US blacklists NSO
Israeli spyware outfit is officially an entity
The United States added the Israeli spyware company NSO Group to its "entity list," a federal blacklist prohibiting the company from receiving some American technologies, after deciding the company's phone-hacking tools had been used by foreign governments to "maliciously target government officials, journalists, businesspeople, activists, academics, and embassy workers.
US wants to stop Chinese coming up with interesting new technology
Europe invented stuff and the US stole it first
US Commerce Secretary Gina Marie Raimondo has told the world+dog that the country that invented paper and gunpowder must not be allowed to invent any new stuff, because that is Western society's job.
US has bad broadband because of Telco lobbying
$234 million spent per day
The US has terrible broadband because its telcos are allowed to bribe lobby politicians.
US threatens EU over tech “protectionism”
You will let our companies do what they like and no tea parties.
The US has insisted that the EU allow its big tech companies do what they like and have warned against pursuing "protectionist" technology policies against them.
US leaning on TSMC to supply carmakers with chips
Save our car industry before anyone else
The US Commerce Department is pressuring Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and other Taiwanese firms to prioritise US carmakers to ease chip shortages in the near term.
US politicians want to restrict sales of chip making tools to China
Similar to Huawei attacks
Congressional China hawks are urging the Biden administration to restrict sales of chip making tools to Chinese companies.
Chip shortage is the US's fault - Huawei
Huawei has blamed the US for the chip crunch rocking the global tech industry.
US is losing AI ground to China
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.
Xiaomi sues the US
Xiaomi has sued the US Defence and Treasury departments, challenging a blacklisting that blocks American investors from buying the Chinese smartphone giant's securities.
US wasted $1.56 trillion on poor software
Not to mention failed IT projects
Not-for-profit IT leadership group the Consortium for Information and Software Security said that poor software cost the US $1.56 trillion last year.