Tuesday, May 21, 2019

In Switzerland, 5G is launched

The telecom company and service provider announced that Swisscom, the largest telecom provider in Ericsson and Switzerland, has switched Europe's first large-scale commercial 5G network to support commercially available smartphones. The network and its 5G services are available in 54 cities in Switzerland, including the largest settlements in Zurich, Bern, Geneva, Basel, Lausanne and Lucerne. As all the other components were already in place, obtaining a commercial license meant that the partners had to connect the network with just one touch.

Twitter has been punished by two Huawei employees

However, their crime was not using microblogging (although it was forbidden in China), but being done with iPhone.

He was demoted, and his salary was reduced by about $ 200,000 a month for two Huawei employees after it turned out that the company's new year's Twitter message was sent out of the iPhone, and they forgot to delete the "via Twitter for iPhone" signature. 

Messenger messages can be deleted

The Facebook chat application, Messenger, has been criticized earlier for not deleting messages that are postponed or considered superfluous. Facebook has announced earlier this year that it is working on this feature, and now is the time to launch.

To use it, you just have to do the cursor on the text in question, click on the small icon that pops up then select the remove option. There we can decide whether we want to permanently remove it for all the participants of the chat (we have ten minutes in total) or we can only delete it for ourselves. The latter can come in handy if you want to create a screenshot and do not want to embarrass an embarrassing, distracting text.

Chinese group would explode with an 8K 5G television

Huawei is becoming a stronger and more influential player in the global technology sector, but so far the group seemed to leave the television segment cold. Recently, however, it has rumored that this will not be so long.

Nikkei was aware that this year the company would be busting into the television market, and no matter how much it would take an 8K resolution 5G device. 

Intel has announced new slots affecting some of its processors

Intel has announced a new vulnerability affecting some of their processors, called MDS, or Microarchitectural Data Sampling. Four forms of this have been identified and each has a separate CVE classification: CVE-2018-12126, CVE-2018-12130, CVE-2018-12127 and CVE-2019-11091.

The problem arises again from speculative execution, as MDS allows access to data stored in the processor's internal structure, including various buffers, for a code that should not otherwise access stored information. 

Huawei's Android operating system has been around for a long time

Referring to three Chinese reports, China's Global Times wrote in a post on Twitter that Huawei's proprietary operating system code is HongMeng OS. You will need to deploy this because Google will not license Android to the company, the background of which has been reported below .

Huawei is a hell of a hard-hitting situation in the USA

Even in the previous week, processes began in the United States that were preparing for very serious decisions. Donald Trump, president of the country, signed a presidential decree last Wednesday on the protection of telecommunication networks, which makes it possible to ban unwanted players from the US. Although the companies were not named in the decree, it was obvious that China was Huawei and ZTE.

In Switzerland, 5G is launched