Didn’t have time to catch up on the news yesterday? Here’s what emerged on Wednesday, January 4: the new electric sedan Volkswagen announced at CES, devices to connect to the back of the TV and Microsoft would try to integrate ChatGPT with Bing. In order not to miss any information, remember subscribe to the Frandroid newsletter.
Volkswagen ID.7: a new electric sedan with more freedom than the Tesla Model 3
During CES in Las Vegas, German automaker Volkswagen unveiled its first partially electric sedan, Volkswagen ID.7. Completing the line-up alongside the ID.3, ID.4, ID.5 and ID.Buzz in particular, this car has serious claims with a declared range of 700 km on the WLTP cycle. The sedan is also very wide with a wheelbase of 2.97 meters and a length of 4.94 meters. The new Volkswagen ID.7 will be launched in autumn 2023 in Europe, at a price that has not yet been announced, but is expected to be between 50 and 70,000 euros.
No more Ambilight with this bright $100 4D TV set
Also at CES 2023, integrated lighting maker Nanoleaf unveiled a new product that could appeal to owners of non-Philips televisions. The brand has really delivered Nanoleaf 4D, a set of LED strips that can be attached to the back of your TV to produce an effect similar to Ambilight technology. To do this, Nanoleaf uses a camera that will analyze the image on the screen and emit light on its tints. In addition, the integrated lighting requires, it is possible to synchronize the colors of all the lights in the living room with those of the light zone.
Microsoft is reportedly working on merging Bing and ChatGPT to kill Google
Especially popular for several weeks, the ChatGPT bot, which allows you to chat with real delivery, seems to have caught the attention of Microsoft. According to News, the Redmond company decidedintegrating chat bots into its search engine, Bing. The rollout would begin before the end of March and would allow Bing to differentiate itself from Google with clearer answers not only to questions, but also to questions from Internet users.
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