Good morning! We’ve separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so you know everything that happened last Wednesday (08). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.
1. Netflix used CGI for Kiss in Certain People; look at the stage. Certain People stars Jonah Hill and Lauren London didn’t actually kiss during the Netflix movie that required the use of CGI.
2. Philips launches the brand’s first sleep headset, the N7808. Among the new models released by Philips, the N7808 earphones that come to the fore and offer solutions to sleep problems were.
3. A potentially life-bearing planet has been discovered 31 light-years from Earth. Rare exoplanet Wolf 1069 b may be a rocky world with strange features that helped life emerge.
4. Nintendo Switch Online gets Game Boy, Game Boy Color and GBA games. Nintendo took the opportunity to show the list of games already available on the subscription service; Check out!
5. Google releases the first version of Android 14; see the news. The first preview build of Android 14 for developers has been surprisingly released and can now be installed on supported devices.
6. The regulator recommends that Microsoft sell the CoD to complete the deal. The UK Competition and Markets Authority tentatively decided and made recommendations that Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard could be bad for the market; to understand!
7. Warner changes plans in the US merger of HBO Max and Discovery+; to understand. It looks like Warner Bros. will launch a new release in 2023, but it won’t change anything on Discovery+! know more.
8. Americana’s website plunged 57% after a billionaire breach. Brazilian e-commerce also closed January with a 49% drop in visits.
9. Fraud attempt: ‘he knew all my bank transactions’. The Itaú customer report reveals that a fraudulent officer made calls with full details of bank transactions; TecMundo explained how fraud is possible.
10. Understand how synapses in the ear keep us in balance. The synapses that allow us to walk, dance, and turn our heads are different from those in the human body.
Source: Tec Mundo
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