The weekend is coming, and with it comes a lot of exciting news. To go on a weekend with peace of mind, a Windows 11 update fixes no less than 25 bugs. For its part, the social network TikTok was fined 345 million euros for failing to protect children’s data. And if you’re the type to have your head in the clouds, take out your smartphone: NASA might need your photos to study UFOs. Come on, we won’t make you languish any longer, here’s what you should remember from the 3 most notable news stories from September 15, 2023.
Audi and Porsche recall electric cars for fear they could catch fire
Automakers Porsche and Audi have both ordered the recall of several models in their electric car lines. A problem has been identified with the sealant used on the high voltage battery. Because it is not as waterproof as it should be, there is a greater chance of liquid leaking in, increasing the risk of fire.
Read more: Porsche and Audi recall thousands of electric cars over fire risk
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 on PlayStation reveals New York City and it’s impressive
The sequel to Marvel’s Spider-Man is fast approaching. In a new trailer, PlayStation and Insomniac Games take us on a tour of New York City as it will be represented in the game. Twice as large as in the first title, it promises very long hours spent exploring it. the smallest nooks and crannies. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 will be released on October 20, 2023 on PS5.
Find out more: Marvel’s Spider-Man 2: the new trailer shows us New York City more incredible than ever
Microsoft’s Edge browser will translate PDFs automatically
Maybe you’ve forgotten about Microsoft’s Edge web browser since you’ve been using Chrome or Firefox. However, it is there and is regularly enriched with new features. Latest to date and not yet available to everyone: automatic translation of PDFs using optical recognition of the characters of the document.
Learn more: Microsoft Edge will soon offer automatic PDF translation functionality