Chinese quantum computer is either dead or alive
The US government's attempts to keep its technology companies at the forefront of the world using sanctions have apparently failed again after a Chinese start-up has developed a quantum computer and delivered it to an unnamed customer.
So much for US sanctions
The state-run China Academy of Engineering Physics (CAEP) uses computers with Intel Xeon Gold processors equipped with Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics cards, despite being on the US export blacklist since 1997, according to its own research papers analysed by the WSJ.
Who needs leading edge production nodes
Chinese chipmakers are getting around US sanctions on advanced processing by building processors with a higher core count using a chiplet design.
Human rights groups slam fruity cargo cult
Human rights groups have accused the fruity cargo cult Apple of selling the lives of their users in authoritarian regimes such as Russia and China to make profits.
It makes no sense and only benefits US companies
Dutch semiconductor equipment maker ASML CEO Peter Wennink has waded into the US’s moves to get the Netherlands to adopt new rules restricting exports to China make sense.
China needs them all itself
The Chinese government has banned exports of Loongson CPUs based on the LoongArch microarchitecture to Russia ironically for the same reasons that the US is not giving it access to its chips.
History repeats "Ducks versus Onions" conflict
China is hitting back against the US's arbitory controls over the export on chips and filed a dispute with the World Trade Organisation and escalating the tech war between the two countries.
Restricted file sharing to help its government chums
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has decided that it is much better to be on the side of the Chinese government, than it is on the side of its users.
Investing $140,080 for each game
Sony is fighting with Microsoft over a share of the Chinese gaming market.
Wants to avoid zero Covid policy
Foxconn has had a gutsful of China’s zero covid policy and is moving some of its operations to a country which still has cheap labour but whose government does not shut down a region when a worker gets a snuffle.