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

1. Google and Alura launch free Artificial Intelligence course; See how to sign up. In the free course, the best 10 projects created during the lessons to be given in May will be rewarded.

2. Baby Rena: Real-life pervert considering suing Netflix and claiming to be a victim. The woman who inspired Martha claims that the Baby Reindeer was created as an act of oppression against her.

3. Too many clothes: Players accuse Stellar Blade of censorship and demand refunds. Some players are unhappy with Stellar Blade, which reportedly censored some outfits upon launch, and are asking for a refund.

4. Apple forced many Apple ID users to log out on Saturday (27); to understand. A potential security improvement logged out multiple users’ accounts, even affecting individual app accounts.

5. Google I/O 2024: Android 15, Gemini, Pixel 8a and more; Let’s see what to expect! The Google I/O conference will take place on May 14 and promises to bring many exciting announcements; See everything that could happen!

6. There is a bug in WhatsApp that prevents videos from being sent to Android. The issue appears to affect the latest versions of the messaging app, including the build rolled out to WhatsApp Beta testers.

7. The USA decided that Elon Musk’s posts on X, formerly known as Twitter, will continue to be monitored. The United States Supreme Court dismissed Elon Musk’s lawsuit, which will proceed with publications monitored by the SEC.

8. Added a button to Google Wallet that provides access to personal information. The user’s personal information is no longer displayed on the main screen, but is hidden in a special section.

9. Is Logan wearing a mask in Deadpool and Wolverine? The video shows what it will look like. Logan’s mask, which was never used in the movie, may appear briefly in Deadpool & Wolverine.

10. Is the “rule of thumb” true regarding nuclear explosions in the Fallout series? It is claimed that the method mentioned in the series will help you determine whether you are at risk of exposure to radiation.

Source: Tec Mundo

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