Author: Andrew Beck

Andrew Beck is a 28-year-old writer who enjoys playing football and reading books. He is smart and creative, but can also be very sneaky and a bit lazy.

Using robots to make game consoles and improving production efficiency have become an important strategy for SONY’s automated production. According to Japanese media reports, SONY’s robot production line at the Chiba Prefecture plant in Japan can assemble and produce 2 PS4 game consoles per minute. In the future, the new generation of game console PS5 will also be produced on this production line. SONY’s factory in Kisazaru, Chiba, Japan has built a high-speed assembly line managed by robots to produce PS4 game consoles. It takes less than 1 minute to assemble a PS4, and an average of 2 can be…

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The international dollar weakened, hot money expanded into overweight Taiwan stocks of 20.1 billion yuan, and the index stood at “Ten Thousand Seconds”, encouraging the New Taiwan dollar to soar. It once surpassed 2 corners and reached 29.39 yuan. Afterwards, the gains converged to 5.8 points, closing at a new high of more than two years at 29.551 yuan to 1 dollar, and the turnover of the Taipei foreign exchange brokerage company was enlarged to 1.078 billion dollars. Foreign exchange traders pointed out that hot money is making great progress in emerging markets, major Asian stock markets are in full…

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As the US presidential election approaches in November, Silicon Valley’s support for the Democratic Party is becoming clearer! Employees of five major technology companies such as Apple and Microsoft have so far donated US$15 million to the Democratic Party’s election. Among them, streaming giant Netflix has the strongest support, and about 98% of the political contributions go to the party. In contrast, the most supportive Republican Qualcomm employees’ political contributions accounted for only about 50%. According to data from the website of the Independent Supervision Organization Interactive Political Center (CRP), the top five technology companies Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google parent…

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According to the five indicators proposed by Harvard Business School Finance Professor Malcolm Baker and New York University Finance Professor Jeffrey Wurgler, US stocks are not currently in an irrational glory. Hertz, the nation’s second-largest car rental company, claimed that two weeks after its bankruptcy, investors sought after, and its stock price rose sharply; Chesapeake Energy hinted in May that it might claim bankruptcy protection, but the stock price was in early June. Jump up more than 180%. Land company Fangdd (Fangdd), because the company’s name is similar to the fang stock FAANG, had a 400% surge in one day.…

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Tesla’s share price has skyrocketed. It has been 26% bigger in the past few days, and it has broken through the $1,000, $1100, and $1200 barriers. Now, more analysts are optimistic that its share price will rise to a high price of $2,000, compared with 1208 on Friday. The dollar is 66% higher. Tesla’s stock price has experienced ups and downs, and the rise in stock prices has not been steadily increasing at all, so it is called “demon stock” by the outside world. Foreign media reported that investment bank Wedbush analyst Dan Ives pointed out that the strong demand…

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Since the outbreak of the new COVID-19 coronavirus, the situation of bats has become very delicate. Many medical studies believe that they are the source of viruses, and some biologists have called for not to kill bats maliciously. In fact, bats are the host of a variety of coronaviruses, but bats themselves are not infected by viruses, so studying them may find important implications for the next new coronavirus. The BBC was invited to follow the research team of the Thai Red Cross New Infectious Diseases Health Science Center to learn about the process of collecting bat samples at Khao…

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Last Sunday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang held a special meeting to “stabilize foreign trade.” As one of the troikas of the Chinese economy, he believes that “the foreign trade environment is still grim and complex,” and “this must be fully estimated and prepared for.” The data also confirms this statement. Although the export of anti-epidemic materials has grown vigorously, China’s May foreign trade data is still dragged down by a variety of factors-exports have shifted from rising to falling, and imports have continued to be double-struck by volume and price to refresh the lowest for more than four years. For…

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In 1924, exactly at the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, Lenin passed away. The Soviet people renamed Saint Petersburg Leningrad to commemorate this revolutionary leader. In the same year, in the Soviet Union’s hostile country during World War I-Germany, a doctor named Hanks Berger discovered for the first time a sign in the human brain-the EEG signal . Through EEG signals, activities in the brain can be converted into electronic signals for reading, and at this point, people have found a way to obtain information from the mysterious brain. At that time,…

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At the end of May, Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz announced his retirement. During this coaching change, the outside world generally believes that Magic Leap’s past strategy to create consumer-grade AR glasses “lost all.” Magic Leap, the most watched company in the AR industry, has been exposed to a series of negative news in the past six months. First in November last year, Magic Leap was revealed that as early as August, it had pledged all 1,903 patents under its name to JPMorgan Chase in exchange for commercial loans, and is in the E round of financing. Immediately afterwards, the…

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Recently I heard a photographer say something. When he was eating in a restaurant, he took a picture of Zhangluofan powder and uploaded it to a photo photography community. Within a few days, he received a share of more than a dozen dollars on his account. The gain is due to the fact that this image was adopted by an explosive gourmet article through copyright distribution. The photographer quipped, “Take a picture, and you’ll earn a meal.” This community is called Graphworm and is a product of ByteDance. Compared with Douyin, Toutiao and other popular apps, Tutu’s attention and discussion…

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