Survey: Over 70% Of European Consumers Are Indifferent To AI And Think That Society Is Not Ready To Accept New Technologies

Reaction to advances in AI technology has been largely positive in the tech world, but whether the general consumer will accept it is another matter. A recent survey agency pointed out that although European consumers are interested in AI, most think that society is not ready to accept this new technology. A recent survey of…

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The FBI Uses Nintendo Switch To Find A 15-year-old Missing Girl, Relying Solely On The Switch To Locate The Internet Information

The FBI used messages from a Nintendo Switch to help locate a missing 15-year-old girl in Arizona last summer, according to court records. After the girl disappeared from her Virginia home on August 3, 2022, volunteer Keitra Coleman and her team provided assistance to the family of the missing girl. Coleman said that after the…

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China’s FAW Showcases New EV Technology, Road System Offers High-power Wireless Charging

CCTV recently reported that during the China FAW Innovation Achievement Reporting Exhibition held last week, the auto group exhibited a variety of new technological achievements to the public. Among them is a high-power dynamic wireless charging road system based on 5G and autonomous driving technology, which was recently unveiled at the Innovation Base of China…

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Galaxy Z Flip 5 Suspected Official Image Leaked, New Cover Screen Widget And Keyboard

There are still 8 days left before the Samsung Unpacked conference. Recently, some suspected official renderings of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 have been circulated on the Internet, showing the functions of the new cover screen, including the keyboard to widgets. Roland Quandt shared what appeared to be official images of the Flip 5 on…

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iPhone 15 Rumored To Use “Stacked Batteries”, And The Battery Technology Density Of Electric Vehicle Is Higher

According to rumors, Apple’s iPhone 15 series phones may use stacked battery technology to improve energy density and extend service life. This news comes from the Twitter account @RgcloudS, which is famous for breaking news about Android phones recently. Although Samsung has plans to use stacked batteries on new machines, it may only be the…

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Russia Bans Officials From Using Apple Products, Accusing U.S. Intelligence Agencies Of Spying On iPhones

The Russian Federal Security Service claimed in June this year that it had exposed US intelligence agencies using Apple products for espionage. The Federal Security Service pointed out that thousands of iPhones were infected by surveillance software, including those of Russian diplomats stationed in NATO countries. Although there was no real evidence, the Russian intelligence…

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Tesla Giga Texas Built Its First Cybertruck, Expected To Be Produced In Small Quantity This Year

Tesla’s Cybertruck has been postponed many times since its announcement, but there is finally good news recently. The Giga Texas factory in Texas has finally completed the assembly of the first Cybertruck, which means that mass production has officially begun. Giga Texas has completed the first Cybertruck, which means that its production line setting is…

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BMW Pushes Special Smart Glasses For Motorcyclists, Priced At 600 Euro, Can Also Display Navigation And Speed Data

Car brand BMW recently unveiled a pair of smart glasses called ConnectedRide, designed specifically for motorcyclists to provide more information about road conditions without requiring them to take their eyes off the road. The smart glasses look like ordinary sunglasses, and important data such as navigation, speed, and gear can be projected on the right…

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