#TechFriday n°1️⃣7️⃣3️⃣- Issue of 23/02/2024

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Good evening and welcome to #TechFriday, your weekly Tech news rendez-vous. This week, AI features make their way onto older models of Samsung devices, as well as older versions of Windows. For its part, WhatsApp introduces new ways of formatting a message, while Google refreshes the look of one of the web’s most consulted pages. The only thing left for us to do is to wish you happy reading. And don’t forget to share with others 😉

Galaxy AI features are coming to older Samsung models ✨

Although Galaxy AI was initially exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S24, a system update, One UI 6.1, will extend these capabilities to other Samsung devices. Features include communication tools, productivity functionalities, as well as creative options. Click here for full article

WhatsApp unveils new ways to format your messages 📨

WhatsApp lets you say goodbye to long, clunky paragraphs in your messages. With new formatting options such as bulleted or numbered lists, quotes and inline code, you can now make your discussions clearer. Click here for full article

Samsung turns its Galaxy Buds earphones into real-time universal interpreters 🎧

The next update for Samsung’s Galaxy S24 and Galaxy Buds Pro earphones will introduce a real-time translation function directly into the earphones. This feature allows translations to be listened to via the earphones, while enabling the caller to hear the translation via the phone’s speaker. Click here for full article

The magic eraser is coming to Windows 11 & Windows 10 🪄
A feature called « Generative Erasing », similar to Google Photos’ « Magic Eraser », is about to be integrated into the Windows Photos application. This feature removes unwanted elements from photos by using artificial intelligence to fill the empty space. Click here for full article
Google login page gets a new look 👀
Google announces a redesign of the account login page, with a more modern, horizontal design aligned with Material Design. The update, which is purely cosmetic, affects all Google users, personal or Workspaces, and will be fully rolled out by March 4. Click here for full article

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