Good morning! We’ve separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so you know everything that happened last Tuesday (04). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.

1. Netflix begins receiving the HBO Max series; See approved titles. Band of Brothers, Ballers, The Pacific and more will be featured in the Netflix catalog abroad, but may come to Brazil in the future.

2. Super Moon: See photos of the phenomenon around the world. It was possible to see the supermoon from 18:20 in various parts of Brazil; check the pictures.

3. Hackers claim to have stolen the data of 30 million Microsoft users. The profile responsible for removing the company’s services may even be selling its alleged database.

4. Topics: ‘Meta on Twitter’ is now available for download and is coming this week. The new social network will be officially launched next Thursday (6).

5. Volkswagen uses artificial intelligence to combine Elis Regina and Maria Rita in a viral ad online. The Volkswagen advertisement shows that Maria Rita uses ID.Buzz, the 100% electric version of the Kombi, while Elis appears in the pilot of the classic Kombi; Check out!

6. Studies say time flows 5 times slower in the early universe. By observing the brightness of quasars in the early universe, the researchers were able to measure time dilation up to a billion years after the Big Bang.

7. WhatsApp is testing sending video in high resolution and new look on Android. The beta version of the WhatsApp messaging app is already rolling out the changes to registered users.

8. TweetDeck will be exclusive to Twitter subscribers; to understand. The service version will be implemented within 30 days and will require social network verification to work.

9. Volkswagen ID.4: Electric SUV launched in Brazil for R$9,900 per month. At first, Volkswagen’s electric model will be available by subscription only; see details of new ID.4.

10. Sleep apnea: The Brazilian project chosen by WHO as a worldwide inspiring experience. A project run in Araguari (MG) is creating a sleep clinic to treat a disease that affects one billion people worldwide.

Source: Tec Mundo

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