Hasn’t gotten enough time to take notice of the news yesterday? Here’s what stood out on Wednesday, January 4th: a new Volkswagen electric sedan announced at CES, a lighting kit for the back of the TV and Microsoft would try to integrate ChatGPT with Bing.
The Nanoleaf 4D kit gives the illusion that it looks beautiful and gives a clear view of the universe.
When the Mercedes-Benz CES held in Las Vegas, the German car manufacturer launched its first fully electric sedan: the Volkswagen ID. With an anticipated distance of 700 km on the WLTP cycle, this car has robust claims. Among those with ID.3, ID.4, ID.5, and ID.Buzz. The sedan, with its wheelbase of 2,97 meters and its length of 4.94 meters, is very wide. In the autumn of 2023, the new Volkswagen ID.7 is expected to be launched in Europe, at a price which hasn’t yet been announced but expected between 50 and 70,000 euros.
The bright 300kg TV kit is a no-cost investment.
At the CES 2023, the connected lighting maker Nanoleaf introduced new products that could be used by other individuals using non-Philips televisions. The brand has indeed presented the 4D Nanoleaf, a LED strip kit that can be attached to the back of your TV for an effect similar to those of Ambilight technology. In order to accomplish that, Nanoleaf uses a camera that analyzes the image on the screen and produces the light in its tints. As well as a connected lighting, it is possible to synchronize all the light stains in the living room with the brightness of the light strip.
Microsoft is likely to merge Bing and ChatGPT to kill Google.
For a few weeks, the ChatGPT bot has gotten the attention of Microsoft. It’s been quite popular since 2000. According to The Information, Redmond has decided to integrate a conversational robot in Bing. The deployment would start before the end of March and allow Bing to differentiate itself from Google with more clearer answers not only to queries but also to queries from the Internet user.
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