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It is revealed that the Huawei P50 series will also cancel the 12GB storage version

Xiaomi rewards technical experts and core managers, with 122 people receiving 120 million ten-year equity incentives

ofo fined 50,000 for not refunding user deposits

Liu Bo responded positively to OPPO’s car-building rumors

China Mobile establishes chip company

WeChat Pay’s “Worry-free Line for Elders” solves the problem of more than 500,000 elderly users

Meituan Takeaway was down at noon yesterday and has been restored

Musk himself admits: the development of autonomous driving is more difficult than imagined, because he underestimated

Bezos’ fortune surpasses $210 billion, a record $30 billion ahead of Musk

iOS app tracking transparency feature lets mobile advertisers target Android users more

Apple accelerates self-developed processors! M1X, M2 Qi Exposure GPU Upgrade

South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang under antitrust probe, sources say

Mozilla stops development and support for Firefox Lite

Qt 6.2 Beta Released

  Domestic news

It is revealed that the Huawei P50 series will also cancel the 12GB storage version

Recently, it is reported that Huawei Mate 40 RS Porsche design mobile phone will stop production of the 12GB storage version, and the follow-up will mainly supply the 8GB version. The digital blogger @xuanmianXPro broke the news yesterday that the upcoming Huawei P50 series will not have a 12GB storage version for the time being, which may not be good news for some users with severe RAM requirements. (IT House)

Musk himself admitted: the development of autonomous driving is more difficult than imagined; Xiaomi issued another 120 million equity incentives; Firefox Lite is dead | Geek Headlines

Xiaomi rewards technical experts and core managers, with 122 people receiving 120 million ten-year equity incentives

Following the stock incentive plan for outstanding young engineers, Xiaomi once again issued a new stock incentive plan: to technical experts, middle and senior core managers, and the first batch of candidates for the new ten-year entrepreneurial plan, a total of 122 people will be awarded 119,650,000 shares of Xiaomi.

ofo fined 50,000 for not refunding user deposits

According to the news on July 6, the Tianyancha App showed that on July 6, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Transportation and Dongxia Datong (Beijing) Management Consulting Co., Ltd. released the execution ruling. The ruling shows that Dongxia Datong (Beijing) Management Consulting Co., Ltd. was interviewed by the Beijing Municipal Commission of Transportation for not returning the deposit of the ofo platform tenant. After the interview, it refused to make corrections and was fined 50,000 yuan.

Liu Bo responded positively to OPPO’s car-building rumors

Liu Bo, president of OPPO China, responded positively to the rumors of OPPO building a car. Liu Bo said that we have to understand the automobile industry, not only automobiles, but also many ecological industries related to mobile phones. For OPPO, we still pursue some essences, such as the keyword “seamless connection” in our product concept, and the car must be a part of the seamless connection. As for whether OPPO can build a car, from the current point of view, I personally feel that it is not necessary to build a car to solve the problem of seamless connection. Liu Bo emphasized that the most important thing for us at present is to do a good job in the mobile phone ecosystem. As for whether to build a car in the future, we may have to wait until the future to answer.

China Mobile establishes chip company

Recently, Xinsheng Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of China Mobile and a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Mobile Internet of Things, officially operates independently, further entering the field of Internet of Things chips, and plans to be listed on the Science and Technology Innovation Board. The company was established in 2020 with Xiao Qing as its legal representative and a registered capital of 50 million yuan. Its business scope includes intelligent vehicle equipment manufacturing; intelligent vehicle equipment sales; Electronic component manufacturing, etc. At present, the company is 100% controlled by China Mobile Internet of Things Co., Ltd.

WeChat Pay’s “Worry-free Line for Elders” solves the problem of more than 500,000 elderly users

WeChat Pay customer service announced the official launch of the senior care line, providing one-to-one aging-appropriate services for senior users. Elderly users aged 60 and above who call the WeChat Pay unified customer service hotline 95017 will be given priority to connect to the “Senior Worry-free Line” to get exclusive customer service. It is understood that the worry-free special line for elders has been launched on May 1. Up to now, the worry-free line for elders has solved more than 500,000 problems for elder users. The dedicated line customer service spends an average of about 500 minutes per person per day, answering various inquiries encountered in WeChat payment.

