Android users started their week with a very big bug on their smartphone, computers running Windows 10 will soon discover new icons and Free is launching an offer to appeal to professionals. A look back at a lively Tech week.
Huge bug for Android smartphone users
During the night of Monday 22 March to Tuesday 23 March, Google experienced a big problem on Android which affected a lot of users. Many applications have crashed for no reason and at random, including Gmail or Google Pay, but also heavily used third-party apps. Owners of Samsung smartphones have been particularly affected. And one fault: Android System Webview, quickly corrected. Google quickly explained the origin of the problem and implemented solutions.
Windows 10: File Explorer changes its icons
Microsoft has updated the Insider version of Windows 10 for developers. The new version offers a redesign of many icons, especially in the file explorer. A new element of the aesthetic redesign expected in the coming months under the code name Sun Valley.
Free launches its Pro offer
Long awaited, it is finally here: the Free Pro offer to compete with those of Orange or SFR. Xavier Niel made the presentation this week and it should appeal to many small and large companies. A subscription that includes a fiber optic internet box with 4G as well as a 4G / 5G mobile plan for 49.99 euros / month without obligation with an introductory offer at 39.99 euros the first year.
Video of the week: what could the Nintendo Switch “Pro” look like?
The test of the week: Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro has passed into the hands of the editors and it seems promised a great commercial success like many of its predecessors. To please the public, this model is equipped with a 120 Hz AMOLED screen, a main 108 megapixel photo sensor and a large battery. What to claim as the best smartphone under 300 euros?