Good morning! We’ve separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so you know everything that happened last Thursday (25). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.

1. Federal Income: Brazilian accounts are subject to unauthorized access. According to reports collected by TecMundo, the accounts are exposed to access logs from the USA.

2. Why is Nerd Pride Day called Towel Day? What does the towel have to do with ‘Nerd Pride Day’? There are a number of ideas left for this, for example the book by Douglas Adams, the posthumous memorial service and of course the unforgettable Star Wars premiere!

3. WhatsApp will have usernames to not give out phone numbers. With the innovation under development, you will no longer need to give your phone number to anyone else; Check out!

4. Is Stremio a pirate? How does Netflix’s competitor, which bundles torrents, work? With the new Netflix tariff, subscribers are looking for alternatives to continue consuming the brand’s content. Learn more about Stremio.

5. Nubank gains additional limit for using Pix on credit. Users can use Additional Credit Card Limit to transfer through Pix; See how to access it!

6. Scientists have found a potentially habitable Earth-like exoplanet. In a recent study, scientists discovered a new exoplanet that has similarities to Earth and may perhaps support life.

7. BC releases selected banks to participate in the True Digital Pilot. The Central Bank announced in a publication on its official website that some of the largest banks will participate in the Real Digital Pilot.

8. New AI-trained by Meta that recognizes over 4000 languages ​​using the Bible. With an open-source release, Meta aims to preserve language diversity and increase research in the region.

9. Cheaper popular cars: the government announces tax breaks. The expectation is that the new popular cars will cost less than R$60,000 and there will be a tax reduction of 1.5% to 10.79% on vehicles up to R$120,000.

10. ‘Sextou’ is the most spoken slang by Brazilians; look top 10. A study by Preply shows the 10 most spoken slang words in our country.

Source: Tec Mundo

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