Morning Post | WeChat supports long voice pause function / Ding Lei responds to the dispute over the unified charging port proposal / 2022 Spring Festival starts today
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- WeChat supports long voice pause function
- Ding Lei responds to the controversy over the unified charging port proposal
- 2022 Spring Festival starts today
- The railway department announced the response mechanism for passengers involved in the epidemic on the train
- French startup NepTech launches fuel cell catamaran
- Alphabet to spin off new quantum company 'Sandbox'
- Apple to open third-party payment system for dating apps in the Netherlands
- Meta's Oculus under antitrust probe
- Nai Xue's tea released a big data report, with an average of 3.5 days to push a new report
- "Mushroom leather" brand MycoWorks completes $125 million in Series C financing
- Trendy brand Chill releases NFT, free gift with new sweater
- The new domestic intangible cultural heritage brand "Zhu Bingren · Copper" received tens of millions of RMB investment
- Candy Paper Public Test
- Monday recommendation
WeChat supports long voice pause function
On January 15th, WeChat 8.0.17 for iOS was updated and brought the long voice pause function.
In the face of a long voice, long press during playback to pause the voice, and the "Continue Playing" button will appear on the right, and the voice will continue to play when you click the button. In general, it avoids being disturbed, the voice cannot be paused, and the voice needs to be listened to again later.
In addition, this new version has the following updates: new personal information collection list, third-party information sharing list; care mode can read text messages; "video account and live broadcast" support is closed; added WeChat customer service number; more privacy features Obviously, Do Not Disturb mode is offline.
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Ding Lei responds to the controversy over the unified charging port proposal
Recently, NetEase CEO Ding Lei proposed a unified charging port to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, which caused heated discussions in the industry.
Ding Lei said that the proposal was by no means rash, and the team did a lot of research in the early stage and found that this problem is indeed a pain point for many people, so he made relevant proposals at the CPPCC meeting. But the voice of controversy represents another voice in society, and a full open discussion should be encouraged.
Ding Lei believes that in the initial stage of the development of a new technology, free competition will encourage a hundred flowers to bloom and a hundred schools of thought contend, and make technological innovation take shape rapidly; after the technology is gradually formed, the industry or the government needs to formulate certain norms.
Previously, some people in the industry issued a document that the formulation of standards would hinder technological innovation in the industry. Netease issued a letter of deletion to it, and the author published the letter of deletion, causing controversy again. Ding Lei apologized and said that the team had problems with ill-consideration and improper operation. At present, NetEase has withdrawn the relevant letter. (First Finance and Economics)
2022 Spring Festival starts today
The 2022 Spring Festival travel officially opened today.
It is predicted that 1.18 billion passengers will be sent across the country during the Spring Festival travel this year, with an average of 29.5 million passengers per day, a year-on-year increase of 35.6% over 2021. Today, New Year's Eve train tickets are also officially on sale. This year's Spring Festival will end on February 25, a total of 40 days.
Passengers of 12306 can purchase or change tickets, from 5:00 to 23:30 daily to 5:00 to 1:00 the next morning. (Xinmin.com)
The railway department announced the response mechanism for passengers involved in the epidemic on the train
As the Spring Festival is approaching, Zhu Wenzhong, deputy director of the National Railway Group's passenger transportation department, said at a press conference of the State Council's joint prevention and control mechanism that the railway department has formulated emergency response plans for the epidemic under different environments and scenarios.
If there are passengers involved in the epidemic on the train, we will take the following measures: First, immediately arrange the passengers involved in the epidemic in the train isolation seat, conduct isolation observation, and wear N95 masks.
The second is to immediately report to the local prevention and control department, arrange for passengers involved in the epidemic to get off at the station in front, and transfer them to the local prevention and control department.
The third is to close the environment of the passengers involved in the epidemic and control the flow of people.
Fourth, in accordance with the relevant requirements of the joint prevention and control mechanism of the State Council, the information of passengers in the carriages of the passengers involved in the epidemic will be pushed to the national epidemic prevention and control management platform to assist local prevention and control departments to take relevant control measures.
The fifth is to carry out terminal disinfection of the environment of the passengers involved in the epidemic. (China Network)
French startup NepTech launches fuel cell catamaran
Recently, French startup NepTech is developing a catamaran called "NepShuttle", which is powered by fuel cells and won the CES 2022 Innovation Award.
It is reported that the catamaran can carry up to 150 passengers, two crew members and four bicycles. At 24 meters long and 8.5 meters wide, the vessel supports unmanned technology to avoid floating obstacles and dock at its destination.
The NepShuttle's two motors will be powered by lithium batteries, which will be charged by two polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells. The vessel, which has a cruising speed of 35 kilometers per hour, will be launched as early as 2023 and will first be used on the Seine and Marseille. (New Atlas)
Alphabet to spin off new quantum company 'Sandbox'
It is reported that the quantum technology team Sandbox will be spun off from Google parent company Alphabet to become an independent quantum technology company.
The Sandbox team was founded by Google co-founder Sergey Brin and has been led by Jack Hidary for over four years.
In early 2020, Wired first reported the existence of a second quantum team at Alphabet, which was not named at the time. It will not be until 2021 that foreign media will report more inside information about the Sandbox team.
