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曲靖/生长纹去除曲 靖 除 斑 哪 家 医 院 效 果 好Safety procedures at Virgin Galactic, whose spacecraft crashed on a test flight last week, had too few safeguards to prevent a potential catastrophe, one of the world’s leading space safety experts has said.维珍(Virgin Galactic)太空飞船上周在飞行测试中坠毁后,一位世界一流的太空安全专家表示,该公司安全程序的保障措施太少,不足以防止潜在的灾难。Tommaso Sgobba, a former head of flight safety for the European Space Agency, said industry best practice calls for operators to build in “two-failure tolerance”, or sufficient safeguards to survive two separate, unrelated failures – two human errors, two mechanical errors or one of each. He believes that SpaceShipTwo’s systems fell short of that standard.欧洲航天局(European Space Agency)前飞行安全负责人托马索#8226;斯戈巴(Tommaso Sgobba)表示,行业最佳实践要求运营商内置“双重容错”,即建立足以抵御两个不相关故障的保障措施,这两个故障可能都是人为故障,也可能都是机械故障,亦或是人为及机械故障各一个。他认为“太空船2号”(SpaceShipTwo)达不到这个标准。According to investigators, Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo disintegrated after a pilot wrongly unlocked the “feathering” mechanism – which slows the craft during its descent – too early. The mechanism then activated even though the separate lever to deploy it was not pulled. The craft’s co-pilot died in the subsequent crash.据调查,维珍太空船2号是在一位飞行员太早解锁“顺桨”装置(用于太空船降落时减速)后解体的。随后这个装置被启动,即便用于展开顺桨的另一个手柄并未被拉起。太空船随后坠毁,副驾驶死于此次事故。The feathering mechanism – which is vital to slow the aircraft but potentially deadly when it is accelerating – was typical of the safety systems that need to withstand human errors and mechanical failures, analysts said.顺桨装置对飞船减速至关重要,但在飞船加速时启动它可能是致命的。分析人士指出,顺桨装置需要承受人为失误和机械故障,形成一个典型的安全系统。Mr Sgobba said SpaceShipTwo’s systems, which required two levers to be moved before the wings went in to a “feathered” configuration, appeared to be designed to be “one-failure tolerant” – to stay safe in the event of a single pilot error or mechanical failure. But the system had not worked that way. The design would not be acceptable in other safety critical-industries, such as aeroplane manufacture, he added.斯戈巴表示,太空船2号要求在机翼进入顺桨姿势前拉动两个手柄,但其系统貌似被设计成“单重容错”,即只能在一次飞行员失误或一次机械故障的情况下保持安全。但系统并未如此发挥作用。他补充说,这种设计是不会为其他安全关键的行业(比如飞机制造)所接受的。Loren Thompson, an adviser to US aerospace companies, said other safety-critical US businesses, including suppliers to Nasa, required at least the “two-fault tolerance” Mr Sgobba described. He said it was a “significant concern” that some private space operators applied less stringent standards.美国航空航天企业的顾问劳伦#8226;汤普森(Loren Thompson)表示,美国其他安全关键企业,包括美国国家航空航天局(Nasa)的供应商在内,至少都需要达到斯戈巴所讲的“双重容错”。他说部分私人航天运营商采用较宽松标准是个“令人担忧的重大问题”。Virgin Galactic, which is part of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, said the locking mechanism for the feathers represented two separate safeguards. There was a “procedural” safeguard, as the lock was meant to stay in place until after the most dangerous, early part of the flight, and a “mechanical” safeguard, in the form of the lock itself.维珍公司隶属于理查德#8226;布兰森爵士(Sir Richard Branson)的维珍集团(Virgin Group),该公司表示顺桨装置的锁定机构代表了两个不同的保障措施。一个是“程序性”保障,锁定机构应保持不动,直到飞船度过最危险的早期飞行阶段之后,另一个是“机械式”保障,即该机构本身。Mr Sgobba said procedural rules could be seen as a safeguard in some circumstances, but “they are considered the least desirable”.斯戈巴表示,在某些情况下程序规则可以被看作保障措施,但“它们被认为是最不可取的”。 /201411/341381曲 靖 瘦 脸 针 团 购 When you think Harley-Davidson, you probably think about leather, beards, and loud engines. Now, though, you can picture a fully electric bike with a digital display.一提到哈雷戴维森托车( Harley-Davidson),大家可能就会想到皮革、胡须,以及轰隆的引擎声。但现在,大家可以把它想象成是一辆配备数字显示屏的全电动单车。The iconic American motorcycle manufacturer held an event in New York City Monday afternoon showing off Project LiveWire, a prototype of the company’s first electric motorcycle.上周一下午,这家标志性的美国托车制造商在纽约市举办了一场活动,隆重推出了它的第一款电动托概念车:LiveWire。The new bikes look mostly like a traditional motorcycle, with a few notable exceptions. There is a digital display in between the handlebars where speed and efficiency are displayed. Also, there is no clutch on the left handlebar, since there are no gears. The bike can go from zero to 60 in about 4 seconds, and can reach up to 92 m.p.h. It does not have the traditional loud Harley rev-up sound, though there is a slight hum from the electric engine starting.这款新单车看起来跟传统的托车相差无几,但也存在几个显著的不同之处。它的车把之间有一个能够显示速度和效率的显示屏。此外,左车把没有离合器,因为它没有齿轮。这款单车从零加速到60英里(约合96公里)大约只需4秒,最高时速为92英里。它没有传统哈雷托那种响亮的转速声,但它的电动引擎会发出轻微的嗡嗡声。Harley President Matt Levatich said it would be a few years before the bikes were y to be manufactured and put on sale. In the meantime, it is still tweaking the design and listening to its customers.哈雷公司总裁马特o雷瓦迪克表示,这款单车准备在几年后量产销售。与此同时,这家公司将继续调整设计,同时聆听消费者的意见。“We don’t have specific date,” he said. “We need time to incorporate that feedback.“我们还没有确定具体的日期,”他说。“我们需要时间来吸收顾客的反馈信息。”It was a uniquely diverse crowd gathered at the Harley-Davidson HOG 0.00% dealership in Lower Manhattan — a near equal mix of buttoned-up journalists lumbering onto the LiveWire simulator (think a motorcycle stuck in place that can be “revved up” without actually going anywhere) and Harley-Davidson Riders Club Members, many of whom sported well-worn patched vests and beards that would give Rasputin a run for his money.各色人等聚集在位于曼哈顿下城哈雷戴维森旗舰店。一群沉默寡言的记者缓慢地爬上LiveWire模拟装置(想象一下,你骑在一辆被卡住的托车上,可以“加速”,但托车根本不会动),试驾者当然少不了哈雷骑士俱乐部成员(Harley-Davidson Riders Club Members),其中许多人穿着打满补丁的旧背心,蓄着可以跟一代巫师拉斯普廷相媲美的大胡子。One of those riders, Juan Marmol, said that the new bike ran great, though he was concerned about the relative short range of the bike on a single charge of its battery. The bike can only travel around 55 miles after a three hour charge.一位叫胡安o马莫尔的车手说,这款新单车的驾驶感觉非常棒,但他担心,一次充电能够撑的里程相对较短。经过三小时充电之后,这款单车只能行驶大约55英里。“It was awesome,” he said. “The biggest downfall to it right now based on what their telling us is the charge time.”“感觉很棒,”他说。“根据他们目前的说法,最大的缺点是充电时间。”For hardcore Harley riders who sometimes go up to 400 miles a day, the current battery just wouldn’t work, Marmol said. But he did think that the new bike could change Harley-Davidson’s image and maybe bring some new people into the hog-riding family.马莫尔说,铁杆哈雷车手有时候一天要骑行400英里,对他们来说,目前的电池根本不够用。但他的确认为,这款单车可以改变哈雷戴维森的形象,或许能够吸引一些新人加入重型托手的行列。“I believe this will change kind of the mindset that Harley’s are for old guys,” he said.他说:“我相信它多少会改变那种认为哈雷粉丝都是老家伙的观点。”Levatich agreed, also noting that Harley would not be forgetting its core customers who want old-fashioned motorcycles. “We’re absolutely not abandoning any of that,” he said. “We’re going to continue to invest in great traditional Harley-Davidson motorcycles. LiveWire has nothing to do with that. It’s all of that, plus opening the doors to some people that are maybe on the outside of the sport, on the outside of the brand.”