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 item in full, just click on the links below.
1. 11/11: How does Single’s Day, Chinese Black Friday work? This early Black Friday comes from a Chinese celebration called Single’s Day (“Singles Day”, in Portuguese) and takes place annually on November 11th.
2. 7 news from the Apple ARM chip event. Apple held One More Thing, an online event to introduce new computers equipped with its proprietary chip based on the ARM architecture, the M1.
3. Anvisa suspends CoronaVac tests after death unrelated to vaccine. Director of the Butantan Institute says he was surprised by the suspension.
4. Miners will have access to solar energy without investing in equipment. Companies are starting to make photovoltaic electricity available to homes at discounts of around 15%.
5. Xbox Series X | S in Brazil and stock in stores: “Gigantic reception”, says MS. Did you notice that the Xbox Series X is a “come and go” in the stocks of Brazilian stores, right? We talked to Bruno Motta, responsible for the brand’s operations in the country, about this and more!
6. Resident Evil: Village displays real gameplay scenes in PS5 marketing. The promotional video with tennis player Naomi Osaka showed unpublished scenes from the Resident Evil: Village gameplay; check out!
7. Celeste: creator confirms that the main character is transgender. Creator uses her personal blog to comment that Madeline is canonically trans.
8. ‘5G’: Of course, Motorola and Samsung will have to explain themselves Procon-SP. The agency brings, among other doubts, questions about the legality of the offer of services and how consumers are advised of any restrictions.
9. Xbox Game Pass receives EA Play and many games on SerieS X / S and PC. The partnership with EA Play alone has yielded approximately 85 new titles; check the dates that other games will be available!
10. MacBook Air with M1 is the first Mac with ARM. Manufacturer promises more speed than 98% of notebooks on the market.