ASML has extended a deal to sell chip manufacturing equipment to Semiconductor Manufacturing International China’s largest chipmaker, until the end of this year.
Complaints about apps
Britain’s competition regulator has opened an investigation into the fruity cargo cult Apple after complaints that the iPhone maker’s terms and conditions for app developers are unfair and anti-competitive.
COVID-19 pandemic spin-off
Foxconn said it expects first-quarter revenue to rise more than 15 percent from a year earlier thanks to increased demand for electronics during lockdowns worldwide to curb the COVID-19 pandemic.
This is not 1812
The United States Navy is liable for mass copyright infringement case bought by a German company Bitmanagement.
You must accept preferred payment systems
The Arizona House of Representatives just passed landmark app store legislation in a 31-29 vote which could really hurt Apple and Google.
Defamation and breach of contract
Social media app Parler has dropped its federal case against Amazon.com for cutting off its web-hosting services and filed a separate lawsuit against the company and its web services unit in a Washington state court.
Out this month
Samsung has announced imminent availability for its high-end Micro LED and Mini LED TV lineup.
Cash spent at three plants
GlobalFoundries will invest $1.4 billion this year to raise output at three factories in the United States, Singapore and Germany.
Email boxer rebellion
A China-linked cyber espionage group has been remotely plundering email inboxes using freshly discovered flaws in Microsoft mail server software.
Looks like the free market not so good as capitalised socialism after all
The US, which once had a dominant head start in artificial intelligence, now has just a few years' lead on China and risks being overtaken unless the government steps in, according to a new report to Congress and the White House.