Good morning! We’ve separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so you know everything that happened last Monday (11). Just click on the links below to browse the entire news.

1. The Batman: HBO Max streams the movie premiere; look at history! Batman was expected to be released 45 days after its theatrical release, but the movie will be released much sooner; See the premiere date!

2. Better Call Saul: Jesse and Walter White will appear in Season 6. The first seven episodes of the series are scheduled to air on AMC starting April 19.

3. CEO says Elon Musk is leaving Twitter’s board of directors. Billionaire Elon Musk withdrew from the Twitter leadership while his candidacy was put forward.

4. The police asks him to pull over an autonomous car because it has no driver. The lawsuit took place in San Francisco after authorities failed to realize it was a self-driving car.

5. Uber creates the ‘Call Police’ button in Rio de Janeiro. Both drivers and passengers will be able to call 911 when they feel threatened, without speaking loudly or switching apps.

6. Nubank raises US$650 million to grow in Mexico and Colombia. Countries that already have fintech under the name ‘Nu’ will attract more attention with a new credit line.

7. ‘Love it’: Netflix launches new review with two thumbs up. How movies and TV shows are sorted helps further refine the algorithm with the content for the user.

8. The Amazon experienced record deforestation in the first quarter of 2022. Experts believe that the problem will intensify throughout the year.

9. Xbox Series X may receive a revised version with smaller components. Check out the latest rumors of a possible Xbox processor overhaul.

10. Viagra: Understand how the drug works. The drug is indicated for men with erectile dysfunction.

Source: Tec Mundo

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