10 Tech News to Get You Started (4/15)

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good morning! We have separated the main news from the world of science and technology so that you will know everything that happened last Wednesday (14). To fully verify each news, just click on the links below.

1. A meteor exploding in the sky during a live broadcast in the United States [vídeo]. Presenter Jay O’Brien was broadcasting live on Facebook when a meteor exploded in the sky in West Palm Beach, South Florida (USA).

2. Louisa Magazine announces the purchase of the Jovem Nerd platform. Content produced by pop culture, technology and science will be integrated into Magalu’s SuperApp.

3. The government includes the post office in the privatization program. In a memorandum, the government justified that the federation should “focus all efforts on activities in which the state’s presence is essential to achieving national priorities.”

4. Fast and Furious 9: New Movie Receives a Hot Trailer. The film is expected to hit theaters in July 2021.

5. 3000-year-old “lost city of gold” discovered in Egypt. The significance of the discovery of “the largest ancient city in Egypt” is to provide an insight into the life of the ancient Egyptians in the new empire.

6. GTA 6 should be set in recent days [RUMOR]. New information about GTA 6 indicates that the game will not take place in the 1980s.

7. SpaceX’s competitor Blue Origin will build a nuclear missile for the United States. Jeff Bezos will work on the project with Lockheed Martin on a project that will facilitate trips to Mars.

8. Yasuke: A video for the Netflix anime has been released; a look! Yasuke, the Netflix anime about the first black samurai, gets a trailer.

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9. IPhone 15 might not have any notch on the screen. The analyst indicates that the manufacturer will place the Face ID system under the display.

10. What are the mysterious spheres seen in the sky in Sweden in 1808? Until now, no one has been able to explain this phenomenon.

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