Good morning! We’ve separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so you know everything that happened last Monday (20). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.
1. Did you overdo it at the carnival? Discover 5 tips from Science to cure a hangover. Know the foods that can relieve your pain and understand the scientific reasons for it.
2. Police shut down two of the biggest anime pirate sites in Brazil. The police operation, called Operation Animes, confiscated computers, cell phones and other technological devices belonging to a university student living in Alagoas.
3. The photo of the iPhone 15 Pro shows a real cell phone that allegedly has a USB-C port. After the simulation images surfaced on the internet, a new photo that may belong to the iPhone 15 reveals the USB-C connector that should be used.
4. Microsoft limits use of Bing with ChatGPT following complaints. Microsoft points out that inappropriate responses from Bing are provoked by long conversation sessions.
5. Rare neurological disease discovered in children in the United States. The researchers hope that identification of the rare disease may provide a subsidy for understanding the cell recycling process.
6. Facebook and Instagram now charge per verification badge. Following the launch of Twitter Blue, Facebook and Instagram now have a new subscription model that guarantees a verified badge.
7. Who is the young Xurrasco who went viral on the internet with ‘Lovezinho’? Xurrasco has garnered attention on the networks by posting the Lovezinho dance video of singer Treyce.
8. Record rain on SP beach causes deaths and isolates cities. Since Saturday (18), cities on São Paulo’s north coast have recorded precipitation volumes in excess of 600 millimeters; Municipalities in the region are in isolation due to the closure of roads.
9. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will have five different fighting stances. Check out the new fight details for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor!
10. 5 common myths about beer. Beer, loved by Brazilians, is widely consumed. However, the way it was swallowed is the subject of many myths. We have solved some mysteries.
Source: Tec Mundo
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