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    • Hyderabad Metro to start trial runs soon hyderabad Metro starts traials south india

      30 September Hyderabad(India): The Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) is gearing up to commence trial runs for obtaining safety clearances from the Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) to launch Metro operations from November-end. CMRS clearances are mandatory before commencement of operations on the Miyapur-Nagole stretch covering 29 km. The CMRS had already issued safety clearances for the Miyapur – S.R.Nagar and Nagole – Mettuguda stretches covering nearly 20 km. “It is almost like a formality and all the works are being taken up at brisk pace. The test runs will commence shortly and the CMRS will issue clearance in...

    • Apple Launched New Smart Phones

      13 September US (Global Times)-Apple’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tim Cook introduces new iPhone X during a special event in Cupertino, California, the United States on Sept. 12, 2017. Apple Inc. released a series of new products and services in Cupertino on Tuesday. Apple Inc. rolled out Tuesday its latest version of iPhone with new features on the 10th anniversary of its line of smartphone. Tim Cook, Apple chief executive officer (CEO), briefly introduced the new phone, named iPhone 8, while other executives provided more details about the flagship product. With new camera, other new hardware components and new...

    • Beijing’s new airport to be world’s biggest aviation hub

      The new airport under construction south of Beijing will become the world’s biggest aviation hub, reports the financial media company Bloomberg. An artist’s impression of what Beijing’s new airport will look like. Located on the southern part of Daxing district, along the border with Hebei province, the new airport is planned to go into service in 2019. “There are demands to add hundreds of flights in Beijing every day that get refused because we’re running out of resources. The city is capable of running dual hubs,” said Liu Xuesong, the general manager of Capital Airports Holding...

    • CRC speeds up modernization

      23 August Beijing-China Railways Corp, the country’s rail operator, plans to purchase 500 bullet trains with an operating speed of 350 kilometers per hour from China Railway Rolling Stock Corp by 2020, it said in a statement on Monday night. This move indicates that China is raising the operating speed of its high-speed trains from 300 kph since 2011. China will also release a new schedule on Sept 21 to improve its rail passenger service and operational efficiency. China’s new-generation bullet train, the Fuxing, will make seven round trips each day between Beijing and Shanghai from Sept 21 at...

    • China’s new bullet train has top speed of 400 km/hr

      12 August China Homegrown technology creates speeds of 400 km/hr A “Fuxing” high-speed train, China’s new-generation bullet train, departs from Beijing South Railway Station for its maiden voyage to Shanghai on Monday. Photo: IC China unveiled its next-generation bullet train to the public Monday, capable of top speeds of 400 kilometers per hour, as two “Fuxing” trains traveled between Beijing and Shanghai with passengers for the first time. The Fuxing, which means “rejuvenation,” is the first entirely domestically-developed high-speed train, or electric multiple unit (EMU), as it is called. The two trains departed at the same time at 11.05...

    • China sends first hack-proof code from space

      11 August China-China’s quantum communication ground station in Lijiang, Southwest China’s Yunnan Province. Photo: Courtesy of the University of Science and Technology of China. Chinese scientists have sent a hack-proof code from a satellite to the Earth, becoming the first in the world to realize quantum key distribution (QKD) from space to the ground. The achievement, based on experiments conducted with the world’s first quantum satellite, Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS), was published in the authoritative academic journal Nature on Thursday. The Nature reviewers commented that the experiment was an impressive achievement, and constituted a milestone in the...

    • Three steps for China to dominate global AI sector

      Illustration: Peter C. Espina/GT Recently, China’s artificial intelligence (AI) development has attracted domestic and international attention. The State Council issued a new plan to guide the development of China’s AI from basic technology to practical applications. The British Economist magazine wrote that because of talent and data advantages, as well as the strong support of the government, China may catch up with the US in the field of AI. As an AI practitioner, I think it is possible that the China’s AI technology can occupy the leading position in the world. The field will eventually narrow to a competition...

    • China’s first homemade aircraft carrier to enter mooring trials next month

      China’s first homemade aircraft carrier will likely enter mooring trials next month ahead of schedule, said Hu Wenming, general director of construction of the aircraft carrier, CCTV.com reported on Aug. 3. Hu introduced that construction of China’s second aircraft carrier, also the country’s first homemade one, is going well after it hit the water in Dalian on April 26 this year. Hu added that the carrier will likely start mooring trials next month ahead of schedule to test if its equipment is able to meet the requirements for further sea trial. China’s first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, has been...

    • Fuxing high speed trains restore confidence in Chinese tech at home and abroad

      Capable of running at 400km/hr, innovative train poses challenge to Western rivals ○ The debut of next-generation Fuxing bullet trains symbolizes that the shadow cast by the fatal 2011 Wenzhou crash has been dispelled. ○ The new trains, which were totally domestically developed, also mark a milestone in the country’s high speed rail exports and its companies’ competiveness with the West. ○ However political challenges still pose road blocks to Chinese technology being exported abroad. Passengers wait to board a Fuxing high-speed train in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province on June 26. Photo: CFP Passengers on the brand-new high-speed Fuxing train...

    • Apple sales boosted by services growth

      Technology giant Apple, best known for its iPhones and computers, said newer lines of business such as Apple Pay, the App Store and Apple Music helped to drive growth in its third quarter. The services unit was what one analyst described as a “shining light” during a period with robust sales across Apple’s different product lines, including iPhones and iPads. The firm said quarterly revenues grew by 7% year-on-year to $45.4bn, news that sent its stock surging more than 5% in after-hours trade. It also forecast strong sales ahead. Apple is expected to release new and updated iPhones next...