26 technology news to start the morning informed of the latest

Sam Fried

Table of Contents Technological newsMobile phonesComputers and tabletsLifestyleLeisure and gamingMotorScienceThe curiosities of the day This is the summary of technological news from 6:30 in the morning, in ComputerHoy.com. Everything that has happened in the last 24 hours, summarized in headlines. The Photoshop and glue, is all you need to fool […]

This is the summary of technological news from 6:30 in the morning, in ComputerHoy.com. Everything that has happened in the last 24 hours, summarized in headlines.

The Photoshop and glue, is all you need to fool the fingerprint reader on laptops.

20,000 jobs and 313 million euros: that is what YouTube contributes to the Spanish economy.

NASA and SpaceX are going to crash a spacecraft into an asteroid. Maybe, in the future, that will save our lives …

Technological news

The Civil Guard warns how dangerous it is to send the DNI for Wallapop and the like, and what steps to take to avoid risks if you have already done so. Read the news

YouTube freezes on millions of smart TVs. Read the news

Arrested for infecting 22 computers exposed in MediaMarkt and El Corte Inglés, to mine cryptocurrencies. Read the news

This is the influence of YouTube in Spain: a contribution of 313 million euros to GDP. Read the news

Mobile phones

WhatsApp wants to bring one of its most applauded functions to audio messages. Read the news

Vivo has presented its new Vivo Y76 5G: Mediatek Dimensity 700, 8 GB of RAM and 44 W load. Read the news

The OnePlus 10 Pro specs have been leaked and they aim to be a performance beast. Read the news

Google prepares the Pixel 6a and would arrive with a somewhat lower version of its Google Tensor processor. Read the news

9 free applications and games that you have to install right now on your smartphone. Read the news

The fragmentation of the Android ecosystem: the most popular version is 10, although Android 12 has already been released. Read the news

Computers and tablets

It wasn’t your impression: the third quarter of 2021 was the worst for graphics cards. Read the news

MateBook E 2022 arrives as a Windows 11 tablet to face the iPad Pro and the Surface. Read the news

Lifestyle

Thousands of live Black Friday deals: Amazon, MediaMarkt, PcComponentes, AliExpress and many more. Read the news

Differences between Bitcoin and Altcoins: which is the best option to invest? Read the news

This Christmas nougat is from LIDL and is served hot: 30 seconds in the microwave like coulant. Read the news

Tips and Tricks to Stay Focused While You Work. Read the news

The infallible technique to clean mirrors without leaving a single mark. Read the news

Leisure and gaming

Now you can listen to the soundtrack of your favorite Netflix series on Spotify. Read the news

Microsoft anticipates its metaverse with the Xbox 20th Anniversary Museum, where there is a room dedicated to you. Read the news

So they have customized the Game Boy Advance to move PlayStation games. Read the news

Motor

The DGT warns: if you have one of these child restraint seats, better change it, they are dangerous. Read the news

Science

Approved in Europe a new food that turns sour taste sweet. Read the news

NASA and SpaceX have teamed up to avoid Armageddon: testing begins today. Read the news

The curiosities of the day

They show how easy it is to hack a fingerprint sensor with Photoshop and glue. Read the news

Searching for names in Urban Dictionary goes viral – a morale boost for anyone. Read the news

You can now buy the USB key that destroys all mobile and PC data. Read the news

This has been the tech news summary of the day. Have a nice day!

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