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It looks like China is preparing for war
Seagate believes it broke no laws
American companies that operate in China are also affected
China's versions of ChatGPT must "reflect the core values of socialism"
Another step towards technological independence?
He didn't even try to strap them to his body this time
Netease CEO did not intentionally threaten to sic Chinese regulators on Activision if it didn't get its way
The split is expected to unlock massive value for shareholders
When will people learn?
Facepalm: One might imagine that with so many individuals caught smuggling hardware into China, people would decide it just wasn't worth the risk. But no. Not only has another person tried to avoid paying import taxes, but they also broke the record for the number of China-bound processors strapped to their body: an uncomfortable 239 CPUs, worth around $50,000.
Ammo manufacturer can't make extra artillery shells because TikTok data center is using all the electricity
"We are concerned because we see our future growth is challenged by the storage of cat videos"
WTF?! TikTok often makes headlines over claims that its user data is shared with the Chinese government, but it seems the company is also having an unintended (or possibly intended) impact on one of Europe's largest ammunition manufacturers.
The US government doesn't feel the same love for China
What just happened? Between chip-related export controls and tensions over Taiwan, relations between the US and China are at a nadir, but that hasn't stopped many top tech executives, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, from singing the country's praises at the 2023 China Development Forum.
A difficult task with all those sanctions
Another imaginative attempt to evade import taxes
Foundry founder discusses chip industry fragmentation and US-China chip sanctions
Former national security advisor thinks control of TSMC would make China the OPEC of semiconductors
All eyes are now on Japan
TikTok has almost 100 million active users in the US
iPhone SE 4 promises to be a major upgrade
The sanctions are having a huge impact
Editor's take: The industry has changed a lot in the eight years since we wrote our first analysis on the top five chip companies. We anticipated semis were no longer a growth industry and the only way for companies to keep growing was to win market share (hard) or buy other companies. This is especially true in semiconductors because most of these companies outsource their manufacturing to foundries like TSMC and GlobalFoundries.
Loongson and 27 other Chinese companies lose access to American tech
China has a "stunning lead" over the US
In a nutshell: The Biden administration might be limiting China's ability to manufacture advanced chips, but according to an independent think tank, the Asian nation is still ahead of the US when it comes to research in 37 out of 44 crucial and emerging technologies, including AI, defense, and key quantum tech areas.
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