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Mobile security long way to go, the key to the enterprise-level market growth?

Mobile security long way to go, the key to the enterprise-level market growth?

Recently, a "Ministry of Industry announced 466 APP in recent years," the news triggered the concern of users, the report pointed out that a virus known as "Dow...

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LED lamp waste: There‘s good news and bad

LED lamp waste: There‘s good news and bad

After nearly a decade of mainstream use, LEDs are still only a fraction of the discards in Europe, so they appear to live up to longevity claims. Recycling them...

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By 2020 China‘s biomass heating will replace about 30 million tons of coal

By 2020 China‘s biomass heating will replace about 30 million tons of coal

Recently, the National Development and Reform Commission jointly issued with the National Energy Board, "on the promotion of biomass heat for the development of...

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Robots will take away workers in developing countries,

Robots will take away workers in developing countries, "rice bowl"

A United Nations report shows that there are many manufacturing factories in developing countries. According to the current development situation of robots, rob...

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For the first time in history, Chinese scientists successfully achieved counterfactual quantum communication

For the first time in history, Chinese scientists successfully achieved counterf...

Compared with the traditional methods of communication, quantum communication with ultra-high security has become a major direction for the development of commu...

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28 nm Beidou multi-mode chip supports the global signal

28 nm Beidou multi-mode chip supports the global signal

May 24, 2017 From the 8th annual academic conference on satellite navigation held in Shanghai, China‘s first "Firebird", the 28nm Beidou multimode chip that su...

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Mainland into the world‘s largest dumping of electronic waste

Mainland into the world‘s largest dumping of electronic waste

E-waste should not be unfamiliar to the residents living in cities. Outdated old phones, obsolete computers, worn out old-fashioned TVs or fans, cell phone char...

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Arctic ice melting at an alarming rate 2040 may be completely ice-free existence

Arctic ice melting at an alarming rate 2040 may be completely ice-free existence

According to a report by Russian satellite network on May 5, a new report released by Arctic Council Arctic Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (AMAP) Working Group ...

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The United States plans to build intelligent roads to reduce traffic accidents

The United States plans to build intelligent roads to reduce traffic accidents

Driverless vehicle technology is now more and more mature, the future of driverless cars will gradually into people‘s lives, in order to make people better use...

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Augmented reality technology makes the scene more realistic and widely used

Augmented reality technology makes the scene more realistic and widely used

AR technology can be used in the workplace, but also for entertainment purposes only. Factory workers can learn a new machine with a set of hands-on tutorials, ...

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Technology giants facial recognition face sweep people face every day into the norm

Technology giants facial recognition face sweep people face every day into the n...

Chinese technology giants are rushing to develop facial recognition technology, and actively promote its commercial use. These Chinese companies are clearly mor...

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Tactile and self-healing robot is becoming a reality

Tactile and self-healing robot is becoming a reality

Recently, researchers at the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom used graphene to develop an electronic robot skin that is more tactile than human hands...

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