‘UK considers using legislation to force Arm IPO in London’
According to the Financial Times, the UK government is considering using national security legislation to force Arm's IPO in London rather than New York.
Arm is a major processor designer owned by SoftBank, a Japanese organization. SoftBank tried to sell Arm to Nvidia, but authorities blocked t... Read more
China’s wounded economy prompts Beijing to ease up on big tech crackdown
China's assault on big tech wiped billions of dollars from the worth of some of the country's most well-known enterprises. Now, as the country's economy continues to deteriorate, officials indicate that they may relax their oversight of the sector.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Chinese r... Read more
Taiwan assures the EU it will continue to be a ‘trusted’ chip partner
At rare high-level discussions on Thursday, Taiwanese Economic Minister Wang Mei-hua assured a top European Union official that Taiwan would continue to be a trusted partner for the global chip sector and stabilize the supply chain, which Taipei characterized as a significant breakthrough.
Taiwa... Read more
China to remove foreign PCs from government agencies and state-owned firms
Government agencies and state-owned firms in China are expected to replace foreign PCs.
According to the news portal of China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Chinese government agencies and state-owned firms will replace foreign PCs with domestically made machines to increase ... Read more
Apple, Dell and Lenovo suffer from Chinese lockdowns
The supply of Apple, Dell and Lenovo laptops is at risk of delays due to ongoing COVID-19 lockdowns in China.
Chinese ports, factories and offices are closed to stop the spread of COVID-19. Global supply chain disruptions are a natural consequence. Pegatron, one of Apple's suppliers, announced t... Read more
Linking China to Europe and Africa, Huawei undersea cable ends in Kenya
An undersea cable worth $425 million connecting China to Europe and Africa, representing Huawei Technologies as a shareholder, finally arrived in Kenya.
The 9,320 miles (15,000 km) cable, dubbed the Peace cable, is an essential part of what China calls its Digital Silk Road initiative. This init... Read more
Europe strengthens ties with Japan and US to reduce dependency on China
To gain control over technology transfers, the EU is fostering closer ties with Japan and the US — French think tank.
According to French experts, the European Union remains stuck in a conflict over intellectual property with China. The Geneva-based WTO accuses Beijing of implementing new ‘a... Read more
EU sues China for crimes against tech companies
The European Union is filing charges against China with the World Trade Organization (WTO). The European Commission says that Chinese organizations stealing European technologies are being protected by the state.
According to the Commission, Chinese organizations illegally use patented European ... Read more
Tensions rise between US, China and Europe to set 5G standards
The international debate over 5G technology has brought competing regions to an impasse. The conversations also reflect political spats between the United States, Europe, and China about creating and deploying future technology.
The growth of technologies seems to have become more crucial s... Read more
Chinese and Russian spies target Dutch IT professionals via LinkedIn
Dutch employees of high-tech companies are a popular target for Chinese and Russian spies. The news is reported by Financieel Dagblad, a Dutch newspaper. National intelligence agency AIVD sounds the alarm.
According to Financieel Dagblad, many employees of Dutch high-tech companies are stalked o... Read more