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Once Honey Technology Morning Post No946Period.
1.5G base station construction target for the whole year was completed ahead of schedule, the cost of more than 4G 4 times
Recently, Guangdong, Shandong, Jiangxi, Liaoning, Shanxi, Hebei, Chongqing and other provinces and cities announced ahead of schedule to complete the full year 5G base station construction tasks. It is worth noting that the cost of 5G investment is more than four times that of 4G. Experts point out that overinvestment drives up user costs and unsustainable public sector debt, and that absorbing costs is a challenge.
2. Unita and Unicom, telecommunications to complete the 5G independent network commercial key technology
On Wednesday, MediaTek joined forces with China Unicom and China Telecom to successfully complete a real-network test of 5G independent network (SA) 3.5GHz band 200MHz carrier aggregation (CA), with a measured downlink rate average of more than 2.5Gbps.
3. Ideal car response crash truck no airbag pop-up: large truck too high
Recently, an ideal ONE and truck collision caused the A-pillar completely broken, front and rear occupant injuries caused concern. In this regard, the ideal car said that the truck height is too high, resulting in the ideal ONE tailing truck, A-pillar directly stuck in the cargo box, so that A-pillar becomes the main force point, A-pillar can not withstand such a large impact alone. In addition, the current L2-level assisted driving has limitations and cannot completely replace people in making decisions.
4. Ant Group's response to the war allocation fund violation was postponed IPO: no violation of the rules
Sources said Ant Group's war fund violated financial regulations and delayed the IPO. In response, Ant said details of the strategic allocation fund had been "fully disclosed" and it did not underwrite its IPO. The fund is a strategic investor involved in Ant Group's initial public offering and has been operated independently by the fund company.
5.TCL responds to the report that it will bid for Glory: False rumors
In response to media reports about TCL or the bid for Glory, TCL responded that the reports were false. Earlier, it was reported that Huawei was in talks with Shenzhou Digital and other bidders to sell part of its glory smartphone business, with other bidders including TCL and Xiaomi.
6. Foxconn's response to the application for plant subsidies in the United States was blocked: the direction of investment remains unchanged
Foxconn's recent construction of a plant in the United States has resounded, with media reports saying that its investment in a plant in Wisconsin and the application for tax relief was officially rejected. In response, Foxconn's parent company, Hon Hai Technology Group, said in a statement that Hon Hai Group adheres to established contract specifications and has invested $750 million locally, of which more than $500 million is invested in the construction of the Weigu Technology Park. The Group's investment direction remains unchanged and will continue to be negotiated with the authorities.
7. iPhone 12 released, blue version of the yellow cow plus 1000 yuan
The iPhone 12 series was officially released with a minimum price of 5,499 yuan and a maximum price of 11,899 yuan. And this is business as usual when the yellow cattle are most active. According to a number of yellow cattle revealed that the increase of one thousand is this year's general level. But this is mainly for the iPhone 12 Pro series. Depending on the color and memory, the iPhone 12 can be added or priced between $500 and $1,000.
8. Global exclusive: The French version of the iPhone 12 comes standard with wired headphones
For environmental reasons, the iPhone 12 series will no longer come standard with a power adapter or Lighting EarPods headset, with the exception of a Lighting-to-USB-C cable. It is understood that France in 2003 officially stipulated that in order to the health of users, all prices sold in France must be equipped with headphones.
9. India Launches "Cow Dung Chip": Reducing Cell Phone Radiation
Indian officials have launched a "chip" made of cow dung, according to Indian media, and the chairman of the government's National Cattle Commission says putting cow dung chips in mobile phones can "significantly reduce radiation" and protect people from disease. Asked if the product was certified by the national research department, he responded that it was "uncertifyed but tested." "
Washington State has filed a $100,000 claim against Twitter for campaign violations
Washington state's attorney general says The company will pay a $100,000 fine for posting several political ads on its platform since 2012 that violate Washington state's disclosure laws.
11. South Korean media: South Korea rejects U.S. request to ban Huawei's 5G network
Yonhap quoted an anonymous South Korean diplomat as saying U.S. officials asked the government to exclude Chinese telecommunications companies such as Huawei from South Korea's 5G network, but South Korean officials rejected the request, saying it was up to private companies to choose their own business partners.
12. Facebook will ban ads that explicitly discourage people from getting vaccinated
Facebook, which has been under pressure from Congress and public health groups to crack down on anti-vaccine content and mis-information, said it would begin banning ads that explicitly discourage people from getting vaccinated, as well as announcing a new campaign for a new coronavirus vaccine.
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