Sandbox is focused on “enterprise solutions at the intersection of quantum physics and artificial intelligence,” Hidary said in an interview, such as using quantum technology to improve the accuracy of health sensors. (The Paper)
Apple to open third-party payment system for dating apps in the Netherlands
On Saturday, local time, Apple announced that it would comply with an order from the Dutch market regulator to allow Dutch dating app developers to offer third-party payment methods to users.
However, this "compromise" only applies to the Netherlands, and only to dating apps, and Apple will still deduct commissions from it. In addition, Apple also warned that it would not be able to assist with security issues such as payments or refunds that occurred outside of Apple's systems, citing that Apple did not have "direct knowledge" of the information.
Earlier, the Netherlands Consumer and Market Authority issued a circular asking Apple to lift restrictions on the payment system of dating software. (Interface News)
Meta's Oculus under antitrust probe
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission and several states have investigated the competing practices of Oculus, a virtual reality headset maker owned by Meta, according to people familiar with the matter.
In interviews with several developers, antitrust enforcers asked about possible discriminatory practices against Meta's competitors in the Oculus app store. They were curious about Meta's sales strategy for Oculus VR devices, and why the company's devices were priced lower than competitors.
This follows reports of developers complaining that Meta is using its market power to thwart companies that offer competing games and services on the Oculus app store. (Financial Association)
Nai Xue's tea released a big data report, with an average of 3.5 days to push a new report
According to Nai Xue's "2021 Big Data Report", in 2021, Nai Xue will launch a total of 105 new products, including 42 beverages, 37 bakery products and 26 retail products, with an average of 3.5 days.
Nearly 40% of consumers in Shanghai, known for its "sweet taste", choose sweetness below the standard, making it the city with the most "sugar control" in the country. It is worth mentioning that, of the 10 cities with the lowest proportion of standard sugar drinks, 7 are from the Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai "free shipping areas", and the other 3 cities are Beijing, Xiamen and Chengdu. (Snack Generation)
"Mushroom leather" brand MycoWorks completes $125 million in Series C financing
Recently, California-based biotechnology innovation company MycoWorks announced the completion of a $125 million Series C financing. Reishi The mushroom leather material and the collaboration with Hermès are famous in the fashion world.
MycoWorks will use the funds to launch the first Fine Mycelium in South Carolina Full-scale production facility to meet growing customer demand for its leather alternatives, including flagship Reishi .
Reishi It is a plastic and animal-free leather alternative, rapidly cultivated in mycelium (mushroom cells) and agricultural by-products, and the entire growth process is carbon-negative.
After 12 years of research and development, the Fine Mycelium platform has a highly controllable cultivation process and can customize leather alternative materials of different thicknesses, weights and textures for brands. The platform also provides traceability for brands' supply chains, further reducing waste and improving sustainability. . (Luxe.Co)
Trendy brand Chill releases NFT, free gift with new sweater
Recently, the trendy brand Chill released a new polar fleece tie-dyed half-zip sweater, and released an NFT digital artwork called "sunny chill" to the world on the mainstream NFT trading platform Opensea, which is presented for free with the sweater.
The new polar fleece tie-dye half-zip sweater released this time adopts the long-standing tie-dyeing process. Each piece has a unique pattern. The fabric is made of light and thin polar fleece, and the loose version shows the style of city boy.
The high price of NFT digital artwork has kept most young people out. Chill hopes to let more young people truly own an NFT through this event, and also hopes to become a style consultant for the city boys in the new era. (nowre)
The new domestic intangible cultural heritage brand "Zhu Bingren · Copper" received tens of millions of RMB investment
Recently, the new domestic intangible cultural heritage brand "Zhu Bingren Copper" announced that it has received tens of millions of yuan in strategic equity investment. This financing will be invested in product digital marketing, brand promotion, team building, etc.
Founded in 2008, Zhu Bingren Tong is a cultural and creative enterprise. The founder adheres to the concept of "Bronze · Life", combines modern aesthetics and traditional craftsmanship, and insists on hand-made.
The main products of the brand are tea utensils, flower utensils, incense utensils, murals, sword utensils, etc., covering multiple scenes such as home, office, tea management, martial arts, etc. There are now more than 100 offline experience halls, mainly distributed in major airports, High-end shopping malls, scenic pedestrian streets.
Zhu Bingren·Bronze inherits the "Zhu Fu Bronze Art" which has a history of more than 100 years. In 2008, the bronze carving skills represented by Zhu Bingren's bronze carving were selected as the national intangible cultural heritage. (Brand Planet)
Title: "Sweet, Deadly"
Author: [English] John Yudkin
Published: December 2021
For a long time, in order to safeguard its vested interests, the sugar industry has firmly denied the close connection between sugar intake and human health, and has deliberately downplayed and distorted the scientific fact that a large amount of sugar is harmful to the body, and even denies the scientific fact that a large amount of sugar is harmful to the body. Scientists threaten and resist.
In the book, Dr. Yudkin recorded in detail his experience of wrestling with the World Sugar Research Organization, the British Nutrition Foundation and other institutions, and also gave sugar consumers a more transparent consumption environment.
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