雷瓦迪克同意这种看法,但他还指出,哈雷永远也不会忘记那些钟情于老式托车的核心客户。“我们绝对不会放弃任何一款老车型,”他说。“我们将继续投资于拥有伟大传统的哈雷戴维森托车。LiveWire与老车型无关。推出这款车是想给一些或许还没有喜欢上这项运动、没有尝试过这一品牌的人们打开一扇门。”Of course, Harley-Davidson isn’t the only motor cycle maker exploring electric bikes. In fact, Other companies such as Mission Motors have aly put their models on sale.当然,哈雷戴维森并不是唯一一家正在开发电动单车的托车制造商。事实上,包括使命托(Mission Motors)在内的其他公司已经开始销售电动车型。Harley-Davidson’s roadshow will travel across the ed States this year and next in addition to going to Canada and Europe. The LiveWire Experience Tourcontinues next week in Milwaukee, Wis.哈雷戴维森今年将在美国各地举行路演活动,明年还打算远赴加拿大和欧洲。LiveWire体验之旅下周将移师威斯康星州密尔沃基市。 /201407/308788曲 靖 市 整 形 美 容 医 院 祛 眼 袋 多 少 钱

六 盘 水 韩 式 安 全 隆 胸 手 术 价 格曲靖/市第二人民医院整形中心 3D Food Printer3D食物打印机Feel like eating a hamburger? Or would you rather have a pizza? No problem, the 3D food printer will create anything you want, literally at the click of a button.你想要吃个汉堡包?还是想来份匹萨饼?都没问题,只需按下按钮,3D食物打印机就可以做出任何你想要的美味。Scientists at Cornell University in New York are developing a commercially viable 3D food printer, which uses raw food ;inks; that are fed into the printer and once you load the recipe and press the button, voila!纽约康奈尔大学的科学家们正研发一款可商用的3D食物打印机,它以食物原料作;墨水;。待原料放人打印机内,用户只要输入食谱,按下按钮,瞧,如此简单,大功告成!An electronic blueprint states exactly what materials go where and are drawn up using traditional engineering computer-aided design (CAD) software.科学家拟定的;电子图纸;详细说明了食物原料的调配方法,该图纸是用传统工程学中的计算机辅助设计(CAD)软件绘制而成的。;FabApps would allow you to tweak your food#39;s taste, texture and other properties. Maybe you really love biscuits, but want them extra flaky. You would change the slider and the recipe and the instructions would adjust accordingly,; the Daily Mail ed Dr. Jeffrey lan Lipton as saying.英国《每日邮报》援引杰弗里·伊恩·利普顿的话说使用FahApps食物打印机,你可以调整食物的味道、口感和其他特性。或许你很爱吃饼干,但又希望它们更薄,这时你可以拖动控制饼干厚度的滑块,调整食谱,打印食物的指令也就随之更改了。;So anything that can be loaded into syringes-liquid cheese,chocolate and cake batter-can be printed out! So far, they have had some success creating cookies, cake and ;designer domes; made of turkey meat.因此,任何可以被装入灌注器的食物——比如液体奶醋、巧克力和煎饼——都可以被打印出来。迄今为止,科学家已成功;打印;咄出了饼干、蛋糕以及火鸡肉制作的;特制肉塔;Homaro Cantu, chef at Chicago#39;s Moto, has ;printed sushi using an ink jet printer;.芝加哥Moto餐厅的大厨荷马洛.坎图已经;用食物打印机做出了寿司;。;You can imagine a 3D printer making homemade apple pie without the need for farming the apples, fertilising, transporting, refrigerating, packaging, fabricating, cooking, serving and the need for all of the materials in these processes like cars, trucks, pans, coolers, etc., said Cantu.坎图说你可以设想一下,使用3D食物打印机自制苹果派,而无须种苹果、施肥、运输、冷藏、加工、烹饪、上菜,而且不必使用相应的这些生产过程中会用到的汽车、卡车、平底锅、冷藏器等工具。;;3D printing will do for food what e-mail and instant messaging did for communication.;;3D食物打印机可以方便地制作食物,就如同电邮和即时通讯工具可以使人们快捷地交流沟通一样。; /201410/334009曲 靖 抽 脂 塑 身 哪 家 医 院 好

曲 靖 自 体 丰 太 阳 穴 价 格 ARM, the British company that makes instruction set architectures for computer processors, is certainly not a household name—not the way Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android are, anyway. But that doesn’t mean it’s any less ubiquitous. If you’ve got a smartphone in your pocket, there’s a good—no, make that very good—chance that it’s ARM-powered.作为一家为计算机处理器生产指令集构架的英国公司,ARM绝对算不上家喻户晓,至少没有苹果(Apple)的iPhone和谷歌(Google)的Android那么出名。但是,ARM与iPhone和Android一样无处不在。如果你兜里揣着一部智能手机,很有可能——不对,是极有可能——它的芯片是ARM出品。