NOW IN TECH WEEKEND: ZTE is not over in America

1. ZTE is not over in America <o:p></o:p>


President Donald Trump said this weekend
that he would work with Chinese President Xi Jinping to figure out a way for
ZTE’s future. The company claimed to have disclosed major operating activities
in the US following a commerce department order. But recently, it seems that
everything is yet over. ZTE still has its chance to return to America. <o:p></o:p>

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2. Doug Field is taking a leave<o:p></o:p>

Former head of Tesla Model 3 Doug Field is
taking a break to spend time with family. The decision was made after Field was
removed from his position as head of Model 3 production, which was replaced by
Elon Musk.

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3. Boston made SpotMini go on sale next
year
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SpotMini, a dog-shaped robot will go o sale
next year. The product was produced by Boston Dynamics and the company now owns
10 SpotMini prototypes.<o:p></o:p>

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4. Facial-recognition software inaccurate
in 98% of cases
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Facial recognition may not be the high-tech
policing solution it’s purported to be, with new figures showing
facial-recognition software used by the UK’s Metropolitan Police returned
incorrect matches in 98 percent of cases.<o:p></o:p>

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5. OnePlus 6 images reportedly leaked by
Amazon Germany
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WinFuture posted
images of the front and back of the Chinese phonemaker’s new flagship handset,
saying they were originally posted by Amazon’s German marketplace. The handset
will be available in “Mirror Black” and “Midnight Black”.<o:p></o:p>

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