Original title: Science and Technology Morning Post｜Beijing opened the nation’s first commercialization pilot for autonomous driving services, and Tencent Cloud’s rumor-defying database leaked
Beijing opens the country’s first pilot commercialization of autonomous driving services
On November 25, the Beijing High-level Autonomous Driving Demonstration Zone Office announced that Beijing officially opened the country’s first pilot commercialization of autonomous driving travel services.
Baidu and Xiaoma Zhixing became the first companies to be allowed to carry out commercial pilot services, and received their respective self-driving vehicle charging notices. Within the 60 square kilometers of the Economic Development Zone, they will invest no more than 100 autonomous vehicles to test their services.
According to CCTV reports, the overall pricing of the autonomous driving commercialization pilot service refers to the pricing mechanism of private cars and online car-hailing, and the initial discount will be very large.
Tencent Cloud’s anti-rumor database leaked
Recently, there have been rumors that the Tencent Cloud database was leaked. Tencent’s “Goose Factory Blackboard News” WeChat public account stated on November 25 that the rumors of “Tencent Cloud Database Leakage” were rumours.
On the same day, the “Tencent Cloud” WeChat official account announced that Tencent Cloud officially opened its first data center in South America, located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. So far, Tencent Cloud has operated 68 available zones globally, covering 27 geographic regions.
OPPO launches Reno7 series mobile phones
On November 25, OPPO officially launched the Reno7 series of mobile phones with a starting price of 2,199 yuan. The new product is equipped with the RGBW sensor IMX709 jointly developed with Sony.
In terms of hardware configuration, Reno7 Pro and Reno7 are equipped with Dimensity 1200-MAX and Snapdragon 778G SoCs respectively. In terms of systems, all systems are equipped with a brand-new ColorOS 12 system.
Foxconn subsidiary JUSDA seeks pre-IPO financing
According to foreign media reports, Foxconn subsidiary JUSDA seeks US$300-400 million in financing before the IPO.
Information on the official website shows that JUSDA is the only authorized supply chain logistics management platform service company of Foxconn Technology Group, focusing on the entire end-to-end supply chain integration of the manufacturing upstream from raw materials to finished products, and downstream from finished products to end consumers.
At present, JUSDA closely cooperates with more than 3,000 3C component manufacturers and customers around the world, serving more than 1,000 well-known brand customers.
Turkey’s currency has depreciated sharply, and Apple products have been suspended from local sales
Local time on November 24, according to foreign media reports, due to the sharp depreciation of the Turkish currency lira in the short term, Apple products have been suspended in Turkey.
At present, the Turkish version of Apple’s official website is still operating normally, but products cannot be added to the shopping cart, let alone purchase. Offline, Apple has taken restrictive measures, and some stores declined customers to enter.
The exchange rate of the Turkish currency lira against the U.S. dollar hit a record low on the 23rd, reaching 13.44:1. Since the beginning of this year, the lira has depreciated by about 45%, half of which occurred in the past week.