Dell will reportedly no longer use Chinese-made chips in its computers beginning in 2024, the latest challenge to China’s semiconductor industry.
The US has implemented new measures requiring travelers from China to take a Covid test over growing concerns about an increase in cases.
China is taking major steps to improve its semiconductor industry, preparing a $143 billion package to boost its self sufficiency.
China is going on the offensive, filing a complaint with the World Trade Organization over US efforts to sanction its semiconductor industry.
China has passed new rules to reign in deepfakes and the impact they can have on ordinary people.
China is experiencing some of its most widespread protests in years, but protesters do not have access to a tool they have come to rely on.
The UK government is ordering a Dutch company to divest itself of a Welsh semiconductor plant over national security concerns revolving around China.
Nvidia is designing an advanced chip for the Chinese market that are designed to be compliant with US restrictions.
Chinese firms are going to extreme measures to circumvent US chip sanctions, even resorting to throttling semiconductor performance.
The US is ramping up pressure on China, asking its allies to restrict semiconductor exports to the country.
The area around Foxconn’s “iPhone City” plant has been locked down as a result of an increase in COVID cases.
The Biden Administration has been cracking down on China’s semiconductor industry, utterly crippling it, according to one analyst.
Google Translate has shut down in China, leaving users without one of the best online translation services available.
TSMC is sounding the warning about a potential Chinese invasion, saying such an eventually would effectively shut down the chipmaker.
The US passed a major piece of legislation aimed at revitalizing US semiconductor manufacturing, but it also does much to inhibit China’s chip industry.
TSMC is once again factoring into geopolitical posturing, with a Chinese economist saying the country should invade Taiwan and seize TSMC in the event of sanctions.
A bipartisan group of senators is urging President Joe Biden not to end tariffs on China, making the case the tariffs are not responsible for growing inflation.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has banned two more telecom companies from China from operating in the US.
China is the leading electric vehicle (EV) exporter, exporting some 500,000 units in 2021 alone.