Announcement of Google I / O, Messenger on Facebook and Realme detained in France

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Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? This is what marked Tuesday, September 29: the announcement of Google I / O, the messaging system that would return to the Facebook application and Realme stopped in France. To not miss any news, remember to subscribe to the Frandroid newsletter.

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Pixel, Android 14, AI revolution: Google sets a date for its conference with a lot at stake

As every year, Google will organize, in the spring, its annual conference dedicated to the developers of its ecosystem, the Google I/O. Now we know when the event will take place in 2023. In fact, it is from May 10 that Google will present its main news for Android, for Google Maps or for Chrome. This year, more than the others, should be marked by the arrival of conversational AI with expected announcements around Bard.

Facebook will reintroduce an important function exclusive to Messenger

While messaging disappeared from the Facebook app many years ago, it’s starting to make a comeback on the social network. In fact, Meta has explained that he has worked to reintegrate this functionality, available only in Messenger since 2016, to make his social network more attractive. At the moment, only a few users have been selected, but this testing phase could precede a more global rollout if it proves conclusive.

But where has Realme gone in France?

While the Oppo group brand continues to launch new products in China, there is no news from Realme in France. And for good reason: according to our information, the manufacturer’s French branch is closed and its general manager in France is about to leave. Therefore, many unanswered questions remain about the future of the brand in France.

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