China is unlikely to approve the sale of the US operation of Tik Tok.
TSMC chairman Mark Liu warns
The US-Chinese trade war is driving up costs and limiting the flow of ideas, the chairman of TSMC warned.
Waiting to see who gets elected first
The Chinese goverment is waiting to see who wins the election before embarking on a campaign of blacklisting US companies.
All based on R&D
The Chinese have made a sudden entry in the the top 20 super capacitor maker rankings in just a decade.
Supposed to show American superiority
When Intel was selected for an Energy Department project it was supposed to flagship American tech independence and superiority over China. But it seems Intel’s delays have scuppered the effort.
Depends on Trump’s mood
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said President Donald Trump's executive orders against TikTok and WeChat could be "broader" than just those two apps.
China expected to strike back
US President Donald Trump has unveiled sweeping bans on US transactions with the Chinese owners of messaging app WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok.
They don't need it anyway
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro suggested Microsoft could divest its holdings in China if it buys the Chinese owned short-video app TikTok.
Chinese government might need to become involved
ARM's conflict with its Chinese subsidiuary is getting out of hand, and might require intervention from the Chinese government.
Global warming of tempers
ARM has accused ARM China CEO Allen Wu of “propagating false information and creating a culture of fear and confusion among ARM China employees”.