Bad weather for Salto, the first images of Google’s Pixel Fold, this is the recap

Salto could close shop soon, the Pixel Fold is finally showing, the new version of Android Auto is coming very soon, that’s the recap.

The start of the week is off to a strong start in terms of tech news. The Pixel Fold, the first smartphone is revealed through a multitude of new 3D renderings. At the same time, and this again concerns Google, Android Auto is getting ready for a facelift. Finally, the future of Salto, the French streaming platform, could darken by the end of the month. Let’s go, on the way to the summary of the most significant events of the day before.

Android Auto gets a serious makeover and arrives in beta

The brand new version of Android Auto is coming. For the occasion, the interface got a little facelift. It thus allows you to take advantage of a greater number of applications and a new home screen with 3 tiles. It is also possible to change the size of the map, while the environment has been adapted to the Material You design. If the new version is already available for beta testers, we will have to wait until 2023 to see the finalized version arrive.

Read more: Android Auto – the new, more modern interface is coming to your cars soon

Google’s Pixel Fold shows up in early renders

While it should not be presented before the next Google I / O, which will take place in May 2023, the Pixel Fold is already being revealed. A whole series of 3D renderings show Google’s first smartphone, which adopts a design that is ultimately quite similar to the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. Its main asset, apart of course from its ability to fold/unfold at will, lies in its front screen which covers the entire device once it is folded. Beware, however, of the painful: the smartphone should be marketed around 1800 euros, which should make it one of the most expensive folders of the moment.

Find out more: Pixel Fold – first images, first info, Google’s foldable smartphone is finally revealed!

The beginning of the end for Salto?

Launched in October 2020, the Salto streaming service is not in great shape. By the end of the month, France Télévisions, TF1 and M6 will meet to decide whether or not the platform should be maintained… Or if it’s time to say goodbye to it. In question: a moribund number of subscribers, and above all a lack of 45 million euros to complete the 2023 budget. Will Salto already say goodbye to us? Answer in a few days.

Read more: Salto – France Télévisions, TF1 and M6 could kill Netflix’s competitor within a few days

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