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Trump administration restricts Intels supply to Chinese firm Huawei

Trump administration restricts Intels supply to Chinese firm Huawei

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The Trump administration has reportedly notified suppliers for Chinas major consumer electronics firm, Huawei, including leading technology company Intel, that it has decided to revoke certain licenses to sell products to the Chinese company and would be rejecting several other applications to supply the telecommunications company. The notices are a part of ongoing U.S. efforts against China during the final days of Trump’s administration.  

Apparently, this is expected to be the last action against Huawei Technologies under Republican President Donald Trump and is the latest in continuing efforts towards weakening the largest telecommunications equipment maker

Samsung new flagship smartphone ‘S21’ boasts noteworthy updates

Samsung new flagship smartphone ‘S21’ boasts noteworthy updates

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South Korean consumer electronics giant, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., has reportedly introduced the Galaxy S21 lineup a month before its usual annual release schedule. The Galaxy S21 ultra is also available with a S stylus pen.

Housing the most advanced processing chip in any Galaxy phone, the S21 series phones are 5G ready. The topmost device in this lineup, the S21 Ultra, the only variant compliant with S Pen, rocks a four-lens rear camera. However, the S pen stylus is needed to be bought separately, claimed sources familiar with the development.

The screen size of the standard S21 is 6.2 inches, with S21 Plus at 6.7 inches, and S21

Demand for lithium-ion batteries to boost revenue streams in cyclohexylbenzene industry

Demand for lithium-ion batteries to boost revenue streams in cyclohexylbenzene industry

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A notable traction in industries, including plastics, painting and adhesives has made cyclohexylbenzene market a highly lucrative portfolio. A robust rise in battery innovation is playing an invaluable role in improving battery safety. Industry experts believe meteoric rise of lithium-ion battery electrolyte has made cyclohexylbenzene an indispensable raw material for producing LDC material.

Legacy players are infusing funds in leading-edge process design to considerably reduce equipment count, enhance capital utilization and boost scale. Not to mention, considerably enhanced energy efficiency has underpinned sustainable production of petrochemical intermediates. In terms

YNU researchers develop 80 times more energy efficient microprocessor

YNU researchers develop 80 times more energy efficient microprocessor

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Researchers from Japan based Yokohama National University (YNU) have reportedly developed a novel prototype microprocessor utilizing superconductor devices that are more energy efficient than the present state-of-the-art semiconductor devices used in the microprocessors of high-performance computing systems of today.

Speaking of the innovation, Christopher Ayala, associate professor, Yokohama National University and lead author of the study stated that the present digital communications infrastructure uses nearly 10% of the world’s electricity. Subsequently, studies have suggested that in case of no fundamental change is made in the underlying technology pertaining w

Samsung Electronics may replace Huawei Technologies in European 5G race

Samsung Electronics may replace Huawei Technologies in European 5G race

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  • The recent development follows Samsung’s deal of around USD 6 billion Verizon Communications Inc.
  • Samsung claims to possess enough resources to bolster 5G deployment in Europe.

According to reliable sources, European mobile operators are in talks of replacing Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. with South Korean multinational electronics company Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. as the core supplier of 5G systems in the region. 

Initially, Samsung was seen as an outsider but is gradually establishing an authoritative status in Europe’s 5G s

British engineers to commence work on new comet chaser spacecraft

British engineers to commence work on new comet chaser spacecraft

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British engineers have reportedly begin working on a new spacecraft that would lie in wait for passing comets and chase them down, mapping their surfaces in three dimensions. Rightly called the ‘comet chaser’, the mission will not only record the details of the comets’ contours but will also take down the composition of gases and dust that is released as they hurtle through the space.

CEO of Thales Alenia Space, Andrew Stanniland, stated that the venture is going to be fascinating, adding that most comets that are seen have been through the solar system several times, which means that they are altered by the sun. The mission will reportedly enable the com

SpaceX Starship prototype explodes during landing after test launch

SpaceX Starship prototype explodes during landing after test launch

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Starship, a prototype rocket developed by the leading aerospace manufacturer, SpaceX, has reportedly exploded on landing right after its successful test launch from the firm’s rocket facility located in Texas.

The Starship rocket ruined in the accident was a sixteen-storey tall model for the heavy-lift launch vehicle that is being developed by Elon Musk’s private space firm to effectively carry up to 100 tons of cargo and humans on future missions to Mars and Moon.

The test flight had been expected to reach an altitude of nearly 41,000 feet, driven by 3 of SpaceX’s recently developed Raptor engines for the very first t

CMA proposes tailored rules for Facebook, Google and other tech giants

CMA proposes tailored rules for Facebook, Google and other tech giants

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The UK is reportedly all set to issue Google, Facebook, and other large tech firms, a set of customized rules that are tailored to each company and penalize them if they fail to adhere.

The custom rules are part of the plan devised by the Competition and Markets Authority, that would actively shape the behavior of the firms. The CMA further plans to establish a Digital Markets Unit within itself in order to govern compliance and draw up the rules.

The CMA wants the novel unit to be able to fine the tech giants nearly 10% of their worldwide turnover, if they do not adhere to the rules with the remedies battling anti-competitive behavior.

Aviatrix declares expansion of enterprise-class networking on AWS

Aviatrix declares expansion of enterprise-class networking on AWS

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The company is set to demonstrate benefits of support for AWS Gateway Load Balance and AWS Outposts Ready designation to its customers at AWS re:Invent 2020.

One of the leading advanced networking, operational visibility and other essential network solutions providers- Aviatrix- is all geared up to showcase its innovation in AWS re:Invent 2020. As per reliable sources, the company has reportedly announced that it would be demonstrating how enterprise customers are expected to leverage some of its recent accomplishments of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Outposts Ready designation and support for AWS Gateway Load Balancer as well as its multi-cloud transit abili