The Tamagotchi is back as a connected watch, the prices of graphics cards are finally falling, Windows 11 and all its predecessors still use interface elements dating from at least 1990, this is the recap of the day!
The weekend begins and you want to check if you are up to date with the latest news. You’ve come to the right place in today’s recap!
BANDAI MODERNIZES THE TAMAGOTCHI WITH A CONNECTED WATCH
For its 25-year career, Bandai is modernizing its famous Tamagoshi in the form of a connected watch , called Tamagotchi Smart. Many new features have been added: the user will be able to interact with his little companion using the voice or the touch screen. The watch will also be equipped with a camera, a pedometer, a digital clock and it will even be possible to listen to music thanks to its built-in speaker. The release is scheduled for November 23, 2021, in Japan only, and we will have to wait to see if the little beast will be offered to other countries around the world.
DECLINING GRAPHICS CARD PRICES SUGGEST THE END OF THE SHORTAGE
According to Computer Base, a German specialist media outlet, the average price of most graphics cards is gradually falling, slowly approaching the recommended retail price. These indicators suggest that the end of the Nvidia and AMD card shortage is fast approaching . This turnaround is mainly due to the collapse of the price of Ether (ETH), which is mined by graphics cards.
WINDOWS 11 CONTAINS DIALOGS INHERITED FROM WINDOWS 3.1