Did you not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what stood out on Wednesday March 31: Google wants to take care of your paperwork, Xiaomi is launching its Mi TV Q1 television in France and Google is reportedly preparing Pixel Buds A headphones. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the newsletter Frandroid.
Google Stack: an AI-boosted app that handles your paperwork for you
Are you tired of having to manually store and sort your documents, or sort them once scanned? It is precisely these tedious tasks that Google wants to tackle. The firm has indeed launched an experimental application in the United States, called Google Stack. This allows you to take all the necessary photos in order to scan them, then will automatically put them away according to what she understands. The application also makes it easy to find files on Google Drive thanks to text recognition.
Xiaomi Mi TV Q1: launch and price in France of the 75-inch QLED TV
Xiaomi announced on Wednesday the launch in France of its latest television, the Mi TV Q1. This is a 75-inch diagonal 4K TV with QLED backlighting. On the occasion of the launch, it is offered at a price of 999 euros before seeing its price increase to 1799 euros. Note also that the Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 benefits from an HDMI 2.1 socket and HDR10 + and Dolby Vision compatibility. We have already been able to test it and as much say that it has serious arguments to make.
Google Pixel Buds A: Google’s next True Wireless headphones will be cheaper
After its Pixel Buds wireless headphones, Google is reportedly looking to expand its audio range. The 9to5Google site indicates that it has obtained information about future Google Pixel Buds A headphones. These would take a design similar to previous models, but with a serious advantage: their price. The suffix “a” at Google, already used for smartphones, signs the range of more accessible products. We could find out much more in the spring, during the Google I / O conference.[ytpu:5QzeGBoaj2k]