The Galaxy S23 is formalized, Orange/Sosh increases its prices and Toyota does not believe in electric ones

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We take stock of the most important technological news of the week. Galaxy Unpacked, price increase for Orange and Sosh packages and Toyota’s anti-electric car platform.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, S23 Plus and S23 // Source: Arnaud Gelineau – Frandroid

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The last week of January and the first week of February were particularly dense with news in the world of technology. The highlight of the period was of course the Samsung conference on Wednesday 1 February.

Galaxy S23 and Galaxy Book: Samsung hits hard

Samsung has opened the waltz of premium smartphones for 2023! During its Galaxy Unpacked, the South Korean manufacturer presented its new range, the Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra. Is not sufficient ? That’s good, there’s a bit left as it was also an opportunity to reveal new laptops: Galaxy Book 3 and Book 3 Ultra.

We had the opportunity to take the Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra by hand as well as get closer to the Galaxy Book 3 (Ultra). Enough to give you all our impressions of them.

Orange/Sosh raises prices

We already knew this, but now Orange announces a price increase directly to its customers for all its packages, whether fixed or mobile. Thus, subscribers will have to pay one or two euros more each month to access the same service. The blame, according to Orange, to an increase in the operating costs of the network.

Those who do not wish to pay this additional cost can unsubscribe free of charge for four months.


The electric car, a vision of the future? For Toyota, not at all! At least for Gill Pratt, chief scientist of the Japanese brand. According to him, the upcoming shortage of lithium, a compound used in batteries, limits the move from our cars to fully electric ones. However, there are many nuances to contribute to this.

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