The company’s microprocessor technology can now be found in more than 95 percent of the world’s smart handsets, it said, not to mention a sizable proportion of the smart TVs, wearables, gaming consoles, and automotive gadgetry. More than 50 billion ARM-based chips are out in the world right now, quietly powering much of the technological world.ARM表示,目前全球95%以上的智能手机都在采用该公司的微处理器技术,更不用提相当比例的智能电视、可穿戴设备、游戏机和汽车配件了。目前,500多亿块基于ARM设计的芯片在默默地为大半个科技界提供动力。So what does a highly successful company do once it has reached the top? Find another mountain to climb. The frontier known as the “Internet of Things,” or IoT for short, continues to grow as more appliances, vehicles, machines, and objects gain wireless Internet access. The field is getting bigger every year, and ARM has aly begun making inroads.在某个领域登峰造极后,一家极度成功的公司该何去何从?自然是另找一座高峰去攀登。随着更多的家电、汽车、机器和其它物品连入无线网,“物联网”的疆域越来越大。这个领域年年都在扩张,而ARM已经开始出击。“There’s a real opportunity here,” said Ian Ferguson, ARM’s vice president of segment marketing. “If we have technology embedded in a bunch of things, clearly there’s an opportunity to be more efficient. But the question also becomes how to improve quality of life.”ARM公司负责细分市场营销的副总裁伊恩o弗格森表示:“这一领域确实有大把机会。如果我们将技术广泛应用到各类设备中,显然就有机会提高效率。但问题也变成了如何提高生活质量。”There are now roughly 13 billion wirelessly connected devices in the world, according to Cisco estimates. By 2020, there will be more than 30 billion, ABI Research predicts. Revenue for technology and services pertaining to the Internet of Things is expected to reach .3 trillion by 2017. The future of the global technology market, it seems, is at stake.据思科公司(Cisco)估算,目前全球约有130亿部无线联网设备。ABI Research预测,到2020年,这个数字将超过300亿。到2017年,与物联网相关的技术和务收入预计将达到7.3万亿美元。这似乎关系到全球科技市场的未来。‘It might be controversial’‘这可能具有争议性’It can be difficult to describe ARM’s efforts for the Internet of Things because the company does not actually manufacture the chips for which it is known. Rather, it licenses its designs to a number of semiconductor companies, which in turn build chips based on them.要描述ARM在物联网方面的努力有些困难,因为这家举世闻名的芯片公司本身并不制造芯片,而是将自己的设计授权给一些半导体公司,由它们来生产基于ARM设计的芯片。AMD , Broadcom , and Qualcomm are among many licensees of ARM’s technology, which makes its way into consumers’ hands when original equipment manufacturers like Samsung, HTC, or Sony use those companies’ chips to create new phones, tablets and other devices.获得授权使用ARM技术的公司包括AMD、通(Broadcom)和高通(Qualcomm)等。三星(Samsung)、宏达电(HTC)、索尼(Sony)等原始设备制造商(OEM)则使用上述公司的芯片制造新手机、平板以及其他设备,ARM的技术就是通过这种途径进入消费者的手中。“You need a very different chip in a phone, a smart watch and a connected microwave oven,” Ferguson said. “We provide the core building blocks, and partners take the technology and harness it to connected things. It’s really that customization that’s key.”弗格森表示:“手机、智能手表和联网微波炉所需的芯片极为不同。我们提供核心模块,合作伙伴采取我们的技术,并将其用于联网设备。关键在于定制。”With such a strong presence on phones—consumers’ preferred gateway to the Internet today—ARM believes it is in a natural position to enable further connectivity.鉴于ARM在手机市场占据主导地位,而手机又是消费者首选的联网设备,该公司认为它在推动互联互通方面处于有利地位。“Using the phone as a conduit for information about yourself and your surroundings will be a big area in the Internet of Things,” Ferguson said. Some examples? Apps or services for monitoring asthma and heart health.弗格森说道:“把手机用作获得自身和周边信息的管道,将成为物联网的一大应用领域。”用于监测哮喘和心脏健康的应用程序或务就是很好的例子。