Good morning! We have separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so that you know everything that happened last Wednesday (03). Just click on the links below to check out each news in its entirety.

1. Has WhatsApp crashed? Users are complaining that they are having difficulty sending messages this Wednesday (03). Did WhatsApp crash? The service is experiencing malfunctions this Wednesday (03)!

2. Google has opened applications for a technology internship program in Brazil. Open positions for Computer Science students are offered in São Paulo (SP) and Belo Horizonte (MG).

3. The Good Doctor: The fan-favorite character dies in the final season. The fifth episode of this season of The Good Doctor promises to divide those who follow the series.

4. Amazon used Indians to verify purchases on ‘futuristic’ marketplaces; to understand. Amazon’s system called ‘Just Walk Out’, which eliminates the need to complete purchases at checkout, has actually had more than a thousand Indians measured; Check out!

5. Correios adjusted service prices today by 4.39% (03); see new values. From this Wednesday (03), all shipping methods offered by the Post Office will cost more; check prices!

6. Korea’s ‘artificial sun’ produces a record with 100 million degree plasma. A nuclear test in South Korea set a new record; Researchers produced a ball of plasma at 100 million degrees for almost 50 seconds.

7. TSMC had to suspend work in its chip factories after the earthquake in Taiwan. TSMC employees were evacuated in some areas, but returned to work after inspections.

8. ROG Strix: ASUS’s new gaming laptops feature the 14th generation Intel chip. The devices have a GeForce RTX 40 series GPU, advanced cooling system and up to 32 GB of RAM.

9. ASUS launches new laptops from the TUF Gaming family; see prices and details. TUF Gaming A16 and F15 models feature a GeForce RTX 40 series GPU, Intel or AMD chip, and rugged design.

10. Brazilian psychologist received UN award. Dr. Roselene Espírito Santo Wagner received an award from the UN for her contributions to the field of neuropsychology.

Source: Tec Mundo

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