Top 3 techno news today: Infinix Smart 6 NFC, Canada-made vaccine – archyde

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Top 3 Technology Today’s news Based on the theme at the end of the year, Infinix presents its latest smartphone, the Infinix Smart 6 NFC. With the slogan #LayarLuasBateraiGanas, this smartphone is designed to support user productivity as well as entertainment needs.

The next most popular news about vaccination A single dose of Covid-19 developed by researchers in Ottawa, Canada, produced a strong and long-lasting immune response in mice and monkeys. The vaccine, based on the replicating virus strain, is now ready for clinical trials in humans.

In addition, the technology company Twitter, Meta, and TikTok was fined by a Moscow court in Russia for failing to remove content deemed illegal by the government. The fine is the latest in a series of penalties against foreign technology companies.

Here are the three most popular messages on the Tekno Channel.

1. Infinix Smart 6 NFC phone released, starts selling for millions tomorrow

Towards the end of the year, Infinix presented its newest smartphone, the Infinix Smart 6 NFC. With the slogan #LayarLuasBateraiGanas, this smartphone is designed to support user productivity as well as entertainment needs.

Infinix Indonesia Country Marketing Manager Sergio Ticoalu said that Infinix will continue to innovate by showcasing the best products. “This time, with the Infinix Smart 6 NFC, we are presenting a cell phone with the best NFC features in the price range of one million,” he said in a written statement on Saturday, December 18, 2021.

Infinix Smart 6 NFC has a widescreen with 6.6 inches HD + and has been combined with a water droplet sunlight display. This screen is also supported at 500 nits, which makes the brightness level to help the user’s eyes when using it.

This phone is equipped with an 8 MP dual rear camera with dual flashlight. This combination can produce sharp photos and bright colors. “It’s perfect for users who want to capture special moments,” said Sergio.

2. Canada’s Covid-19 single-dose vaccine ready for human testing

A single-dose vaccine against Covid-19 developed by researchers in Ottawa, Canada, has produced a strong and long-lasting immune response in mice and monkeys. The vaccine, based on the replicating virus strain, is now ready for clinical trials in humans.

John Bell, senior scientist at Ottawa Hospital and study author, said the vaccine known as TOH-Vac1 is a versatile new tool. “This vaccine is also potentially important in the global fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and its variants,” he said in a report last week.

The TOH-Vac1 vaccine uses an attenuated strain of the vaccinia virus used in the global campaign to eradicate smallpox, an infectious disease that has killed and disabled people for thousands of years. This fashionable vaccine was successful in overcoming smallpox outbreaks in the 1950s and 60s.

The vaccinia virus has also been used in hepatitis B vaccines. Bell, whose previous work has focused on harnessing the power of the virus to fight cancer, says a virus-based Covid-19 vaccine offers efficacy, versatility and safety.

3. Meta, Twitter, TikTok fined by Russia for failing to remove illegal content

Tech companies Twitter, Meta and TikTok have been fined by a Moscow court for failing to remove content deemed illegal by the government. The fine is the latest in a series of penalties against foreign technology companies.

Moscow’s Tagansky District Court said Meta had been fined a total of 13 million Russian rubles (2.5 billion rupees) in three separate administrative proceedings for failing to remove content. “Twitter was fined 10 million Russian rubles (1.9 billion rupees) in two cases, while TikTok was fined 4 million Russian rubles (773 million rupees),” the court said last weekend.

Moscow actually increased the pressure on big tech this year in what critics have described as an attempt by the authorities to control the internet more tightly and stifle the freedoms of individuals and businesses. Check out other top 3 techno news on Tempo.co today.

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