TotemoTech - 2023-11-23


Hello and welcome to today’s news from TotemoTech on November 23rd, 2023. In today’s news, we have some interesting stories from the world of technology.

First up, we have a story about a photographer who loves cats and recently bought the new ‘α7C II’ camera. Choosing the right camera can be a difficult decision, especially when you have different shooting styles and scenes in mind. But for this cat-loving photographer, the ‘α7C II’ is the perfect companion.

Next, we move on to the world of gaming. Pokémon GO enthusiasts will be excited to know that the ‘Asakusa Route Eight Scenic Spots’ event will be starting on the 25th of November. Already, there are reports of limited Pokéstops appearing in the area, adding to the excitement of the event.

Switching gears, we have news from the world of LINE stamps. Aladdin X, the developer of the Nintendo Switch game ‘Suika Game,’ has released a new LINE stamp set called ‘Moving! Suika Game (Everyday Conversation 1).’ These stamps are priced slightly higher than the game itself, but fans of the game will surely enjoy using them in their chats.

Moving on, we have an interesting development in the world of VTubers. The VTuber agency ‘Hololive Production’ has introduced an AI chat software called ‘AI Koyori,’ which allows users to have interactive conversations with the virtual YouTuber ‘Haku-i Koyori.’ This innovative software was developed by a new graduate engineer, showcasing the advancements in AI technology.

Shifting our focus, we have news about a controversial app called ‘Kiroku.’ Originally known as a sexual consent app, it has now transformed into a web service. The app allows users to record their consensual sexual encounters, and the web service aims to provide a platform for discussing and understanding consent. The test version of the web service was launched on November 22nd, with the official version scheduled for release in mid-December.

Lastly, we have an educational service announcement from CTC Technology, a subsidiary of the Itochu Group. They have announced the launch of an educational service focused on app development using generative AI. The service aims to teach individuals how to leverage generative AI for app development, with a cost of ¥71,500 per person.

That’s it for today’s news from TotemoTech. Stay tuned for more updates on the latest technology trends and innovations. Visit for the news, yen exchange rates, and a daily Japanese proverb.

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