Xiaomi‘s “mobile payment in the VR environment” patent authorized
The patent “Mobile payment method and device in a virtual reality environment” developed by Beijing Xiaomi Mobile Software Co., Ltd. was authorized. The technology relies on the interaction of information between the VR device and the mobile terminal to enable users to purchase goods or make in-app payments in a VR environment without taking out the mobile terminal in order to make the payment. payment easily and quickly. It can also be applied to all the devices that can interact with the mobile terminals.
Tencent Cloud cooperates with P&C Information in the financial cloud
Tencent Cloud has entered into strategic cooperation with Shanghai P&C Information Technology Co. Ltd. According to the cooperation agreement, P & C’s mobile development platform will be integrated with Tencent Mobile FinTech (TMF) platform, and the two sides will cooperate in the areas of mobile surveillance. , low-code development and WeChat applets. At the same time, they will jointly develop new products in the fields of retail banking and investment banking.
SAIC-backed L4 autonomous driving platform starts working
SAIC Motor announced yesterday that “Xiangdao Robotaxi”, China’s first auto-maker-powered L4 autonomous driving operation platform, has started operation in Shanghai. The robotaxi fleet includes 20 vehicles. Xiangdao Robotaxi plans to increase its fleet to 40 units in Shanghai this year and launch 20 operating vehicles in Suzhou. In 2022, Xiangdao Robotaxi will also land in Shenzhen and increase its fleet to 200 vehicles nationwide.
Smartphone maker OPPO to launch its first self-developed chip
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO could launch its first self-developed chip next week, which will be an independent NPU (neural network processor). âThe company completed registration in June, but the news was not announced,â according to an insider. The chip is built on a 6nm EUV process and manufactured by TSMC.
China’s carbon-neutral market is expected to reach RMB15 trillion in 2050
The “2021 Blue Book of Green Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development in China” shows that China’s zero-carbon energy transition will lead to a huge investment market in seven areas, including the use of renewable resources , energy efficiency, electrification of end consumers, zero carbon electricity production. technology, energy storage, hydrogen energy and digitization. By 2050, the market size of these seven major sectors will reach nearly RMB15 trillion and contribute 80% of cumulative emission reductions in China.
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