Starfield finally lands on our consoles and PCs on September 6, 2023, a smartphone receives an update 7 years after its release and Elon Musk’s surprising statements about autonomous driving, this is the recap of the news from Wednesday 8 March 2023.
What’s new in the Android and High-Tech universe on Phonandroid this Wednesday, March 8, 2023? First of all, Google revealed the date of its new Google I/O conference dedicated to developers. The appointment is given for May 10, 2023, and of course, you will be able to follow this major event in full on our site.
On March 8, 2023, some Tech players decided to celebrate International Women’s Day. This is particularly the case of Snapchat which has launched a new augmented reality experience. The principle ? Enable users to discover virtual statues of famous women on their smartphones at certain key locations in 8 French cities.
In other news, Sony has rolled out the latest PS5 software update. In the program, the integration (finally) of Discord voice chat, support for VRR in 1440p, and new options for organizing your toy library. But without further ado, let’s see together the three news to remember from this Wednesday, March 8, 2023.
Starfield is coming to consoles and PC on September 6, 2023
It’s now official. Starfield, the long-awaited space RPG from Bethesda, will land on our consoles and PC on September 6, 2023. The news was confirmed by the studio via a trailer posted on YouTube. Moreover, Fallout dads are meeting players for a special event on June 11, 2023.
To know more : Starfield will be released on September 6, 2023, it’s official
A smartphone receives an update 7 years after its release
If usually, the majority of smartphone manufacturers are content to offer software monitoring for 3 years (4 years for Samsung and Oppo), other brands are doing much better in this area. This is particularly the case of Fairphone which has just published an update for the Fairphone 2a device launched in 2015, a record in the Android universe.
To know more : This Android smartphone receives a final update 7 years after its release, a record
Elon Musk makes startling claims about self-driving
Elon Musk is known to be the man of a thousand promises… which he does not always keep. Fervent defender of autonomous driving, the billionaire made astonishing remarks about this technology during a conference in the United States. Indeed, he announced that the next generation of Tesla would be “almost” autonomous. An appreciable nuance, especially when you know the problems that the brand encounters with Autopilot and FSD.
To know more : Tesla – Elon Musk half-heartedly admits that his future models will not be fully autonomous