Good morning! We have separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so that you know everything that happened last Tuesday (16). Just click on the links below to check out each news in its entirety.

1. Emmys 2024: See the full list of winners and most awarded shows. See the full list of winners from both nights of the Emmys! The TV awards were dominated by series such as Succession, The Bear, Treta and The Last of Us.

2. Claro tv+ now offers Netflix subscription at no additional cost; To look. Claro’s streaming service Claro tv+ now offers customers ‘free’ subscriptions to Netflix and Globoplay; Check out!

3. Galaxy S24 is starting to be sold at a store in Mexico ahead of the announcement. The site listed a smaller-stock, simpler version of the Galaxy S24, but it has already taken the page offline.

4. Microsoft announced Copilot Pro, the paid version of its artificial intelligence assistant. Subscription unlocks Copilot across Microsoft suites, speeds up processing of chatbot responses, and more.

5. The study says that the Great Ring poses difficulties in understanding the universe. The discovery of an ultra-large cosmic structure called the Great Ring challenges astronomers’ understanding of the universe.

6. Google Maps gets a new form of Bluetooth navigation on Android. Google Maps’ new feature helps find and display routes even in tunnels.

7. Apple surpassed Samsung to become the leader in the mobile phone market in 2023. The report shows that Samsung has been surpassed by a rival for the first time since 2010.

8. According to Google, anonymous browsing does not prevent data collection. Google, which became the target of a billion-dollar collective action, began to announce that anonymous mode does not prevent data collection.

9. Solo Leveling: Gets dubbed anime trailer and release date; Check out! The Solo Leveling anime will also be available with a Portuguese dub after the subtitled version is released. Check the date!

10. Jet fuel made from human feces could revolutionize this segment. Discover how a British company is turning human waste into innovative aviation fuel.

Source: Tec Mundo

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