World’s Fastest Supercomputer Now Has Chinese Chip Technology

In a threat to U.S. technology dominance, the world’s fastest supercomputer is powered by Chinese-designed semiconductors for the first time. It’s a breakthrough for China’s attempts to reduce dependence on imported technology. Continue reading World’s Fastest Supercomputer Now Has Chinese Chip Technology

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China Beijing Regulator Orders Apple to Stop Sales of Two iPhone Models

Beijing’s intellectual property regulator has ordered Apple Inc. to stop sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the city, ruling that the design is too similar to a Chinese phone, in another setback for the company in a key overseas market. Continue reading China Beijing Regulator Orders Apple to Stop Sales of Two iPhone Models

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Huawei Sues Samsung Alleging Patent Infringement

Chinese telecommunications-equipment maker Huawei Technologies Co. said Wednesday it has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. against Samsung Electronics Co. , alleging that the South Korean electronics maker infringed a number of patents covering mobile devices and cellular-communications technology. Continue reading Huawei Sues Samsung Alleging Patent Infringement

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Tencent Acquires Full Control of U.S.-Based Riot Games

Tencent Holdings Ltd. said it had bought all of the shares in U.S. online-game company Riot Games it didn’t already own, in a deal that gives the Chinese Internet giant full control of the developer of the popular “League of Legends.” Continue reading Tencent Acquires Full Control of U.S.-Based Riot Games

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More than a million OPM hack victims still not notified, China?

More than a million victims of a massive hack of U.S. government computer files have still not been officially notified that their data was compromised and that they are eligible for free credit-monitoring protection, officials said on Friday. Continue reading More than a million OPM hack victims still not notified, China?

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The Implications of Alibaba’s Takeover of the South China Morning Post

Jack Ma, China’s second richest man according to Forbes list of bIllionaires, is an e-commerce magnate, the owner of several entertainment companies, and now an English media mogul. Continue reading The Implications of Alibaba’s Takeover of the South China Morning Post

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China’s Tsinghua Unigroup Plans to Buy Stakes in Taiwan Chip-Packaging Companies

China’s state-owned Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd. plans to spend more than $2 billion to buy stakes in two Taiwanese chip-packaging companies, in a growing sign of its ambition to build a globally competitive chip maker. Continue reading China’s Tsinghua Unigroup Plans to Buy Stakes in Taiwan Chip-Packaging Companies

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