Good Morning! We have separated the main news from the world of science and technology for you to know everything that happened last Wednesday (18). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.

1. The 12-year-old died while doing a ‘blackout challenge’ on TikTok. A 12-year-old Argentinian girl was found dead after she made a TikTok challenge for her friends on air.

2. ‘Gemidão do Zap’ is broadcast live by the BBC for 15 minutes. While broadcasting a football match, the BBC Sport team were surprised by a joke made with ‘gemidão do Zap’.

3. Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra: specs and prices leak ahead of announcement. It is said that the new Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra have already revealed the technical page in addition to the European prices.

4. Netflix releases the movie schedule for 2023; see the full list. Highlights include Rescue 2 (the sequel to one of the most-watched movies on the platform) and the sequel to Mystery in the Mediterranean, starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston.

5. Nubank launches an additional credit card at zero cost. Extra Nubank credit card can be used by family, friends and even minors; check the rules!

6. Microsoft has approved the layoff of 10,000 employees. Tech giant Microsoft has cut nearly 5% of its global workforce.

7. Apple is confirming iOS 16.3 next week. The new iOS 16.3, which will be released next week, will bring a host of bug fixes for iPhone users.

8. Bitcoin starts 2023 with a recovery and a 22% price increase. The Bitcoin cryptocurrency has held steady in the $21,000 range for the past few days.

9. The smart spoon promises to enhance the taste of food. SpoonTEK is recommended for those on a salt- or sugar-reduced diet, as well as those seeking new taste experiences.

10. See what 6 extinct animals would look like when they were alive. Known as ‘Paleorex’, the paleoartist made some illustrations of what these creatures would have looked like if they had lived in the modern era.

Source: Tec Mundo

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