Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Monday, July 4: the announcements of Xiaomi, Google which protects its users ices and the filing of a patent concerning the PS3. To not miss any news, remember to subscribe to the Frandroid newsletter.
Xiaomi makes Xiaomi
Xiaomi has once again confirmed its ogre appetite during a dantesque conference (count almost three hours). We discovered his new ultrapremium smartphone, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, as well as two very well-equipped little princes, the Xiaomi 12S and 12S Pro, or even two laptops with OLED screens as well as a new connected bracelet, the Smart Band 7 Pro.
Apple sous tension
Apple is frequently seen as one of the emerging leaders in chip design, whether on PC or smartphone, and probably rightly so. But we have just learned that under the veneer, the difficulties around this extremely competitive sector are beginning to emerge. More details in this full article.
Threatened abortion: Google takes action
It is not uncommon, on this site or elsewhere, to complain about the propensity of Web giants to want to follow our actions a little too much. For once, we observe the opposite movement: in order to protect its users, Google offers women and men who visit health centers to delete their location history. What to avoid setbacks in the context of threats against the right to abortion in the United States.
PS3 backward compatibility: it’s in the old pots…
Sony would have obtained a new patent allowing it in theory to facilitate the emulation of games on its now ancient PS3. The operation would not be an easy task, because the architecture of the console would complicate operations a lot.
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