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Microsoft partners with Real Madrid’s Marcelo Vieira to teach kids tech

Microsoft partners with Real Madrid’s Marcelo Vieira to teach kids tech The program will teach technology to children who attend Real Madrid Foundation schools and will be using specially designed software from Microsoft in addition to video games such as Minecraft, which is quickly developing a reputation for being a quality education tool.“My dream is to take this project to all the world’s children, because with technology … the possibilities of any child are endless,” admits Vieira while discussing the program.

Murdering its mascot, and other ways Brazil is already ruining the Olympics

The Summer Olympics in Brazil are about two crises away from becoming the embodiment of that dumpster fire gif everyone on the Internet is obsessed with.We've compiled some of the nation's most notable screw-ups (and misfortunes) ahead of the Games.

DJI sets no-fly zones for its drones in Brazil

DJI sets no-fly zones for its drones in Brazil They company has updated software in its drones to include these no-fly zones around the venues that will host the upcoming international athletic competitions.The coordinates of the no-fly zones were recommended by the Brazilian military, which is in charge of protecting airspace during the athletic events.

right to the heart of the matter

right to the heart of the matter It doesnt matter, you guys cant resist.Just surrender yourself to glory of penetratinga woman of a different color of you.

Are cash payments to blame for assaults against Uber drivers in Brazil?

Rather, the ridesharing service has been criticized for not doing enough to address the increasing number of murders and robberies that Uber drivers in the country face, reports Reuters.More: Uber Flat: Ridesharing service offers rides in NYC for cheap fees At the end of July 2016, however, Uber allowed riders to pay with cash as a means to increase growth in Brazil.

No fear, we've rounded up the best movies and shows of February right here

No fear, we've rounded up the best movies and shows of February right here The CineFix staff gets together to talk about what they're just really into right now.This month there's some HBO love, some classic dystopian sci-fi, an FX show that you NEED to start watching, and even a recommendation for another YouTube channel.

The most underrated entertainment of February is on our binge-list

The most underrated entertainment of February is on our binge-list The CineFix staff got together to talk about what TV shows and movies they're really into right now!This month there's some HBO love, some classic dystopian sci-fi, an FX show that you need to start watching and even a recommendation for another YouTube channel!

Meet the fluorescent tree frogs of South America

Meet the fluorescent tree frogs of South America Scientists in Argentina and Brazil say they've found the first solid evidence of a fluorescent amphibian, courtesy of the South American tree frog.Their findings, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, offer clues into how this tiny tree frog survives in its environment.

Google announces updates for Duo, Allo, Photos, and Google Search in Brazil

Google announces updates for Duo, Allo, Photos, and Google Search in Brazil That makes high-bandwidth apps like video chat platforms a challenging proposition, but Google is doing its best to work around the developing world’s infrastructure limitations.At an event in Sao Paulo, Brazil, today, the Mountain View, California company announced updates for video chat app Duo, messaging app Allo, Google Photos, and more.

Japan teaches Brazil morals

Japan teaches Brazil morals terror attacks are part of living in a big city 19 hrs agoMy Life In Memes Finally Pt.21 23 hrs agoOnly the poise may know the peace from this evil.

Uber drivers could be employees... in Brazil

Uber drivers could be employees... in Brazil A judge in Sao Paulo ruled that a driver in the city had to be considered an employee of the ride-hailing giant."By connecting drivers and users, Uber creates thousands of flexible opportunities for generating income," Uber said in a statement to Reuters.

Here's why these mushrooms glow in the dark

Here's why these mushrooms glow in the dark In a new study, scientists say they can finally explain what makes bioluminescent mushrooms glow.They describe a process of "enzyme promiscuity" that leads to changes in the intensity and colors of mushrooms' light emissions.

Brazilian League Player Suspended After Tweeting Racist Jokes

Brazilian League Player Suspended After Tweeting Racist Jokes After posting a racist joke to Twitter, Felipe “YoDa” Noronha has been served with a three-game suspension, and a $2,000 fine.After it rocketed up the front page of Reddit, Noronha removed the tweet, but another user had already screen-capped the message.