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”.
COVID-19 pandemic bit it bad says Global Data
China’s ICT spending for 2020 is expected to register a decline of 7.6 percent, against the estimated positive growth rate of 7.2 percent before the COVID-19 outbreak, according to beancounters at GlobalData.
Boris Johnson has to give me his lunch money now
Britain announced on Tuesday that it would ban equipment from the Chinese technology giant Huawei from the country's high-speed wireless network, even if it means falling behind on 5G and ending up with a more expensive product.
The United States has formally declared telecom giants Huawei and ZTE "national security threats".
Don't mention Tiananmen Square
Zoom Video Communications is in hot water after it temporarily shut the account belonging to a group of US-based Chinese activists after they held an event to commemorate the 31st anniversary of China’s Tiananmen Square crackdown.
Has Allen Wu been fired?
ARM has clashed publicly with its Chinese operation over the antics of the group's Chinese CEO. ARM UK insists Allen Wu has been fired for failing to disclose conflicts of interest, but he says he is still in charge.