US processor maker Intel has sold its NAND memory and storage business to South Korea's SK hynix, statements from the two companies say, with the going price being US$9 billion (A$12.8 billion).
Sweden has become the second country in Europe — the UK was the first — to openly state that it will not be allowing the use of gear from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendors Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corporation in its 5G networks.
The US has charged six Russians, all officers in Unit 74455 of the Russian Main Intelligence Directorate or GRU, of participating in intrusion of computer systems in a number of countries.
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