Good morning! We have separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so that you know everything that happened last Thursday (29). Just click on the links below to check out each news in its entirety.

1. Google Maps has released a function that displays the route on the lock screen of the mobile phone. Available for Android and iOS, the Google Maps function allows you to follow your route in real time without having to unlock your mobile phone.

2. Epic Games is releasing its new free game! Use it now. Continuing the weekly tradition, Epic Games Store released a new free game this Thursday (29th)! Check out the details and grab the opportunity to benefit!

3. This is the end! Transfers made through DOC and TEC in Brazil were closed yesterday (29). Payment methods at banks are no longer processed after space is lost to Pix.

4. Musical Oracle: Spotify launches feature that uses music to ‘predict the future’. The Musical Oracle is a Spotify game that ‘helps users make decisions’.

5. Kodak returns to Brazil with two instant cameras; check the details. With the launch of instant cameras, Kodak is returning to the country with two launches namely Mini Shot 3 Retro and Mini Shot 2 Retro; see details.

6. Dimo: Motorola launches a no-annual-fee credit card integrated into mobile phones. The service only works on the manufacturer’s smartphones and already offers special offers to customers.

7. Tim Cook guarantees Apple will launch ‘revolutionary’ generative AI in 2024. The CEO assures that the service will be optimized on Mac and will have productivity and problem-solving functions.

8. WhatsApp is testing pop-up functionality for conversations on PC. The functionality is being tested by WhatsApp Beta testers on PC.

9. According to the research, YouTube became the most watched video platform in Brazil in 2023. A survey by Kantar Ibope shows that the service is performing better than rivals such as Netflix and TikTok.

10. Analysis shows that a 1,700-year-old egg still has fluid inside. A new development about an old, intact egg dating back 1,700 years, found in 2010: Researchers discovered that liquid was still preserved inside.

Source: Tec Mundo

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