TotemoTech - 2024-03-11


Hello and welcome to today’s news from TotemoTech on March 11th, 2024. In today’s news, GitHub, the popular code hosting platform, is facing a major security issue. Over 100,000 malicious repositories have been discovered, posing a risk of password leaks if infected. Cybersecurity companies are urging users to be cautious and vigilant.

Switching gears, Nintendo has announced that a sequel to the Super Mario movie is in the works. The sequel, produced in collaboration with Illumination, is set to be released in April 2026. Nintendo promises to expand the beloved world of Mario and deliver a bright and enjoyable experience.

Moving on, Pokémon GO enthusiasts will be thrilled to know that the highly anticipated GO Fest will be held in Sendai this year. The real-world event, scheduled from May 30th to June 2nd, promises exciting activities and surprises for trainers. Early bird tickets for the event sold out immediately, highlighting the immense popularity of the game.

Shifting focus to the world of manga, the manga series ‘Let’s Play with Numbers’ has received the prestigious 69th Shogakukan Manga Award. Despite being a comic about math, the series incorporates humor and has garnered attention from both math enthusiasts and casual readers.

In gaming news, the critically acclaimed game ‘Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin’ will be adapted into a TV anime series. P.A.WORKS, the production company behind the anime, revealed that they have been cultivating rice in preparation for the adaptation since last year. The game’s realistic depiction of rice farming has captivated players and now the story will be brought to life on television.

In the world of photography, Fujifilm has released a new high-end compact camera called the ‘X100VI’. This camera features a classic design and is equipped with image stabilization to reduce hand tremors. Despite the dominance of smartphones and mirrorless cameras, Fujifilm aims to cater to photography enthusiasts who prefer the compact form factor.

Lastly, Leica, the renowned German camera manufacturer, has unveiled its latest full-frame mirrorless camera, the ‘SL3’. The camera boasts a compact and lightweight body while offering an impressive 60-megapixel resolution and the ability to shoot 8K videos. The Leica SL3 will be available for purchase starting March 16th at a price of 1.1 million yen on the company’s online store.

That’s all for today’s news. Stay tuned for more updates on the world of technology and innovation. Visit for the news, yen exchange rates, and a daily Japanese proverb.

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