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” We need to keep in mind constantly that allegation is not evidence.” So starts a document just published by Huawei, heavily estimating a 1954 US Senate report that condemned McCarthy and his anti-Communist hysteria. The document is a prelude to Huawei’s forthcoming public testimony to the U.S. Home of Representatives’ Intelligence Committee, and its message is clear: the Chinese maker is tired of just how it’s being treated in America, where numerous telecoms agreements have been prevented over “nationwide protection worries.” Huawei wishes to be seen as an “option” rather than a “hazard,” claiming it has scope to increase its 140,000 labor force and would like to produce more tasks in America– if only the US government would remove its “barricade.”
Lots of other arguments are put forward, but some of the most interesting paragraphs deal with the background of Huawei’s founder, Ren Zhengfei. The document claims that Zhengfei has actually been “tragically misconstrued” and that his alleged parts in individuals’s Liberation Army and Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are “unsubstantiated.” The report doesn’t deny those memberships, however instead downplays their value– for example by insisting that the CCP is now concentrated on promoting “private entrepreneurs” and “democratization.” We undoubtedly stopped reviewing at that point, however if you would certainly such as to continue then the full 78-page PDF is linked below.
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Unable to sleep soundly because of the lingering fear that someone’s rummaging around your living room? Logitech’s newest surveillance gizmo, the 750n Indoor Master System, should ease your worries, since it adds 130-degree night vision and illuminates whatever’s lurking in the darkness at a distance of up to 50 feet. Like Logitech’s older products, such as the Alert Master, the 750n records video at 960 x 720p, and it uses the same HomePlug adapter for installation. If you’re already feeding your paranoia with a Logitech Alert Master, you can upgrade to the night-vision capabilities with the 700n Indoor Add-On Camera. The products cost $ 300 and $ 230, respectively, and will be available before the end of the month, but you can join us after the break for our impressions.
Gallery: Logitech Alert 750n hands-on
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Android apps caught data snooping
Miya Knights, V3.co.uk , Friday 1 October 2010 at 14:01:00 Study claims personal data sent to developers and advertisers without user notification Researchers have published the results of a study showing that Android applications are sending data to their developers and online advertisers without notifying users. The joint study by Intel Labs, Penn State and Duke University found that publicly …
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Android Keyboard Shortcuts: All The Hotkeys You Need
Android’s keyboard shortcuts can make navigating your phone easier than ever. Here’s a list of hotkeys to help you get around.
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Spy shots reveal Android-powered Samsung ‘Continuum’ with dual screens
Weâ€™ve seen Android smartphones over the past several months with touchscreens both big and small, but there hasnâ€™t been an Android handset with two screens â€” well, not yet.
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