Microsoft livened up the week with the upcoming announcement of its next-gen Windows. Will Sun Valley become Windows 11? Answer on June 24. For Google Photos, it’s the end of unlimited storage, but we have alternatives. And we also talk about Sam, the strange assistant who could replace Bixby in the heart of Samsung. A look back at tech week.
Microsoft will formalize its next Windows on June 24
They had promised that Windows 10 would be the last name used and that we would only talk about multi-year updates. Nay! The new generation of Microsoft’s operating system promised by Satya Nadella is approaching. And it could even be called Windows 11. See you on June 24 for the formalization of the transformation of the Sun Valley project into Windows.
Huawei unveils HarmonyOS planned for future P50s
HarmonyOS 2.0 was entitled to an official presentation in its version adapted to smartphones. Huawei has detailed several interface features expected on the future Huawei P50 and P50 Pro with a rather intriguing design. And the Chinese firm took the opportunity to list all the devices that will benefit from its future OS.
Meet Sam, Samsung’s virtual assistant
Samsung could announce the replacement for Bixby soon. Sam, her new name, would have the appearance and voice of a woman, according to several leaks that have appeared on the Internet. We know that the South Korean also has in his wallet another much more realistic virtual assistant solution called Neon and that we also mention on the approach.
Unlimited Google Photos, it’s over: our alternatives
Since June 1, Google has put an end to the unlimited storage of your photos. From now on, you will have to limit yourself to 15 GB for all the Google services linked to your account. But there are alternatives, free and paid, at Google as elsewhere. Here are our tips for keeping your photos as needed.
The test: Nvidia Reflex
Nvidia Reflex is one of the new technologies put forward by the American brand for its GeForce RTX 3000. On paper, it must minimize latency to allow players to perform better in competitive games. We put it to the test.
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