10 tech news to get you started the day (23/02)

Good Morning! We have separated the main news from the world of Science and Technology for you to know everything that happened last Monday (22). To check each news item in full, just click on the links below.

1. WhatsApp explains what happens if you don’t accept new terms. Users who do not accept changes to their privacy policies will have limited functions from May 2021.

2. Xiaomi launches new cheap wireless headphones with noise cancellation. Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones Pro will initially be sold only in the Indian market and resist contact with water and sweat.

3. Street Fighter II: E. Honda’s scenario changes after controversy. Change in the scenario of Street Fighter II adopted the same policy in Street Fighter V, with the definitive removal of the rising sun flag.

4. Hawk and the Winter Soldier: Marvel series gets a new teaser and excites fans. Marvel series is scheduled to premiere within a month on Disney +.

5. CD Projekt RED drops tweets by sharing leaked company codes. Cyberpunk 2077 developer studio used US law to prevent the circulation of code links for their games.

6. Meet Elizabeth, the US’s first endangered ferret clone. Genetic twin of a specimen that died in 1988, it represents an important milestone in the ongoing effort to increase the genetic diversity of pets.

7. TikTok users try to prove that snow is a ‘fabricated phenomenon’. Conspiracy theorists say Bill Gates and China are creating fake snow to deceive Americans.

8. President of Tanzania denies covid-19 and will not vaccinate its citizens. In addition to declaring his country ‘free from covid-19’ by God’s will, John Magufili scoffs at the masks and says that vaccines are harmful to health.

9. Apple sells more smartphones in the world and surpasses Samsung. Data from the fourth quarter of 2020 reveal that, in the period, the Apple company achieved a position it had not reached since 2016; know more.

10. NASA releases first Mars video captured by Perseverance. Agency held a virtual conference to present details of the Red Planet exploration mission already captured by the space vehicle.

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