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We have reached the end of another week and the most talked about subject in the technoblog this was the curious case of the father who cut off the internet in two French municipalities when he tried to limit his children’s access. At Tecnoblog Community, the featured discussions involved Google One, local internet providers and monitors. Check out these and other subjects related to the period between February 19th and 25th.

TB Comunidade #108 (Image: Reproduction/ Tecnoblog)

Top 5 TB Community Discussions

  1. Google One, upload in subscription without sequence
  2. RIP regional providers in Ceará
  3. Monitor externo Mac Mini
  4. Line of Android all-in-ones that AOC
  5. Connected House: Doubts and Brands

Google Drive’s limited space makes people look for creative ways to use services. Wemerson_Oliveira had doubts about whether it would be worth subscribing to Google One and canceling in sequence, just to upload some content and escape space limitations.

The users of Community from Tecnoblog they explained that it might not be a good idea, due to the risk of having material erased and took the opportunity to indicate alternatives to the service. If you have a similar question, it’s worth checking out the topic.

Regional ISPs can make a difference for users in many cities where major carriers do not offer quality service.

Ksio89 raised the issue of an increase of up to 70% in the prices of internet plans in Ceará, due to a new rate stipulated by Enel, the energy distribution company in the state.

the staff of Community commented on what happened. Many members reported on the importance of these services in their cities. By the way, do you usually use regional providers? Are they important in your city?

In our “Community Help” moment, it was Carlos_Eduardo’s turn to ask for help to solve a compatibility problem between his Mac Mini with M1 and his AOC monitor. Everything was going well until the update to macOS Monterrey, when the monitor started showing a black screen.

Solving the problem was a lot of work, but it’s worth checking out the story and checking out the tips given there.

MacBook Pro with M1 Pro or M1 Max chip has a notch display
MacBook Pro with M1 Pro or M1 Max chip has a notch display (Image: Disclosure / Apple)

The 5 best discussions about Tecnoblog agendas

  1. Father blocks Wi-Fi and 4G from children and takes down internet in two municipalities
  2. YouTube stops monetizing Monark channel and Twitter users react
  3. Firefox, Chrome’s Rival, Has Mission Impossible After Losing 30 Million Users
  4. Lula again defends limits on social networks to fight fake news
  5. In the sights of the TSE, Telegram shoots and reaches 60% of smartphones in Brazil

Even with some problems with the Electoral Justice, for not participating in the agreement between platforms to fight fake news, Telegram continues to be on the rise in Brazil.

The application reached 60% of Brazilian smartphones, according to data from the Mobile Time with the consultancy Opinion Box. The messenger had a growth of 33% in the last two years.

Telegram app (Image: Umut Solmaz/Pixabay)
Telegram app (Image: Umut Solmaz/Pixabay)

The contemporary philosopher once said: “It is not easy for anyone”. Now imagine for Firefox, which lost around 30 million users in the period between 2019 and 2022.

Although there is no specific reason for user abandonment, the combination of factors such as the ease of rivals being found natively on devices such as Chrome on Android phones, Edge on Windows devices and Safari on Apple devices help make the browser’s life difficult. of the fox.

Firefox on Windows 11 (image: Emerson Alecrim/Tecnoblog)
Firefox on Windows 11 (image: Emerson Alecrim/Tecnoblog)

Meanwhile, in France, a father who was very concerned about preventing his children from accessing the internet at dawn, ended up cutting the internet in two municipalities for several days by using a signal blocker. This was the most discussed topic among the agendas of the technoblog.

The story is funny, but for the father, it doesn’t end so well, as he will have to pay a fine of 30 thousand Euros and can face up to six months in prison, as signal jammers are prohibited in France.

That’s it folks, be sure to follow the technoblog and participate in discussions in the Community.

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