The top stories this week in tech feature how people can watch Joshua Cheptegei in the Olympics, how to stop strangers from adding you to groups on WhatsApp, how to access UCE results and more.
How to watch Joshua Cheptegei in the 10,000m final: Just so you know, Cheptegei is the tenth man in history to hold the 5000 m and 10000 m world records concurrently, both set in 2020. He is one of the favourites to win a medal or more in the ongoing games. The 10,000m men’s final at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is scheduled to take place at 2.30 pm East Africa Time (EAT).
How to stop strangers from adding you to WhatsApp groups: You can stop the adding by going to your Settings. Tap on the three dots on the top right corner in your WhatsApp and then tap on Settings. From here, go on to Account, which should be the first option, and then select Privacy – also the first option there.
When you go on to Privacy, scroll down to Groups, under which you’ll see a list of options to pick from based on your privacy preference. These are: ‘Everyone’, ‘My contacts’, and ‘My contacts except…’.
Here are some online businesses for students to try out: The internet can be a great place for you to start. It comes with amazing advantages since it’s a portal to so much information and connections that you could need.
It creates convenience and doesn’t require much for one to start. Wondering what you as a student could venture into, well here are some online business ideas for students to take up.
Spotify What’s New feature: Everything you need to know: The new feature should be accessible via a new bell icon on the top right of the app’s home screen. Whenever there is new content for you to check out, a blue dot will show in your app. The feature also includes filters that allow you to sort for new music releases or new podcast and show episodes, helping you find what you’re looking for more quickly.