TotemoTech - 2023-07-08


Hello and welcome to today’s news from TotemoTech on July 8th, 2023. In today’s news, we have some interesting stories from the tech and entertainment world.

First up, the mystery behind the Threads logo has been solved. The round and curvy logo of Threads, the messaging app by Meta, has been revealed. Adam Mosseri, the CEO of Meta, explained the inspiration behind the design.

Moving on to our next story, the highly anticipated film ‘How Do You Live?’ by Studio Ghibli is set to have an IMAX release. This will be the first time an IMAX screening is available for a Studio Ghibli film. Fans are excited to experience the stunning visuals on the big screen.

In other news, NEC has announced the introduction of AWS Outposts, which allows customers to utilize AWS services in their on-premises environments. This move aims to support service development and digital transformation efforts.

Nintendo Switch enthusiasts will be delighted to hear that a collection of LD games from the 1980s will be released for the console. The package includes popular titles such as ‘Time Gal,’ ‘Space Battleship Yamato,’ and ‘Ninja Hayate.’ Gamers can look forward to reliving the nostalgia of these classic games.

According to IDC Japan, the domestic cloud market is expected to exceed 7 trillion yen in 2023, surpassing the size of the traditional IT market. This growth reflects the increasing adoption of cloud services in enterprise IT.

As the summer heat continues, Panasonic has shared tips on how to save electricity when using air conditioners and refrigerators. By following their energy-saving techniques, users can save over 10,000 yen annually.

And finally, train enthusiasts can look forward to the release of the second installment of the ‘Densha de GO! PLUG & PLAY’ console. This time, it features six different models of the Sanyo Shinkansen. Get ready to simulate the train-driving experience from the comfort of your home.

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