, Adobe Lightroom, Google News and GitHub. You can read about the major changes and new features on our main page as well.
Adobe Lightroom can now edit videos.
Adobe launched video editing capabilities in adobe lightroom.
And the features in now available on the Android platform as well.
What makes it cooler is the ability to use presets similar to images.
Google News got redesigned web page.
Google News got an all-new user interface for the web page and it’s quite cooler than before.
The new layout has ditched all site navigation panels and got new top navigation.
GitHub Copilot is now available to all; but, with a catch
GitHub Copilot is an AI-based code suggestion provider that is now available for everyone.
But, it turned out to be a paid subscription. However, students and open-source maintainers can access it for free.
Instagram is testing new ways to verify age.
Now users can verify age through 3 new options.
- ID upload
- Social vouching
- Video selfie with Yoti.