Huawei Confirms Its Own Os Will Replace Android In Worst Case Scenario

Huawei Confirms Its Own OS Will Replace Android In Worst Case Scenario


It has long been rumored that Huawei has built its own operating system. Not that lightweight OS that it has running on its new smartwatches, but a full-fledged OS which could replace Android on its smartphones. The company has now confirmed the existence of the operating system while pointing out that it’s will serve as an alternative to Android in the worst case scenario. That involves Huawei being cut off from licensing Google’s Android.

That worst case scenario almost came true for ZTE as it was hit by a ban in the United States for violating an earlier agreement related to a sanctions violation. ZTE later settled its matters with the authorities and was able to operate its business once again.

Honda To Recall 1.1 Million U.s. Vehicles To Re-replace Takata Airbags

Honda to recall 1.1 million U.S. vehicles to re-replace Takata airbags

Honda said on Tuesday it would recall about 1.1 million Honda and Acura vehicles in the United States to re-replace defective Takata airbags on the driver's side. The company said it was aware of one injury linked to the defect that may have caused the airbag to rupture when it was deployed in a crash. The vehicles involved in the recall were previously repaired using specific Takata desiccated replacement inflators (PSDI-5D) or entire replacement airbag modules containing these inflators. "Those replacement inflators," Honda said in a statement, "are now deemed defective." Free repairs of the recalled cars would begin immediately in the United States with replacement parts made by alternate suppliers, Honda said. Honda became aware of the issue after a Honda Odyssey crash, where the front airbag deployed and injured the driver's arm. An investigation later showed that manufacturing issues at Takata's Mexico facility introduced excessive moisture into the inflator during assembly, leading to the problem. The total number of recalled inflators is now about 21 million in about 12.9 million Honda and Acura vehicles that have been subject to recall for replacing Takata front airbag inflators in the United States, the company said. Automakers in the United States repaired more than 7.2 million defective Takata air bag inflators in 2018, as companies have ramped up efforts to track down parts in need of replacement.

Tokyo To Replace Seismic Dampers At Olympic Pool

Tokyo to replace seismic dampers at Olympic pool

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government says it will replace faulty anti-quake devices found at a facility housing a swimming pool to be used in the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.

The 16 faulty shock absorbing dampers have been found at the Olympic Aquatics Center under construction. Officials say the work to replace the faulty devices will not affect its scheduled completion in February 2020.

Mazda Working On Lithium-ion Batteries To Replace Lead-acid Starter Batteries

Mazda working on lithium-ion batteries to replace lead-acid starter batteries

In the quest for ever better fuel economy, car companies are looking for every single advantage possible, no matter how small. This is evident in everything from active grille shutters to the 48-volt mild-hybrid electric assist systems like that in the new Ram 1500. For Mazda, the latest target for potential efficiency gains is the lowly 12-volt starter battery.

The company announced that it is partnering with two other companies, ELIIY Power and Ube Industries, to develop a lithium-ion starter battery that would be used on mainstream models in place of conventional lead-acid units. Mazda plans to have them ready for use by 2021. The advantage here would be that 12-volt lithium-ion batteries would be much smaller and lighter than the lead-acid ones they replace. And lighter cars don't need as much fuel to move around. Plus, as an added benefit, making cars lighter also often makes them faster and better handling. This is why companies such as Lotus and Porsche have offered optional lithium-ion 12-volt batteries for some lightweight sports cars.

Nissan Z Sports Car Is Far From Dead, Despite The Fact That There Are No Official Plans Yet To Replace The Ageing 370z

Nissan Z sports car is far from dead, despite the fact that there are no official plans yet to replace the ageing 370ZIt appears that Nissan's Z sports car is far from dead, despite the fact that there are no official plans yet to replace the ageing 370Z.Nissan’s chief planning officer Philippe Klein told Automotive News that the reports of the Z’s death are greatly exaggerated.When asked though if Nissan is developing a successor to the 370Z, which has been on the market since 2009, he avoided to give a clear answer. “We’re working on it and it’s very present, but I have no indication to give you,” Klein said.

Fujitsu Develops World's Smallest Sensor That Eliminates The Need To Replace Batteries

Fujitsu Develops World's Smallest Sensor that Eliminates the Need to Replace Batteries - Fareastgizmos
Fujitsu today announced development of the world’s smallest sensor that eliminates the need to replace batteries. The new sensor supports Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) wireless transmission technology that can reach a broad area with low power.

On-site data can be directly transmitted to the cloud across several kilometers just by placing an 82x24x6 mm miniature sensor.
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Nozane To Replace Folger At Japanese Grand Prix

Nozane to Replace Folger at Japanese Grand PrixLocal hero Kohta Nozane will step in for the absent Jonas Folger this weekend at the Motul Grand Prix of Japan. Folger will fly home today in order to undertake more medical checks and his seat will be filled by Nozane, who made his Grand Prix debut as a 16-year-old in the 2012 Japanese Moto2 race as a wildcard. He won the Japanese GP2 class one year later and for the past few seasons, he has competed in the JSB1000 Championship where he has produced some highly impressive results. In addition, he has also notably battled for Yamaha in the Endurance World Championship. The Monster Yamaha Tech3 team would like to welcome Nozane, and would also like to wish Jonas Folger a speedy recovery.

Nikon D850 'confirmed' To Replace The D810

Nikon D850 'Confirmed' To Replace The D810

The Nikon D810 was originally announced back in 2014, which means that it is now 3 years old, and by camera standards it also means that it is prime for a successor. According to a report from Nikon Rumors, it seems that they can "confirm" that the successor to the Nikon D810 will be the Nikon D850.

This is actually not the first time we've heard about the camera's successor, but many had assumed that the successor would be known as the Nikon D820, which we guess makes sense. We're not sure why Nikon is making such a big jump in terms of model numbers, but we guess we'll just have to wait and see if the rumors pan out.

Michael Van Der Mark To Replace Kohta Nozane For Round 5 Of The All Japan Jsb1000 Championship

Michael van der Mark to Replace Kohta Nozane for Round 5 of the All Japan JSB1000 ChampionshipYART Yamaha Official EWC Team rider Kohta Nozane will participate in Round 4 of the Endurance World Championship (EWC) at the Slovakia Ring on June 23–24, continuing his role as a member of the YART Team. As this falls on the same race weekend of Round 5 of the All Japan Road Race Championship, Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team rider Michael van der Mark will replace Nozane as the rider of the YAMAHA FACTORY RACING TEAM.