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Tensions rise between US mobile operators and the airline industry over the deployment of 5G in the C-band, requiring the White House to step in and negotiate a path forward.

Published in 5G

American efforts to curb chip sales in China have not succeeded, according to an analysis of data for 2020 by the Semiconductor Industry Association, a lobby group for the US semiconductor industry.

Published in Hardware

Say what you like about Barnaby Joyce, the Australian deputy prime minister knows when to interject himself into an issue and make himself relevant. He has very finely tuned political antennae.

Published in Open Sauce

Integrated energy company bp and digital transformation of energy management and automation provider Schneider Electric have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) designed to help decarbonise high-emission customers in Australia, the European Union, UK. and, US.

Published in Energy

Apple retained its lead in the US smartphone market in the third quarter, even as the overall market showed 9% growth quarter-on-quarter and 1% growth year-on-year, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.

Published in Mobility

A partner of a venture capital firm set up by the CSIRO to help build deep tech start-ups says one of the main factors that is holding Australia back from building up a semiconductor sector is visa and travel restrictions.

Published in Strategy

London's Daily Mail does not normally receive praise for the journalism it produces, but it has recently been lauded by an unlikely source: the Conti ransomware gang.

Published in Security

Japanese automobile giant Toyota Motor Corporation has announced details of its first battery electric vehicle, which it says it plans to launch in Europe next month. The car has been jointly developed with Subaru.

Published in Automotive

A veteran of the semiconductor industry has cast doubts on whether the US$52 billion allocated by the US for investment in its chip industry will be enough to rebuild a complete supply chain in the country.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The US is considering the use of a national security law harking back to the Cold War-era to force companies that are part of the semiconductor supply chain to provide confidential data about their operations if they do not respond with answers in 45 days.

Published in Technology Regulation

Microsoft claims to have detected what it characterises as nation-state activity by an adversary it calls Nobelium — the SolarWinds attackers who are also known as APT29 and Cozy Bear — trying to gain access to customers of multiple cloud providers, including itself.

Published in Security

The existence of sanctions did not prevent US suppliers from obtaining licences from the Commerce Department to ship billions of dollars worth of supplies to Chinese firms Huawei Technologies and Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp between November 2020 and April 2021.

Published in Technology Regulation

The Brave browser will no longer provide Google as its default search engine, instead replacing it with Brave Search, its own homegrown search offering, the company behind the browser says.

Published in Apps

One hates to be the bearer of bad news to News Corp's Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson, but her bombastic report on 10 October, which claimed Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies is pulling out of Australia, is wrong. Dead wrong.

Published in Open Sauce

Global PC shipments fell in the third quarter of 2021 after five quarters of double-digit growth, and registered 5% growth year-on-year, the technology analyst firm Canalys says, adding that Japan was the worst affected with a drop of almost 30% in shipments.

Published in Development

Britain will launch cyber attacks in response to similar actions by so-called "hostile states" like Russia, the country's Defence Secretary says.

Published in Security

The US has announced that it will bring together 30 countries, including NATO members and the G7, in an alliance to fight against cyber attacks and disrupt ransomware attacks.

Published in Security

The data in the Broadband Access Microwave and Optical Transport, Mobile Core & Radio Access Network, Service Provider Router and Switch report during 1H21 period suggest there is a positive trend in the broader telecom equipment market, extending into the second quarter, even if growth lagged, according to market research firm Dell’Oro Group.

Published in Business Telecoms

Global electric vehicle sales for the first half of 2021 rose by 160% year-on-year, the technology analyst firm Canalys says, adding that 2.6 million EVs were sold.

Published in Automotive

Changes to the App Store and the way consumers and developers can purchase apps and subscriptions has been announced by Apple that will hopefully keep developers and consumers happy, and end US court action against the tech giant - along with setting up a fund to help small US developers.

Published in Apps

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