Meituan Takeaway was down at noon yesterday and has been restored

Yesterday noon, many netizens reported that the Meituan food delivery app crashed and crashed. When placing an order for payment, the page displayed the prompt “Access error, try again later”. In this regard, the official response of Meituan Takeaway stated that due to a little fault in the system upgrade app, it has fully returned to normal under the urgent repair of the programmer’s younger brother. The official apology said: It affects everyone’s cooking, sorry!

  international news

Musk himself admits: the development of autonomous driving is more difficult than imagined, because he underestimated

According to media reports, Musk himself admitted on social media that he underestimated the difficulty of developing self-driving functions, saying that achieving reliable self-driving functions is more difficult than expected. (Fast Technology)

Musk himself admitted: the development of autonomous driving is more difficult than imagined; Xiaomi issued another 120 million equity incentives; Firefox Lite is dead | Geek Headlines

Bezos’ fortune surpasses $210 billion, a record $30 billion ahead of Musk

Shares of Amazon rose 4.7 percent on Tuesday, boosted by news that the U.S. Defense Department was canceling a $10 billion cloud contract with Microsoft, pushing the net worth of the world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos, to a record $211 billion. (Phoenix Network Technology)

iOS app tracking transparency feature lets mobile advertisers target Android users more

Since Apple implemented a framework on iOS, mobile advertisers started spending more to target Android users, which severely affected the amount of data advertisers could collect on iPhone and iPad users. According to the Wall Street Journal, in April Apple introduced a transparency framework for app tracking, requiring? iPhone? and ? All apps on the iPad® require user consent before tracking the activity of other apps, and advertisers have since started reducing their spending on Apple’s platform. Without proper user tracking, advertisers have significantly less data on user interests, preferences, and more. (Weifeng.com)

Apple accelerates self-developed processors! M1X, M2 Qi Exposure GPU Upgrade

According to the latest news, Apple MacBook Pro and Mac Mini will be listed in the fourth quarter of this year, and these two devices will be equipped with M1X chip. According to previously disclosed details, the M1X will be equipped with 10 cores, 8 of which are responsible for high-performance computing, and the remaining 2 are focused on low power consumption. As far as the M2 chip is concerned, it’s just an improved version of the M1 chip. The chip will have 8 CPU cores, in addition to 9 or 10 graphics cores, and the graphics cores equipped in the MacBook Pro may be reduced to 7-8. However, previous reports did mention that the processor cores will run faster in the new chipset, meaning Apple could make the performance cores on the M2 run at a higher frequency, but there’s no clear information yet .

South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang under antitrust probe, sources say

The Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) has launched an antitrust investigation into the country’s e-commerce giant Coupang to assess whether Coupang allegedly manipulated search algorithms to put its own products above those of suppliers, people familiar with the matter said today. (Sina Technology)

  Programmer’s area

Mozilla stops development and support for Firefox Lite

Firefox Lite is a new lightweight Android browser released by Mozilla in 2018. Based on Chromium WebView, rather than Mozilla’s own rendering engine; this sets it apart from Firefox for Android and many Chromium-based Android browsers, as one of the focuses of development is privacy. The web browser comes with a turbo mode that blocks known trackers and ads, an option to block images from loading, and a component that highlights coupons on specific websites. The browser was retired on June 1, 2021 and will be deprecated on June 30, 2021. Firefox Lite will no longer receive any updates, security, or other information after June 30, 2021.

Qt 6.2 Beta Released

Qt 6.2 Beta is now available, the first beta release of its 6.2 series. Qt 6.2 includes all widely used Qt add-ons and is the first release in the Qt 6 series to offer long-term support for commercial licensors. The Qt 6.2 release provides several new features, such as 3D particles, that allow you to create exciting 3D user experiences with Qt Quick 3D. In addition to the new features, Qt 6.2 also restores support for many more add-on modules that Qt 6 had not previously provided. For more information, check out the official release notes:

https://www.qt.io/blog/qt-6.2-alpha-released

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