TotemoTech - 2023-06-29


Hello and welcome to today’s news from TotemoTech on June 29th, 2023. In today’s news, Insta360 has launched a new action camera called Insta360 GO 3. This camera continues the concept of a compact body and charging case combination, but the case has been updated with a flip-style touch display, known as the ‘Action Pod.’ This allows for easier control and viewing of captured footage.

Moving on to our next story, Iris Ohyama has released a mask called DAILY FIT MASK Filter+, which incorporates their unique filter technology derived from home appliances. This mask aims to provide improved breathability while offering effective filtration against airborne particles.

Now, let’s talk about a new service called ‘Era-beru Chizu Shop’ provided by Visica. This smartphone app allows users to generate customized maps based on their specific needs and print them at convenience stores. It’s a convenient solution for those who require a variety of maps for different purposes.

Next up, Risk Monster conducted a survey on which Japanese electrical company people would like to marry into. The results showed a Japanese electrical manufacturer surpassing Google in popularity. The survey sheds light on the desired workplaces for potential spouses.

Shifting gears, let’s discuss the utilization of public cloud services in Japan and how AWS perceives it. While the demand for cloud services in the public sector is increasing, there are concerns about the potential flow of valuable Japanese information overseas. We delve into AWS’s perspective on the Japanese market, including their response to such opinions.

In a surprising turn of events, Twitter API suddenly removed the paid feature for obtaining followers and followings without any prior announcement. Developers have criticized this unexpected change, as the functionality has disappeared from the official documentation. As of June 28th, X, the provider of Twitter API, has not made any statements regarding this matter.

Moving on, the Creator Economy Association has established a ‘Counter Defamation and Harassment Task Force.’ This task force includes creators from UUUM, ANYCOLOR, and Cover, as well as platform providers such as Google Japan and note, along with experts. They will work together to address issues related to defamation and harassment faced by creators.

Lastly, NTT Docomo has announced the discontinuation of the ‘d払い (d-barai)’ point redemption program known as ‘Step Up Bonus.’ This program, which provided bonus points for d払い users, will come to an end by the end of August.

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