Good morning! We have separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology for you so that you know everything that happened last Wednesday (14). Just click on the links below to browse the full story of each news.

1. Elon Musk loses the world’s richest post; See who’s taking over. With Tesla’s share price falling, Elon Musk’s equity fell and he lost the lead in the world’s richest rankings to another billionaire.

2. Rumors have it that The Last of Us Part 3 will be Naughty Dog’s next game. The release of The Last of Us Part 3 should be far away, but the game would already be in production.

3. Wandinha: Netflix is ​​changing the age rating of the show. To understand! Breaking records on the streaming platform, Wandinha is a worldwide phenomenon, so the age rating had to be revised.

4. iOS 16.2 comes with big news; Check out what’s coming! Apple started rolling out the operating system update this Wednesday (14) with Apple Music’s karaoke mode and Freeform app.

5. Avatar: O Caminho da Água opens in Brazilian cinemas. 13 years after the first movie, Jake Sully and Ney’tiri are back on the big screen!

6. Apple will have to allow third-party stores on iPhone. European Union law requires companies to open ecosystems to third-party solutions. To understand!

7. The metal alloy produced in the laboratory is 5 times stronger than steel. The material, created in the lab from chromium, cobalt, and nickel, is considered the toughest ever seen, but its real-world application is still far from being realized; know more

8. All Netflix releases in January 2023. Netflix releases include Vikings Season 2: the premiere of Valhalla, Ginny & Georgia, and Lockwood & Co.; Check out the whole list!

9. The Witcher 3: Next Gen patch has issues and computer bugs. The Witcher 3 update for consoles seems to be working fine which is not the case on PC. See CD Projekt Red’s complaints and response!

10. Would water be an extraterrestrial element? The meteorite found in England provides evidence that Earth’s water may have come from a distant point in space.

Source: Tec Mundo

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