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premier betpawa malawi Chinese optical electronics maker Ofilm, a former Apple supplier, launched a new phone camera module with adjustable mechanical aperture ranging from F1.4 to F4 on Thursday. Phones built with the new cameras will no longer need algorithms to produce images with different aperture settings. Instead, the new module supports four levels of aperture driven by motors. Huawei, Sony, and Samsung have also delivered phones with similar tech, and Ofilms new module could benefit as more phone makers embrace the tech. Launched in 2002 in Shenzhen, Ofilm has nearly 20,000 workers worldwide, according to its website. [ITHome, in Chinese] A demonstration of the adjustable aperture.
- premier betpawa malawi The US Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) added seven Chinese aerospace electronics and related entities to its Entity List on Wednesday, restricting tech exports to them from US companies. BIS stated that the entities perform activities contrary to US national security and foreign policy interests by utilizing American tech “in support of Chinas military modernization efforts. According to BISs announcement, six out of the seven entities are technically research institutions, at least by name, that focus on aerotechnics, including both hardware and software. An analyst familiar with the field told Caixin that five of the seven entities listed had experience in aerospace semiconductor development, suggesting that the US is aiming to contain Chinas development in this industry. China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) 9th Academy 772 Research Institute, for example, develops over 20 types of chips and 600 models used for airspace and military projects, according to Caixin. The latest addition brings the total number of Chinese entities on the list to 600, with more than 100 added since the start of the Biden administration. [Caixin, in Chinese]