A chilly time
US tech companies are starting to find that the assaults on Chinese companies by the Trump administration are starting to get some blow back.
Revenge for telco delisting
China will take “necessary measures” to safeguard the interests of its companies after the New York Stock Exchange began delisting three Chinese telecom firms that Washington says have military ties, the country’s commerce ministry said on Saturday.
They are all working for the government
Chinese tech companies are being forced to work with Chinese intelligence and security agencies and not even corruption can save them, according to a new CIA report.
Nanny state fines over food vBlogs
It case you thought that China was moving away from bureaucratic nanny state socialism, it seems that those days have not passed.
Production slowed for first three months
Chinese car production might be stalled due to chip shortage which might also harm the global auto-sector’s recovery.
Cicada using sophisticated tools and techniques
Researchers have uncovered a massive hacking campaign that's using sophisticated tools and techniques to compromise the networks of companies around the world.
Claims that Cook concealed falling demand for iPhones in China
Apple must face a proposed class action lawsuit by shareholders who accused Chief Executive Tim Cook of concealing falling demand for iPhones in China.
Worried they will lose access to tech
Huawei and several other Chinese tech firms have raised concerns to local regulators about chipmaker Nvidia deal to buy UK-based chip designer ARM.
Now it is getting serious
The Trump administration has placed new restrictions on exports to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation, China’s most advanced maker of computer chips.