Twitter changes its name, the digital vital card arrives in certain French departments, this is the recap ‘of the week

X takes over from Twitter, some lucky ones can now take advantage of the digital vital card, a new very practical sidebar in Google Maps, this is the recap of the week.

Could we one day go to Mars in two months? This is what Pulsar Fusion is working on. While some French departments can claim to download the digital vital card, the first benchmarks of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 are starting to appear on the web. If you use Google Maps on Android Auto, you will be delighted to discover the new sidebar which will allow you to access certain buttons directly from the interface.

Say goodbye to the name “Twitter”, X is coming!

The former CEO of Twitter has just officially announced that the name of the network would disappear, in favor of X. This name is reminiscent of, but also SpaceX or Tesla’s Model X. With X, Elon Musk wants to develop an “all-in-one” application that will bring together social network services, voice and text messaging, rental sharing, photos, videos and even mobile payment.

Read: Twitter becomes X, Elon Musk definitively buries the blue bird

Pulsar Fusion creates a revolutionary new type of engine

Pulsar Fusion, the company specializing in the design of nuclear fusion engines, is currently working on the creation of a revolutionary engine that would send people to Mars in just 2 months. The company has been working on this propulsion system for 10 years. Pulsar Fusion plans to test its new engine next year.

Read: From Earth to Mars in 60 days, this revolutionary rocket engine could do it

Credits – Satellite Evolution Group

Find out how to benefit from the digital vital card

The digital vital card finally arrives on our smartphones. The application, still in beta version, is now available on iOS and Android in certain French departments. To be eligible, you must live in one of these departments, be over 16 years old and of course be affiliated with the MSA, MGEN or Health Insurance. Go to our news to find out how to activate your account.

Read: The digital vital card is coming to Android and iOS, how to take advantage of it

Credits – Health insurance

We take stock of the benchmarks of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5

A few days before their official launch, Geekbench 5, Geekbench 6, AnTuTu, GFXBench and 3DMark measured the performance of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5. The first benchmarks reveal that Samsung’s new foldable smartphones should appeal to consumers thanks to their great power. Do not hesitate to take a look at our news to know the exact results of the tests.

Read: The Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 already unveil their first benchmarks, here are the results


Google Maps on Android Auto becomes even more practical

A new feature is coming to Google Maps and will improve the driving experience for motorists. Indeed, a new sidebar will allow users to access all essential buttons directly from the interface. We will find there the compass, the zoom on the map, the voice navigation or the Settings button.

Read: Android Auto: Google Maps gets a new, even more practical sidebar

Our tests of the week

Acer Predator Helios 16: the gaming machine of the moment

This notebook is a monster of power that will seduce you with its pretty design and impeccable finish. We love its bright and responsive screen, as well as its large backlit keyboard. For a PC gamer, the autonomy is very good and the cooling system is impressive. Be careful, the charger block is bulky and heavy and the fans make noise at full power. We regret the absence of woofer. Besides these few flaws, it is a perfect PC for gamers but also for digital creatives.

Read: Acer Predator Helios 16 review: the power… and the breath of Godzilla

Huawei Watch 4 Pro: an imperfect but attractive connected watch

The design of the Huawei Watch 4 Pro could be divisive because it is an imposing watch, however everyone should agree that Huawei has relied on high-end materials. During our test, we appreciated its large AMOLED screen, its fast and fluid navigation, its tracking functions and its satisfactory autonomy. Among the faults that bothered us, we can cite the reflections of the screen in bright weather, the inaccessible functions under Android and iOS or even the understanding of the Celia assistant to be improved.

Read: Huawei Watch 4 Pro test: would the connected watch of all superlatives do too much?

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