… As EU negotiates for better access
China has dismissed US security claims against its telecoms equipment maker Huawei as groundless and “abnormal”.
Apple/Samsung dependant US is snubbed by the cool tech
One of the take-outs from this year’s Mobile World Congress was a noticeable lack of development from US smartphone companies.
Still too expensive
Chinese retailers, desperate to offload overpriced iPhones, have slashed the price on the technological turkeys for a second time.
Security outfit Crowdstrike has warned that China has largely abandoned a hacking truce negotiated by Barack Obama as payment for President Donald Trump's trade war with Beijing.
Experts blame it on Trump factor
Businesses and government agencies in the United States have been targeted in a sudden wave of aggressive attacks by Iranian and Chinese hackers and security experts believe they have been energized by President Trump's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal last year and his trade conflicts with China.
“Potentially catastrophic attack”
Hackers working on behalf of Chinese intelligence breached the network of Norwegian software firm Visma to steal secrets from its clients, cyber security researchers said.
Chipzilla goes into meditation mode
Our earlier story from Future Horizon's conference this week went into great and intensive depth about the overall state of the semiconductor market.
WIPO report touts IBM has having the most patents
China and the United States are ahead of the global competition to dominate artificial intelligence (AI).
Worried about losing federal funding
Top US universities are dumping telecom equipment made by Huawei Technologies and other Chinese companies because they are frightened of losing federal funding under a new Trump-backed national security law.