ARM’s technology is also finding its way into wearables such as headgear and smart bands, he noted. “That whole area is going to move forward—you’ll see those wearables become a more integrated part of the experience.”弗格森表示,ARM的技术也开始被应用于可穿戴设备,比如头戴式设备以及智能手环等。“整个领域都将向前推进——可穿戴设备将成为整个体验中协调性更高的一部分。”A larger opportunity lies in business, where connected devices are used to reduce cost and improve efficiency. Manufacturing and oil and gas exploration are two examples of applications with strong potential, Ferguson said. “You’ve got highly valued assets, so preventative mechanical services can help improve efficiency by detecting problems before they break down,” he added.更大的商机在于企业——联网设备可以被用来降低成本,提高效率。弗格森称,制造和油气勘探是两项极具潜力的应用范例。他表示:“许多企业都有价值极高的资产,而预防性机械务能在机械发生故障前就检测到问题,从而提高效率。”In cities, public lighting and trash collection are functions that can be more effective through the use of embedded sensor technology. Ferguson cited the success of BigBelly Solar‘s intelligent trash receptacles as one example.在城市,采用嵌入式传感器技术有望提升公共照明和垃圾收集的效率。弗格森还特意列举了BigBelly Solar公司研制智能垃圾箱的成功范例。Even street parking is covered. “In San Francisco, some areas have parking spaces that can detect if they’re empty or not, and you can book them on the phone—that’s an efficiency sort of play,” Ferguson said. “But if the city knows some areas are getting booked up more frequently, there might be new valuable services they could sell there. You might even see the pricing change based on availability. It might be controversial.”就连街边停车问题也有望通过物联网予以解决。弗格森表示:“在旧金山,有些区域的停车位可以检测出车位上是否有车,而且人们可以电话预订停车位,这很有效率。但是,如果城市有关部门得知某些地区的停车位常常被预订一空,它们或许可以在这些地区销售有价值的新务。你甚至可能看到基于火爆程度做出的定价调整。这样做可能会引发争议。”That technology is aly under evaluation in several cities including Los Angeles and Berkeley, both in California.同在加州的洛杉矶和伯克利等城市已经开始评估这项技术。Narrower than a human hair比人的头发丝还要细ARM’s answer for all of this is its Cortex-M microprocessor series, which is notable for its energy efficiency and miniaturization and targets wearable technology and embedded applications. (The Cortex-M0+ processor, for instance, can fit within the width of the average human hair.)针对这些问题,ARM推出了Cortex-M微处理器系列,这些以节能和微型著称的微处理器主要面向可穿戴技术和嵌入式应用。(举例来说,Cortex-M0+处理器就比人类头发丝的平均宽度还小。)In June, the company announced the establishment of new CPU Design Center in Hsinchu, Taiwan—its first such center in Asia—which will be dedicated to the series. It also held an IoT Tech Seminar in Singapore this month.今年六月,ARM宣布在台湾新竹成立一座专门研发这款微处理器的CPU设计中心。这也是该公司在亚洲成立的首个CPU设计中心。此外,ARM本月还在新加坡举办了一场物联网技术研讨会。Working in the company’s favor: a wide array of partners. “This being a new market, it will require a lot of innovation to get started,” Gwennap said. “ARM and its partners have a leg up.”林利集团(The Linley Group)首席分析师林利o葛文那普表示:“我认为ARM将在物联网中扮演重要角色。该公司已经为低成本、低功率的应用提供了很多好技术。”Still, ARM may confront challenges that it wouldn’t otherwise face in the smartphone market it dominates. “All smartphones want to run pretty much the same software,” Gwennap said. Internet of Things devices may not work the same way. “In the IoT, I don’t think we’ll see apps running on a lightbulb, for example. There will be more diversity there, and more opportunity for other companies to play a role.”对ARM有利的是,该公司拥有大量合作伙伴。葛文那普表示:“这是一个需要大量创新才能撬开的新市场。ARM及其合作伙伴在这方面有优势。”