10 tech news to get you started for the day (11/08)

Good Morning! We have separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology for you to know everything that happened last Tuesday (10). To check each news in full, just click on the links below.

1. Xiaomi Mi Mix 4, CyberDog: the 5 best ads made today. New products were announced by Xiaomi this Tuesday morning (10); Mi Mix 4 arrives on August 16th;

2. Brazilian researchers create smart saffron dressing. Embrapa’s team used nanotechnology to create a saffron dressing that prevents bacteria from entering.

3. R$3 billion is stolen in the biggest ‘crypto robbery’ in history. The Poly Network platform was attacked by a group of hackers, who allegedly embezzled $600 million in ethereum and other cryptocurrencies.

4. Facebook launches free technology courses for young Brazilians. Initiative of Facebook with the NGO Recode held since 2019, the program “Conectando seu Futuro” (Conectando seu Futuro) starts offering a game development course.

5. iPhone 13 will bring major camera improvements, says new rumor. The iPhone 13 will feature a video version of the Portrait mode feature, ProRes recording, and a new system to improve the look and color of photos.

6. Abandoned: problems delay app-trailer and keep players waiting. The ‘real-time experience’ was promised at 4pm, but technical issues prevented players from accessing it.

7. Lucifer: Season 6 of the series gets an exciting trailer. Season 6 and final premieres September 10th on Netflix; watch!

8. Coronavirus: See 5 books that help you understand the covid-19 pandemic. Works on history and science provide a broad panorama that can improve the understanding of the current period.

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9. Star+: Disney closes a million dollar deal to launch streaming in Brazil. With the legal dispute closed, Disney will be able to start the dissemination of its new streaming in the country as early as August 31st.

10. Why are Marie Curie’s things still radioactive after 100 years? Although it seems like a long time, the notebook that Marie Curie used between 1899 and 1902 should remain radioactive for the next 1500 years.

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