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Since September last year, Huawei has lost access to the TSMC pipeline, which seriously affected HiSilicon’s business of developing its own processors. At the same ... The post Huawei will not reduce the staff of HiSilicon – its own processor developer appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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iPhone buttons are rumored to be the next thing Apple kills.
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The company’s flagship product, known as UPLIFT, is a cargo community platform for airports and seaports which facilitates cross border commerce and cargo digitisation
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Drones for pros and consumers are nothing new and neither are drones with cameras covering a wide range of qualities. Most of these drones come with their own cameras, however, and few actually let you use whatever professional camera you may already own. That’s what makes Sony’s first foray into the world of drone photography interesting in that it is … Continue reading
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(Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) Outcome of the largest interdisciplinary call for proposals to date / Topics ranging from aerosol formation in the lungs to global causes and science communication / Funding totals €31.5 million.
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Sherri Tenpenny, who's the author of "Saying No to Vaccines," was invited to speak at a House Health Committee hearing at the Ohio Statehouse.
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The new product range will be available across pet shops, grocery stores and e-commerce sites. It will be backed by a 360-degree marketing campaign across media channels including collaboration with celebrity cat parents
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TLDR: The Complete 2021 Microsoft 365, Windows, & Azure Bundle is a 17-course bundle covering everything needed to run all of Microsoft’s popular cloud-based services. For all of its success in software and beyond over the past half-century, Microsoft’s eyes are now set firmly on the horizons of tech’s latest new frontier: the cloud.  Of course, this isn’t a new direction by any stretch. It’s actually been where Microsoft has been heading for years. Microsoft Azure launched in 2008, the company’s first major foray into cloud services. In 2017, the heritage Office suite of productivity tools, moved to the cloud…This story continues at The Next Web
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Boris Johnson has avoided a damaging Commons defeat after Tory rebels were denied a vote on the prime minister’s planned cuts to overseas aid.The government has slashed its spending of 0.7% of national income on aid, a legal target and 2019 Tory manifesto pledge, to 0.5%.It triggered a backlash from a significant number of Tory MPs including ex-PM Theresa May and former cabinet ministers Andrew Mitchell and David Davis.The rebels were hoping to use an amendment to legislation setting up the Advanced Research and Invention Agency to force the new body to make up the funding to meet the 0.7% goal from next year.A vote would have taken place on Monday evening and rebel ringleader Mitchell said the amendment was likely to pass with a majority of between nine and 20.But Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle ruled that the amendment was too far outside the scope of the purpose of the bill, so there will be no vote.However, Hoyle urged the government to bring forward an “effective” vote on the issue, meaning Johnson could in future face a damaging defeat at the hands of the rebels and be forced to reverse the cut.Responding to the Speaker’s decision, Mitchell said the government was treating MPs with “disrespect”, potentially acting unlawfully by ignoring 2015 legislation enshrining the 0.7% target, and “indisputably” enacting a cut which would lead to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people around the world.Sources told HuffPost UK that the rebels could now try and force an emergency debate on the cut on Tuesday, which would have no impact on policy but could prove embarrassing for Johnson as he prepares hosts leaders from some of the world’s richest countries at the G7 summit in Cornwall this weekend.The rebels are also unlikely to be allowed to reintroduce the amendment via the House of Lords, but one MP stressed: “The movement [for 0.7%] will continue.”Mitchell, a former international development secretary, said maintaining the 0.7% figure would have meant Johnson could have met G7 counterparts on Friday as “first among equals”.Responding to Hoyle’s decision, he told the Commons: “In the week of the British chairmanship of the G7, the government’s failure to address this issue will indisputably mean that hundreds of thousands of avoidable deaths will result.“It is already attracting criticism from all round the other members of the G7.”Andrew Mitchell tears into the UK Government over foreign aid cut and says "hundreds of thousands" will die as a result. pic.twitter.com/BXGEk4tdwP— Alexander Brown (@AlexofBrown) June 7, 2021He also accused the government of “riding roughshod over parliament” and “seeking to thwart our democratic rights as members of the House of Commons”.Davis, a former Brexit secretary, told BBC Radio 4’s Today that the “harmful” and “devastating” cuts would result in deaths around the world.There will be massive cuts in efforts to provide clean water, which will kill children worldwide, and in funding for food for starving people, where “again thousands will die”, he said.“No other G7 country is cutting its aid in this way. It is going to have devastating consequences across the world. Historically, I am a critic of aid spending, but doing it this way is really so harmful.”Shadow international development secretary Preet Kaur Gill said: “The strength and depth of support for protecting the aid we send to help the world’s poorest is clear.“The Conservative government is leaving the UK isolated among wealthy countries by being the only one to cut this budget.“A failure to reverse the cuts would entirely undermine our ability to solve global challenges, from the pandemic to the climate crisis.“Rather than trying to evade another vote, the government must end its retreat and reaffirm its commitment to spending 0.7% of national income with a clear timeline.”Some 1,700 charities, academics and business leaders jointly have written to the prime minister to warn that the UK’s “credibility and voice on the international stage will be undermined” just as he prepares to preside over the G7 gathering, which will include his first face-to-face meeting with US president Joe Biden.The letter, with signatories including Oxfam GB and Save The Children, said the aid cuts are a “double blow” to the world’s poorest communities in the midst of a pandemic.Related...Matt Hancock 'Absolutely Open' To Delaying June 21 Lifting Of LockdownTory Overseas Aid Rebels 'Cautiously Optimistic' Of Victory
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Spoiler: Once again, there will be four iPhones this year, if rumours turn out to be true.
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AMC has been in the spotlight all week, with internet day traders urging their peers to pump up the share price and send a message to Wall Street traders who have bet the stock will fall.
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Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) reversed their stance on Indian equities in the middle of May as markets started pricing in a return to business normalcy amid a gradual lifting of pandemic-induced lockdowns by various state governments, according to new data
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The programme is designed to expose first-year engineering students to critical and holistic industry experiences necessary for long-term career development. Students from top engineering colleges offering agriculture engineering will be targeted for this programme
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The revenue from operations rose 48.4% YoY to ₹1,307 crore.
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From budget Gateway models to new Intel Evo machines, you can save hundreds on a new laptop.
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The Alphabet Workers Union launched a petition calling for the company to stop requiring trans employees to use deadnames on company badges.
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When Cloudera announced its sale to a pair of private equity firms yesterday for $5.3 billion, along with a couple of acquisitions of its own, the company detailed a new path that could help it drive back toward relevance in the big data market. When the company launched in 2008, Hadoop was in its early […]
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Alamo Drafthouse filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in March after the theater industry was pummeled by pandemic-driven shutdowns.
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Beijing residents can win "red packets" worth 200 yuan each in a lottery held by China's central bank in its digital currency trials.
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(JAMA Network) What The Study Did: Researchers investigated the effect of real-time continuous glucose monitoring on glycemic control among patients with insulin-treated diabetes.
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