Family entertainment value artifact, recalled code S1 d…

With the continuous development of the Internet, smart TVs and network boxes have gradually entered millions of households. In the past, they used cable set-top boxes to watch live broadcasts of computers, PADs, or mobile phones. Since the emergence of the Internet box, maj ---MORE---

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New materials in the field of indium tin oxide or photo…

An international research team wrote in the journal Science published on the 28th that indium tin oxide (ITO) can achieve optical nonlinearity more than hundreds of times higher than other materials, and it is expected to play a major role in many photonics applications in the future. Compared with ---MORE---

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Beat TV by it? Optoma high home projector evaluation

With people's constant understanding of home projection, TV and projection are no longer a dilemma. Both products serve people's spiritual entertainment. Choosing a suitable home projector product can bring unexpected changes to your life. HD200D is still another gre ---MORE---

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Past, present and future of the Internet of Things

Just a few years ago, the Internet of Things (IoT) was an unreachable dream in the minds of imaginative tech fans. Now that the tools, equipment, and infrastructure that support the Internet of Things have become a reality, it's time to review the evolution of the Internet ---MORE---

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65 inches into a large screen mainstream boutique TV sh…

With the decrease in the price of the TV's upstream panel, the most intuitive feeling for consumers is that the price of the TV is constantly declining. At the same price, only a 40-inch TV can be bought before 780 years ago. You can buy one of the sixty to seventy-inch ---MORE---

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LED lights help lettuce grown on the International Spac…

In August last year, lettuce became a hero. According to foreign media reports, on August 11, astronauts living in the International Space Station tasted the lettuce they planted in space for the first time. Scientists see the taste on the tip of the tongue as an important step in the manned spacecr ---MORE---

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