Friday, March 5

Yamaha electric scooter on approach, LastPass Free becomes limited, next Windows update will be minor

Did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here’s what stood out on Wednesday, February 17: Yamaha could launch an featured electric scooter in 2019, LastPass is getting limited for its free use, and Microsoft’s future update will be minor. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.

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Electric scooter: the 125cc Yamaha EC01 is approaching commercialization

Already announced two years ago, the Yamaha EC01 electric scooter has not yet been marketed by the Japanese manufacturer. So much so that we could believe until then that it was only a concept. However, as insurer Bennetts reveals, the scooter could well be released this year. Yamaha has in fact registered the E01 trademark with the European Intellectual Property Office. Something to reassure about a possible marketing of two-wheelers.

Smartphone or PC: LastPass Free will force you to choose to stay free

Until now, one of the main advantages of LastPass over competing password managers has been that it is free. It could indeed be used on both PC and smartphone without spending a single penny. However, in a month this will no longer be possible. Users of the free version of the platform will have to choose between an installation on their PC or their smartphone, but not on both. To use the software on both types of devices, you will need to upgrade to the Premium subscription, at three euros per month.

Windows 10 21H1 will be a minor update: changes will wait

Like every semester, Microsoft is planning a new update for its operating system, Windows 10. That of the first semester, soberly called Windows 10 21H1, should however be a minor update, without major changes compared to the previous one. According to Windows Central, it will indeed be necessary to wait for the second update of the year, 21H2, to take advantage of more substantial updates. For the first, Microsoft would be satisfied with fixes and very rare new features.

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