TotemoTech - 2023-04-23


Welcome to TotemoTech on April 23, 2023. Let’s take a look at today’s news headlines from Japan.

In a recent update, Adobe has added an AI-based noise reduction feature to Lightroom. To test its effectiveness, they used photos with extreme high sensitivity levels to see how it differs from the traditional noise reduction feature. The results are impressive.

The term “software-defined vehicle” has been gaining popularity lately, referring to cars that provide a different user experience and value through software. Tesla is a prime example of this, with regular updates and new features added via GitHub. It’s fascinating to see how software is transforming the automotive industry.

AI Hiro Yuki, a popular internet personality in Japan, has been earning an hourly wage of ¥14,273 through tips from his fans. He attributes his success to being able to say things that sound convincing, even if they may not be entirely accurate. It’s interesting to see how people are finding new ways to make a living in the digital age.

Arc, an accessory brand, has released a new iPhone case called the “Mirror Model,” which provides minimal protection while keeping the phone’s surface shiny and reflective. It’s a unique approach to phone protection that may appeal to those who prefer a sleek and minimalist design.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of ZOIDS, an anime series from 1999, Takara Tomy will be streaming the show for free on their YouTube channel starting May 1st. It’s an excellent opportunity for fans to relive the nostalgia of the series or discover it for the first time.

The CTO of AbemaTV recently shared some insights into why their infrastructure was able to handle the massive traffic during the 2022 FIFA World Cup. It’s fascinating to see how technology can be used to ensure a seamless and enjoyable user experience.

A VTuber affiliated with ANYCOLOR, Amicia Michella, recently had her YouTube account hacked, resulting in the account being suspended and her videos becoming unplayable. It’s a reminder of the importance of online security and the potential risks of being a content creator.

NTT East and NTT West have announced plans to discontinue their “Flets ADSL” service in areas where they do not provide “Flets Hikari” fiber optic service. The decision is due to a decline in users. It’s a sign of the shift towards mobile services and the increasing demand for faster and more reliable internet connections.

That’s all for today’s news headlines from Japan on TotemoTech. Tune in next time for more tech news from around the world.

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