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Will a magnet really destroy your smartphone?磁铁真的会毁了你的智能手机吗?Do magnets actually pose a terrifying risk to our gadgets, and where did we get the idea that they’re dangerous in the first place?磁铁真的会对我们的智能工具造成威胁吗?我们又是为什么会认为它们是危险的?Let’s find out.现在我们就来揭晓。This more than likely stems from old electronic devices, such as CRT monitors and televisions, which were susceptible to magnetic fields, explains Matt Newby from first4magnets, ;When placing a strong magnet near one of these you could distort the picture. Thankfully, modern televisions and monitors aren’t susceptible in this way.;“老式电子设备如 CRT 显示器和电视机易受磁场影响,”first4magnets公司的马特·纽比解释道,“当你在这些设备附件放置强力磁铁时,画面可能会变形。不过值得庆幸的是,现代电视机和显示器不易受到此种影响。”Most modern electronics, like our smartphones, are not going to be adversely affected by small magnets; but is that all there is to it?大多数现代电子产品,比如我们的智能手机,不太会受到小型磁铁的不利影响,不过事情真是如此吗?How do magnets affect smartphones?磁铁是如何影响智能手机的?The vast majority of magnets that you come across day to day, even many of the super-strong ones on the market, will have no adverse effect on your smartphone, says Matt, ;In fact, within the device there will be a number of very small magnets which perform important functions.For example, the new Apple Watch uses a magnetic inductive wireless charging system.;马特表示“我们在日常生活中见到的绝大多数的磁铁,甚至市面上那种超强磁铁都不会对指智能手机造成伤害”,“事实上,在一些装置内会有若干非常小但却发挥重要作用的磁铁。例如,最新一代的苹果手表就使用了磁性感应无线充电系统。”However, before you get carried away and start rubbing magnets all over your smartphone, there is something else to consider.不过,在你大松一口气,开始用磁铁在你的智能手机上划来划去之前,还要了解一些事情。Matt warned that magnetic fields can temporarily interfere with the digital compass and magnetometer inside your smartphone, and that’s more serious than you may think.马特警告说,磁场可能暂时干扰智能手机里的数字罗盘和磁强计,而其后果远比你想象的严重。The engineers over at Kamp;J Magnetics actually experimented with an iPhone to show how the sensors inside can be affected by a magnet.其实,Kamp;J Magnetics工程师已经用iPhone进行了实验,来检测磁铁会如何影响iPhone内部的传感器。The problem we found is that a nearby magnet will affect the internal magnetic sensors inside the phone. The compass won’t correctly, explained Michael Paul, an engineer at Kamp;J, ;What’s worse, if you stick a strong magnet to the phone, you could slightly magnetize some steel components inside, making them act like weak magnets. This can make it difficult to properly calibrate the compass.;“我们发现附近的磁铁会影响手机内部的磁性传感器。造成指南针失常,”Kamp;J Magnetics的工程师Michael Paul解释道,“更糟糕的如果你在手机旁放置强力磁铁,里面的一些钢构件会稍稍磁化,他们会变成弱磁铁。这样指南针便难以正确校对。”You might think it’s unimportant because you never use the compass app, but that doesn’t mean other apps aren’t relying on the same sensor.你可能认为这不重要,因为你从来不使用指南针这个应用程序,但这并不意味着其他应用程序不依赖于相同的传感器。Google (GOOGL, Tech30) Maps, for example, uses the sensor to detect which way the phone is facing, and a number of games also rely on it to work out your orientation.例如,谷歌公司(GOOGLTech30)的谷歌地图就使用传感器来检测你的朝向,而且很多游戏也依靠它来判断你的方向。It seems as though magnets aren’t likely to kill your smartphone, but there’s definitely a possibility they’ll mess some pretty important aspects up, so why take the risk?虽然磁铁不会让你的智能手机报废,但它极有可能扰乱一些重要的原件,因此我们完全不必冒这样的险。 /201506/378577。

