Good morning! We have separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so that you know everything that happened last Thursday (11). Just click on the links below to check out each news in its entirety.

1. Apple warns users in 92 countries about spyware attacks on iPhone; See how to protect yourself. Apple did not disclose details of the attack but found that it targeted iPhones; see the details!

2. The Fallout series is now available on Prime Video! Learn all about production. Eight episodes of Fallout, one of Amazon’s most popular series of 2024, are currently available on Prime Video.

3. The breach in LG Smart TVs allows the hacking of more than 90 thousand devices. A vulnerability in some versions of webOS could lead to unauthorized access and ‘hijacking’ of devices.

4. Elon Musk admits to using fake child accounts on X/Twitter. In one of his posts, the billionaire said he wanted to go to nightclubs but ‘they weren’t big enough’.

5. Epic Games is releasing a great game for free this Thursday (11th)! Use it now. Epic Games Store released another great game for free this Thursday (11), the acclaimed Ghostrunner. Check out everything about the game and see if it’s worth it!

6. Google Photos will release AI editing features for all users. Magic Editor, which was previously exclusive to Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, is one of the functions that will be free on the platform.

7. Intel opened its official store at Mercado Livre; There are up to 52% discounts on chips. The Intel store catalog at Mercado Livre includes processors and video cards, including the latest versions; Check out!

8. Instagram announced the feature to blur ‘nude photos’ sent to minors. In addition to this measure, Instagram announced that both the sender and the recipient will receive messages to raise awareness about sending such files to other people; To look!

9. Microsoft warns Windows 10 users: support will only last until October 2025. The company’s recommendation is for the community to move to Windows 11, which is still experiencing slow adoption.

10. The 10 most listened to songs of the 20th century on streaming platforms. Songs such as Smells Like Teen Spirit and Bohemian Rhapsody, which have been successful in recent years, continue to be among the favorites of the listeners.

Source: Tec Mundo

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