10 technology news for you to start today (07/13)
bom day! We separate the main news from the world of Science and Technology so that you know everything or what happened on the last terça-feira (12). To check each news in its entirety, just click on the links to follow.
1. Nier Automata: 2B cosplayer will be controversial in Anime Friends. During the Anime Friends event, cosplayer Luromacos paid attention to his incredible fantasy of 2B from the game Nier Automata.
2. Nokia relaunches classics 8210 4G, 5710 XpressAudio and 2660 Flip. The new Nokia devices, launched by HMD Global, revive the company’s ‘golden age’, but with a more technological touch.
3. Star poetry and galaxies: see new images from the James Webb telescope. Nesta terça-feira (12), to NASA divulgou the first packet of images feitas by James Webb Space Telescope (JWST); check the photos.
4. TCL launches the largest TV in Brazil with 98”, 120 Hz and Google TV. With a 120 Hz frequency panel, a new television with Google TV was designed to offer an immersive performance for games.
5. Prime Day 2022: coverage of the best offers AO VIVO. O Prime Day 2022 começou, eo TecMundo helps you find the best promotions on the Amazon site.
6. Xiaomi launches bracelet Mi Band 7 not Brazil; See price no country. A Chinese company officially announced the launch of the Mi Band 7 smart bracelet for Brazilian consumers for R$ 599.
7. Nothing Phone 1: transparent cell phone launched with LEDs on the back. The new Nothing Phone 1 traces an intermediate technical file with advanced characteristics, in addition to a great visual highlight.
8. Huawei Watch Fit 2 is launched with a 10-day battery for R$ 950. Check the complete specifications of the new smartwatch Watch Fit 2 from Chinese Huawei, which promises a long-lasting battery.
9. Emmy 2022: Succession leads indications; see full list. The productions that compete in more categories are Succession (HBO), Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) and The White Lotus (HBO); See the complete list of indicated.
10. How did the James Webb telescope take the deepest picture of the universe? Images released by the James Webb telescope reveal deep details of the universe and mark a significant moment for space exploration.