40s News Express
- Huawei’s self driving model launched, 38 . From 890000 yuan
- The former employee apologized, Tesla withdrew the lawsuit and reached a settlement with Xiaopeng automobile
- NASA signs $2.9 billion deal with SpaceX
- Out of stock: new currency Chia sets off a boom of high capacity hard disk mining
- Cryptocurrency crash market!
- Firefox will no longer support the FTP protocol
- Google supports the introduction of rust code into Linux kernel
- Docker 20 . ten . 6, officially supporting Apple M1
Industry focus events
Alpha s model with Huawei’s automatic driving is on sale from 388900 yuan
On April 17, the polar fox alpha s was officially launched, with a total of six versions. Among them, the alpha s Huawei hi model equipped with Huawei’s advanced automatic driving solution system has a pre-sale price of 388900 yuan.
A few days ago, the test drive video of Jihu alpha s, which is equipped with Huawei’s automatic driving technology, was first exposed. Its solutions for unprotected turning, traffic light starting and stopping, narrow road meeting and urban road overtaking are outstanding.
It took two years to settle: Tesla withdrew the lawsuit and Xiaopeng reached a settlement
Cao Guangzhi‘s defense lawyer issued a statement on the 16th, saying Tesla had reached a settlement agreement with Cao Guangzhi, and Cao Guangzhi apologized to Tesla.
Cao admitted that he uploaded Tesla’s autopilot source code to icloud cloud storage account during his work at Tesla. After leaving Tesla, Cao Guangzhi’s attempt to remove the source code failed. However, it said that it had no commercial purpose, let alone provided Tesla code to any third party.
The case began in 2019 when Tesla sued Cao Guangzhi, a former Tesla engineer and “perception director” of Xiaopeng automobile, for stealing trade secrets related to autopilot before joining Xiaopeng automobile, and divulging them to Xiaopeng automobile.
It took two years for the dust to settle.
NASA signs $2.9 billion deal with SpaceX
On the 16th, SpaceX won a $2.9 billion bid against Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s blue origin and Alabama’s military and space contractor dynamics, and signed a “sky high price” contract with NASA to provide project support for its Artemis program.
It is reported that the goal of the program is to send astronauts safely to the moon and return by 2024, and to establish a normalized residence mechanism.
New currency “Chia” set off the upsurge of large capacity hard disk mining
Chia, a new currency, is becoming more and more popular. It is different from traditional virtual currency. Its acquisition method is to use idle hard disk storage space for mining. In the past month, there has been a shortage crisis of large capacity hard disks.
Cryptocurrency crash market!
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are in a crash market. Based on 24-hour rise and fall calculation, bitcoin plummeted by 17%, Ethereum plummeted by 20%, coin an plummeted by 17%, reborn plummeted by 26%, Dog Coin plummeted by 19%, Wright coin plummeted by 28%, wave field plummeted by 25%, and grapefruit coin plummeted by 29%.
Latest technology trends
Firefox will no longer support the FTP protocol
In January this year, chrome 88 removed support for internal access to FTP links (FTP: / /). Now, the same decision has been made by Firefox.
Firefox browser announced the removal of FTP protocol support from Firefox 90. First, it will disable this function by default in the version of Firefox 88, and then it will completely remove the support for file transfer protocol in the version of Firefox 90.
Google supports the introduction of rust code into Linux kernel
“We think rust is now ready to join C as a practical language for kernel implementation. It can help us to reduce the potential bugs and security vulnerabilities in the privileged code. At the same time, it also works well with the kernel and can retain its performance characteristics to a large extent. “Google engineers on Google security blog support the introduction of rust code into the Linux kernel.
Docker 20.10.6 released, officially supporting Apple M1
Docker released a new version of docker desktop, officially supporting Apple M1, version 3.3.0.