Good morning! We’ve separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology so you know everything that happened last Tuesday (22). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.

1. Alexa spends $10 billion and could lead to layoffs at Amazon. Despite being Amazon’s ‘lover’, Alexa’s development division is taking a huge toll these days; understand the situation.

2. Avatar 2: Check out the new posters and the epic finale trailer! 20th Century Studios has released some awesome posters and an action-packed trailer for the highly anticipated sequel!

3. World Cup: Argentina losing to the Saudis would be a meme; Look! The Brazilian-led taunt against Messi and the company took over the social networks; Check out the best jokes!

4. Koo and Fifa+ lead Android and iOS downloads in Brazil. The social networking phenomenon that has replaced Twitter and streaming to watch World Cup matches are popular on mobile platforms.

5. Google launched the World Cup minigame; learn how to play. Fun online penalty shootouts can be played on both Android and iOS.

6. Singer and composer Erasmus Carlos died at the age of 81. The important Brazilian singer and composer Erasmus Carlos, who was treated in the hospital since yesterday (21) passed away today (22); know the details!

7. Samsung is one of the most used passwords in the world in 2021. The brand is a popular password in at least 30 countries, and Brazil is among them.

8. Dead City: The Walking Dead spin-off trailer released. This Monday, the trailer for Dead City, the spin-off of The Walking Dead focusing on Negan and Maggie, was released. Learn all about the series!

9. Covid-19: Anvisa puts Paxlovid up for sale in pharmacies. Paxlovid is manufactured by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer and consists of two antivirals that must be taken together: nirmatrelvir and ritonavir; the drug inhibits the reproduction of the coronavirus in the cells;

10. Studies say the T-Rex may be up to 70% larger than we know. New research shows that Tyrannosaurus Rex could have weighed up to 15 tons, which would be larger than two African elephants combined.

Source: Tec Mundo

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