Android 13 on Samsung devices, Supercharger price drops and Alexa in bad shape

Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Wednesday, November 23: five new Samsung devices are entitled to Android 13, Tesla is lowering the price of its Superchargers and Alexa is in bad shape at Amazon. To not miss any news, remember to subscribe to the Frandroid newsletter.

A Tesla Supercharger // Source: Frandroid

Android 13 update: these five Samsung devices will upgrade to One UI 5

At Samsung, the bet is clear by the end of the year: to offer the deployment of Android 13, via One UI 5, on all its compatible smartphones and tablets. The pace is now accelerating with the deployment of Android 13 on two tablets and three smartphones from the Korean manufacturer. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, Tab S7 Plus, A71, F62 and S21 FE are thus concerned.

Superchargers: Tesla announces a radical price drop that is pleasing

After a rise in the price of Superchargers, Tesla seems to have reduced the sails. As a reminder, in recent weeks the kilowatt has increased to 60 cents on the terminals of the American manufacturer. However, overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday, the rate seems to have returned to that which prevailed several weeks ago. In France, the average tariff is thus 32 cents per kWh in off-peak hours and 36 cents per kWh in peak hours.

Alexa: why the future of Amazon’s voice assistant smells scorched

We learned this week that Amazon had cut around 10,000 jobs. Largely targeted, the team behind Alexa and the Echo speakers. The website Business Insider returned in a long investigation of Amazon’s approximations and lack of vision around its voice assistant. A lack of vision that does not bode well for the future of the firm’s voice assistant.

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