Didn't have time to follow the news yesterday? Here is what marked Thursday, October 29: the new certificate of displacement during confinement, Trump which gives way to Huawei and Microsoft which is preparing an update of Windows 10. To not miss any news, consider subscribing to the Frandroid newsletter.

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Huawei Mate 40 Pro front face // Source: Arnaud Gelineau – Frandroid

Certificate of movement during confinement: form on smartphone, PDF, Word and the TousAntiCovid application

That's it, since last night, the second confinement has entered into force throughout France. As last March, people who wish to travel exceptionally, and for valid reasons, will have to complete a travel certificate. This can be done on plain or printed paper, but also filled in directly from your smartphone with export to PDF format. Small novelty for this reconfinement, the TousAntiCovid application will provide direct access to the certificate. A way for the Government to highlight its application for monitoring contact cases.

Huawei breathes: the US embargo eases a bit

Huawei has been in trouble for a year and a half. The Chinese manufacturer, victim of the US embargo, can no longer use Google services, but is also limited in the supply of the various components of these smartphones. Finally, good news fell on Thursday, as it became known that the Trump administration had slipped in. Huawei will now be able to source chips again, as long as they are not linked to 5G. Huawei will once again be able to source its Kirin chips from ARM and Sony for its photo sensors.

Windows 10 ++: Microsoft is working on a design overhaul for 2021, codenamed "Sun Valley"

It has now been more than five years since Microsoft launched the last major version of its operating system, Windows 10. If the publisher intends to stay on the same version in the future, it would however foresee a leap forward in the next months: Windows 10 ++. It would actually be a major change to the Windows user interface, be it the Start menu or the file explorer. The idea would be to make the whole system much more coherent. The update is reportedly scheduled for late next year.

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