Google has suspended sales of the test version of its smartglasses and reshuffled the group behind the project to put it under different management.谷歌暂停了测试版智能眼镜的销售,并重组了该项目的幕后团队,将其置于不同机构的管理之下。The action follows a troubled trial period during which the device, called Google Glass, has been widely criticised as a threat to privacy, with many early advocates in the tech world giving up wearing the product.此前,谷歌曾身陷一场十分麻烦的官司。在那段时期内,被称为谷歌眼镜(Google Glass)这款设备被广泛批评为对隐私权的一大威胁。在科技界,许多该产品最初的倡导者都已不再佩戴这款产品。One person familiar with Google’s decision said, however, that the company was not backing away from the troubled project, but was pushing ahead with a second version.不过,一位此决定的知情人士称,谷歌并未退出这一陷入麻烦的项目,而是正在努力推出新的版本。“Going back to the drawing board is the right thing to do” because few owners still wear them, but it is “too premature” to declare Glass a failure, said Carolina Milanesi, an analyst at Kantar Worldpanel. Glass was an ambitious early attempt at wearable technology, which “consumers still do not fully understand and are unwilling, for the most part, to spend a lot of money on,” she added.凯度消费者指数(Kantar Worldpanel)分析师卡罗琳娜#8226;米拉内西(Carolina Milanesi)表示,由于很少还有买主仍在佩戴这款眼镜,“将它回炉重新设计是十分正确的选择”。不过,现在宣称谷歌眼镜失败还“为时尚早”。她补充说,谷歌眼镜是对可穿戴技术一次十分大胆的早期尝试,“消费者仍未完全理解这款产品,最主要的是,他们不愿花费太多资金在该产品上”。The first version had been limited to a so-called “Explorer edition” that was intended as a trial and had achieved its goal of helping the company understand the technology better, the person close to Google said. However, the company had said at one stage that it planned to put the product on general sale before the end of last year.与谷歌关系密切的人士表示,第一版谷歌眼镜仅限于所谓“探索者版本”,它的用意就是用于测试,并已实现了帮助谷歌提高对可穿戴技术认识的目标。不过,谷歌一度表示,计划在2014年年底前大范围销售该款产品。Glass is a product of Google’s X laboratory, which was set up under co-founder Sergey Brin to make big bets on projects such as driverless cars. None of these has yet resulted in new products for Google, despite attracting great interest with their technology breakthroughs.谷歌眼镜是谷歌旗下X实验室的产品。该实验室由谷歌共同创始人谢尔盖#8226;布林(Sergey Brin)设立,其目的是用于豪赌无人驾驶汽车等项目。不过,尽管这些项目在技术上的突破引起了人们的极大兴趣,它们还没有为谷歌的产品线添加新成员。The Glass project will be taken out of the X lab and put under the control of Tony Fadell, a former Apple executive who runs Google’s Nest smarthome division.谷歌将把谷歌眼镜项目从X实验室分离出来,置于托尼#8226;法代尔(Tony Fadell)管控之下。法代尔曾是苹果公司(Apple)的主管,目前管理着谷歌旗下的Nest智能家居部门。Putting Mr Fadell in charge suggested that Google would do more work on design while also looking for ways to make Glass more useful by integrating the technology with other connected home and car products, said Ms Milanesi.米拉内西表示,让法代尔负责该项目,意味着谷歌会在开展更多设计工作的同时,通过将该技术与其他物联网家庭和汽车产品的整合,想办法让谷歌眼镜变得更加有用。The decision marks a significant expansion of Mr Fadell’s responsibilities and throws him into a head-to-head contest with his former colleagues at Apple, whose Watch device, expected to go on sale soon, is the tech world’s other most closely followed experiment in the area.这一决定标志着法代尔背负的责任大大增加,并让他陷入与苹果前同事针锋相对的竞争之中。目前,苹果公司旗下的苹果手表(Apple Watch)设备预计很快就会上架销售。该产品是科技界另一款受到最密切关注的可穿戴领域试验产品。It also represents a change in direction from the strategy that Larry Page, Google’s chief executive, had laid out. His earlier plan had been to give Mr Fadell considerable autonomy inside the company to build a big business around home automation, rather than giving him responsibility for other hardware initiatives.