Holding off on game licences
China is continuing to hold off from issuing new game licenses to app developers, in regulatory inaction that has led to the shuttering of around 140,000 small game studios and related companies in the country.
Space travel is really for socialism
"China has formally approved three missions targeting the south pole of the moon, with the first to launch around 2024. each with different goals and an array of spacecraft.
Pushed forward due to US hate
China will work to become a leading global player in robotics by 2025 under a glorious five-year plan to build a high-tech manufacturing sector resilient to American sanctions.
Acceptable in the rest of the world
AMD's $35 billion acquisition of Xilinx is now expected to close in the first quarter of 2022, which is a few months after AMD and Xilinx's originally proposed closing of the deal before the end of 2021.
Puts company on probation
Fruity cargo cult Apple has realised that Foxconn’s poor treatment of women workers in its Indian plant is doing the same sort of PR damage it saw when there were similar problems in China.
Data centre clusters so big you can see them from space
China has approved plans to build four mega clusters of data centres in the country's north and west with the aim of supporting the data needs of Beijing and major coastal centres.
Satellites nearly take out space station
Chinese citizens have declared Elon Musk public enema number one after his Starlink programme satellites nearly hit the country’s space station.
What could go wrong
Chinese boffins have created an AI that can reportedly identify crimes and file charges against criminals.
In the Pooh after telling suppliers not to source from Xinjiang was a bad idea
Intel apologised to Chinese customers, partners and the public after a letter telling its suppliers not to source products or labour from the western region of Xinjiang caused a backlash.
Cost $275 billion to protect the iPhone
Fruity cargo cult Apple protected its iPhone sales by giving the Chinese government billions to bolster China's economy and technological prowess through investments, business deals, and worker training.