Good morning! We’ve separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so you know everything that happened last Monday (13). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.

1. iPhone 15 with USB-C may limit speed due to unofficial cables. Apple is reportedly planning to add an authentication chip to the connector to identify counterfeit accessories.

2. Nubank launches car insurance; Find out the details and how to get hired. Entering the motor insurance sector, the digital bank launches Nubank Auto with an ‘easy to understand and affordable price’.

3. Bard: Googlers Criticize Chatbot’s “Rushed” Announcement. Contributors cite the lack of long-term vision of Google CEO Sundar Pichai and other executives.

4. ChatGPT: OpenAI tool has a paid version in Brazil; see the price! ChatGPT subscription allows Brazilian users to access the resource even during periods of instability; Check out!

5. What is known about the downed Chinese bubble in the USA. China says it is a scientific research object, but the United States claims the balloon carries equipment capable of capturing communications and geolocating.

6. Super Bowl 2023: Check out the 5 best trailers showing at halftime! Unreleased trailers of 2023’s most anticipated movies were released during the Super Bowl halftime, the NFL’s last game. Watch!

7. Is carnival a holiday? Should I work? See what the law says. Although carnival is listed as a holiday in many state and municipal laws, it is not a holiday and people have to work during this period.

8. Meta should lay off more employees than it advertises. Meta, which owns Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, has to lay off even more people to cut costs.

9. Research says Xiaomi, Realme and OnePlus will spy on mobile phones. New research shows that Xiaomi, OnePlus and Realme users are not warned about collecting and transmitting data.

10. After all, have any weapons ever been launched into space? From astronaut pistols to mass space stations, find out which weapons are in orbit around the planet and are fired.

Source: Tec Mundo

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