此外,该决定还意味着,对于其首席执行官拉里#8226;佩奇(Larry Page)所做的战略布局,谷歌正在加以调整。此前,佩奇的计划并不是让法代尔负责其他硬件项目,而是在公司内部赋予他极大自治权,以便围绕家庭自动化打造规模庞大的业务。Google also hinted at shifting the focus of Glass more towards business rather than consumer use. Much of the early interest from software developers has involved writing applications for workers who need access to information while their hands are busy with other things.此外,谷歌还暗示会把谷歌眼镜的注意力更多地转向商用而非家用。对于软件开发商来说,他们最初的兴趣主要放在了为某些员工编写应用程序上。这些员工需要在双手被占用时访问各种信息。“Glass at Work has been growing and we’re seeing incredible developments with Glass in the workplace,” the company said in a statement announcing the change.谷歌在宣布这一调整的声明中表示:“职场版谷歌眼镜一直在增长。我们发现,谷歌眼镜在职场的发展令人难以置信。” /201501/355026。

Xiaomi, the fast-growing Chinese gadget maker, will make its first tentative steps into the US market this year.快速增长的中国移动设备制造商小米(Xiaomi),今年将向美国市场迈出试探性的第一步。The five-year-old company, which was valued at roughly bn in a fundraising last year, will launch an array of accessories through its mi.com ecommerce portal in the coming months.这家成立只有5年的企业在去年一轮融资中估值达到约450亿美元。它将在随后几个月里,通过其mi.com电子商务门户网站,向美国推出一系列电子配件。However, Xiaomi said it will not bring the smartphones for which it is best known to the US yet, focusing on lower-cost items such as headphones, battery packs and fitness trackers, because of what its executives described as high regulatory and legal requirements for more expensive and sophisticated devices such as mobile phones and television sets.不过,小米表示,目前还不会向美国推出其最知名的智能手机产品,而会把精力放在耳机、充电宝和健身跟踪设备等价格较低的商品上。小米主管表示,这么做的原因是,对于移动电话和电视机等更昂贵和更精密的设备,监管和法律方面的要求很高。“We intend to launch here in the US in a few months, perhaps a few other markets as well,” Hugo Barra, Xiaomi’s head of global, said in San Francisco on Thursday.周四,小米全球主管雨果#8226;巴拉(Hugo Barra)在旧金山表示:“我们打算几个月后在这里向美国推出我们的产品,也许我们还会向其他几个市场推出产品。”In its first significant press conference held in the US, Lin Bin, Xiaomi’s co-founder, set out his vision for the business, which saw revenues increase 135 per cent to Rmb74.3bn (.9bn).在小米在美国举办的首个大型记者招待会上,该公司共同创始人林斌勾勒了他对小米的愿景,表示小米营收将增长135%,达到743亿元人民币(合119亿美元)。“We are an internet company,” he said. “We are not in the business of only making handsets.”他说:“我们是一家互联网公司,我们的业务不仅仅包括手机制造。”Xiaomi’s MIUI operating system, a customised version of Google’s Android software, is used by more than 100m smartphone owners around the world, he said. He intends to expand that scale even further, fuelled by more than bn in funding last year.他说,全球逾1亿智能手机用户正在使用小米的米柚(MIUI)操作系统。他打算在去年筹得的逾10亿美元资金帮助下,进一步扩大该系统的装机量。米柚是谷歌(Google)Android系统的定制版本。“Driving market share and having a great experience on the device that we sell to users is really the most important goal for us — not profit.”“对我们来说,最重要的目标是扩大市场份额,以及令我们出售给客户的设备带来极佳体验——而不是盈利。” /201502/360147。

Facebook will face two class-action lawsuits after a federal judge said shareholders could pursue their case against the social network, which plaintiffs claim hid concerns about its growth forecasts ahead of its bn initial public offering.Facebook将面对两起集体诉讼。此前一名联邦法官表示,Facebook股东可以对这家社交网络提起诉讼,原告声称Facebook在160亿美元的首次公开发行(IPO)之前隐瞒了对其增长预测的担忧。The world’s largest social network cut its revenue forecasts in the middle of its IPO roadshow, ahead of the offering in May 2012, amid concerns that consumers were switching to using the site on mobile, where it was unclear if it could generate the same degree of growth from advertisements.2012年5月的IPO之前,由于担心消费者会转而在移动端连接其网站,这家全球最大社交网络曾在路演过程中下调营收预期。