New Free offering in preparation, lack of transparency on the fiber and new interface of Chrome – Tech'spresso



You did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here's what marked Thursday, March 21: Free would prepare a new fixed offer, the UFC Que Choisir militates for a faster deployment of the fiber and Google Chrome is getting a new look. Do not miss out on any news, consider signing up for the FrAndroid newsletter.

After Freebox One and Freebox Delta, Free is already preparing a new fixed offer
To get out of the crisis, Free would prepare to launch a new offer on fixed, after the Freebox One, Freebox Delta and Freebox Delta S launched in late 2018.

Faced with the slow deployment of fiber, UFC Que Choisir launches tools to measure your flow
The consumer protection association UFC Que Choisir gave this Thursday its study on the quality of fixed Internet in France. The association deplores in particular a digital divide and a lack of transparency on the part of the public authorities.

Google Chrome on Android: the new interface is being deployed
We already had early signs that a new interface for Google Chrome on Android was being developed. It is currently deployed, and transfers most of the functionality of the browser to the bottom of your screen.
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