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fact worth mentioning that Huawei has been in cooperation with most of the major mobile operators across Europe. The European attitude towards Huawei also represents a widening gap between the two sides of the Atlantic, with an openness to safeguarding multilateralism and cooperation. This stands in stark contrast to the U.S. unilateralism and protectionism, and promises brighter economic prospects with new business models and other innovative ideas generated by the quicker and advanced 5G network. Spain is not the first in Europe to use Huawei technology, and is surely not the last one.Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to the organizers of the first-ever Digital China Summit on Sunday, wh

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he system.In June 2017, a 6-year-old girl was reported missing in northwest Chinas Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Only a photo of the girl taken several years ago could be provided to the local police.The police officers still found the girl quickly thanks to the system, which e

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eir case handling efficiency.A team led by University of Washington researchers reported on Thursday in the journal Science a new way to encode information using magnets that are just a few layers of atoms in thickness. The findings may revolutionize cloud computing te

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chnologies and consumer electronics by enabling data storage at a greater density and improved energy efficiency. The researchers used stacks of ultra-thin materials to exert unprecedented control over the flow of electrons based on the direction of their spins. The el

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ectron "spins" are analogous to tiny, subatomic magnets. The materials that they used include sheets of chromium triiodide (CrI3), a material described in 2017 as the first ever 2-D magnetic insulator. Four sheets have created the thinnest system which can block elect

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rons based on their spins while exerting more than 10 times stronger control than other methods. "Our work reveals the possibility to push information storage based on magnetic technologies to the atomically thin limit," said the paper's co-lead author Song Tiancheng,

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a doctoral student in physics at University of Washington (UW). The researchers sandwiched two layers of CrI3 between conducting sheets of graphene. They showed that, depending on how the spins are aligned between each of the CrI3 sheets, the electrons can either flow

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unimpeded between the two graphene sheets or were largely blocked from flowing. These two different configurations could act as the bits, namely the zeroes and ones of binary code in everyday computing, according to researchers. "The functional units of this type of m

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