当时不清楚Facebook能否在移动端创造同样程度的广告增长。Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook chief executive, and Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook chief operating officer, are among the defendants at Facebook, being sued by two classes of investors — retail and institutional. The complaint was brought by three state and local retirement plans in the US, lead by the North Carolina state treasurer and five individual investors.Facebook首席执行官马克丠克伯格(Mark Zuckerberg)和Facebook首席运营官谢里尔儠德伯格(Sheryl Sandberg)均被列入Facebook一方的被告,他们被散户和机构投资者这两类投资者起诉。这一起诉由美国三个州政府和地方退休计划提起,领头的是北卡罗来纳州财政部长和五名个人投资者。Shares in Facebook collapsed following the IPO, falling almost 50 per cent in the first three months, as investors worried that it might never generate as much advertising revenue on mobile as it had from the desktop site.由于投资者担心Facebook或许永远都不能在移动端产生与桌面版网站同样多的广告营收,Facebook股价在IPO之后曾出现暴跌,在头三个月内跌去近50%。However, improvements to the mobile app and marketers’ fast adoption of targeted advertising on Facebook, helped the company grow mobile revenue and it now generates more than three-quarters of its total advertising revenue from ads on mobile devices. Three and a half years on, Facebook’s stock has now soared almost 180 per cent from its first day of trading.然而,对移动应用的改进以及市场营销人员对Facebook定向广告的迅速接纳,帮助Facebook获得了移动端营收的增长。如今,Facebook总的广告收入中超过四分之三来自移动设备上投放的广告。在IPO三年半之后,Facebook股价如今比上市首日高出近180%。 /201601/419989。

Smartphone maker HTC reported a quarterly rise in turnover for the first time since 2011, as new mid-range phones and a tablet produced with Google helped slow the erosion of its market share.智能手机制造商宏达电(HTC)报出2011年以来的首次季度营业额上升,原因是新型中档手机和与谷歌(Google)合作生产的平板电脑帮助延缓了其市场份额的流失。In preliminary results yesterday, the Taiwanese group reported revenue of NT.9bn (.5bn) in the final three months of 2014, up from NT.9bn a year earlier. This was ahead of forecasts, as was a modest operating profit of NT0m, which helped it to avoid a repeat of its first annual loss in 2013.根据昨天发布的初步结果,这家台湾集团在2014年的最后三个月实现479亿元新台币(合15亿美元)的营收,高于一年前的429亿元新台币。这一数据超出了人们的预期,而同样超出预期的还有1.8亿元新台币的少量运营利润,这帮助该公司避免重演2013年出现的首次年度亏损。HTC was quick to launch a smartphone using Google’s Android platform after Apple’s launch of the iPhone, and became the biggest smartphone producer by volume in 2011. But that position was soon captured by Samsung .在苹果公司(Apple)推出iPhone之后,HTC用谷歌的Android平台迅速推出了一款智能手机,并在2011年成为销量最大的智能手机生产商。不过,这一称号很快就被三星(Samsung)夺走。“It’s still too early to call a recovery or turnround,” said Jeff Pu, at Yuanta Securities. He noted that sales had received a boost from November’s release of the Nexus 9 tablet, produced for Google, and that the US company is expected to turn to Asus for the next iteration.元大宝来券(Yuanta Securities)的Jeff Pu表示:“目前称HTC复苏或扭亏为盈还为时尚早。”他指出,11月份HTC为谷歌生产的Nexus 9平板电脑大大提升了该公司的销售额,而谷歌这家美国企业预计会将下一代产品的制造业务交给华硕(Asus)。Other launches included two smartphones in its mid-market Desire range, helping to ease reliance on the One line.该公司推出的其他产品包括两款面向中端市场的Desire系列智能手机。这两款手机帮助HTC减轻了对One系列产品的依赖。HTC’s net profit was NT0m, up from NT0m a year before. Its shares closed down 1.4 per cent yesterday.HTC的净利润达到4.7亿元新台币,高于一年前的3.1亿元新台币。昨天,该公司股价收盘跌1.4%。 /201501/352647。