One of those companies: Intel. The leading microprocessor company has been ramping up its efforts for the Internet of Things, including establishing an IoT subgroup with sectors devoted to retail, transportation, manufacturing and industrial applications, and smart homes and buildings.不过,ARM也可能面临它在自己主宰的智能手机市场不曾遇到的挑战。葛文那普指出,“所有智能手机想要运行的软件都大同小异。”而物联网设备可能不一样。“举例来说,在物联网中,我认为我们不会看到在灯泡上运行的应用。这一领域将更具多样性,其它公司将有更多机会参与其中。”“We believe the IoT is a huge transformational opportunity,” said Eric Free, a vice president within Intel’s Internet of Things subgroup. “We expect there will be billions and billions of intelligent connected devices that will essentially bring data from a variety of business and industrial environments into the cloud and unlock a ton of business transformations.”这些公司中就包括英特尔(Intel)。作为领先的微处理器公司,英特尔加大物联网技术的研发力度,专门成立物联网事业部,下设部门分别致力于零售、运输、制造和工业应用,以及智能家居和建筑等行业的研发工作。Intel’s Quark, Atom, Core, and Xeon lines of microprocessors are each playing a role in the Internet of Things, Free said. The company is also working to promote security and standards—it helped found the Industrial Internet Consortium—and shape public policy around the topic, he added.英特尔物联网部门副总裁埃里克o弗里表示:“我们认为物联网是一个巨大的转型机遇。根据我们的预测,未来将出现数以十亿计的智能联网设备,究其根本,这些设备将把各种企业和工业环境的数据带入云端,从而将启动大量的业务转型。”‘We’re only just scratching the surface’弗里称,英特尔的夸克(Quark)、凌动(Atom)、酷睿(Core)和至强(Xeon)等微处理器系列都将在物联网中发挥各自的作用。他补充道,英特尔还在努力提升安全和标准——该公司策划建立了工业互联网联盟(Industrial Internet Consortium)——并塑造围绕这项主题的公共政策。ARM is also concerned about standardization, of course. The company pitches its chip designs as a way not only to enable Internet of Things devices, but also as a way to avoid what it calls the “Internet of Silos,” where data is created but not shared among service providers.“我们才触及表面”“Clearly what we need to do as an industry across verticals is look at how all these things connect together and communicate information in a sensible way,” Ferguson said. “Besides security, we have to work on standards.”当然,ARM也非常想确定行业标准。该公司宣称,其芯片设计不仅能启动物联网设备,还能避免它所说的“筒仓网(Internet of Silos)”,即产生的数据无法由各家务供应商共享。Toward that end, ARM has been heavily involved in efforts such as 6LoWPAN, which concerns the interoperability of networks of low-power devices and today’s dominant Internet protocol, and the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP), an Internet protocol tailored to simple electronics, he said.弗格森表示:“显然,我们整个行业需要上下一心,审视所有设备是如何互联,并合理地传达信息。除安全性外,我们还必须制定标准。”“I think they are being a fantastic enabler to all the semiconductor companies,” said Alfonso Velosa III, a research director with Gartner. “The Internet of Things requires low power and an ability to enable a broad variety of programmers. ARM has provided a common language.”出于这一目的,ARM一直深度参与6LoWPAN等技术规范的确定,后者涉及低功率设备网络、如今盛行的互联网协议以及约束应用协议(CoAP,一项专门针对简单电子设备的互联网协议)之间的互操作性,他说。With a three-pronged approach—microchips, software, and “a very good ecosystem,” Velosa said—ARM will continue to shape the evolving standards and architecture of the Internet of Things.高德纳公司(Gartner)调研总监阿方索o韦罗萨称:“我认为他们对所有半导体公司而言都是一大助力。物联网需要低功率以及调动各种程序员的能力。ARM提供了一门公用语言。”“A lot of people think the Internet of Things is just smart refrigerators and toasters,” Ferguson said. “The bigger opportunity is, how do you improve people’s lives? We’re only just scratching the surface on what technology for good can do.”韦罗萨称,微芯片、软件和“很好的生态系统”三管齐下,ARM将继续打造物联网不断提升的标准和架构。 /201407/316471曲靖/哪里能治疗好妊娠纹曲靖/医院双眼皮埋线哪家好

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