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The US is thinking of cutting off Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from accessing any American components, including those from Intel and Qualcomm, a report claims.

Published in Technology Regulation

Manufacturers of chip-making equipment ASML has defied US bans on chip technology eports to china, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.

Published in Strategy

The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region has suffered a 4.3% decline in deal activity during 2022, with the decline primarily driven by a significant 16.5% fall in deal activity in China, which accounts for around one-third of the region’s deals volume, reveals  data and analytics company GlobalData.

Published in Strategy

Global smartphone shipments fell below the 1.2-billion unit mark in 2022, with the 11% year-on-year drop marking a low point for the industry, according to the technology analyst firm Canalys.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone vendor Oppo has released another model from its budget range in Australia, aiming to attract buyers to the A17 through a combination of price and decent specs, plus a 30-day mobile subscription.

Published in Mobility

Driven by vaccination certificates, the need for identity checks in financial services, and the potential of the metaverse, governments across the world realise the benefits and the importance of digital identity, enabling the technology to take off, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.

Published in Strategy

GUEST RESEARCH Google cybersecurity subsidiary Mandiant has published new research on a China-based threat group using three new malware families affecting USB drives to target the Philippines and greater Southeast Asia region, which have been a focus for Chinese espionage for many years.

Published in Security

GUEST RESEARCH Google cybersecurity subsidiary Mandiant has published new research on a China-based threat group using three new malware families affecting USB drives to target the Philippines and greater Southeast Asia region, which have been a focus for Chinese espionage for many years.

Published in Guest Research

The Chinese government has granted the first 5G private network license to Commercial Aircraft Corp of China, the manufacturer of the C919, the country's first self-developed single-aisle passenger jet.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Global semiconductor revenue will fall 3.6% year-on-year in 2023, the technology analyst firm Gartner has forecast, adding that the 2022 market would be up by 4% with revenue rising to US$618 billion (A$929 billion).

Published in Hardware

The United States government has banned electronic equipment from several Chinese tech firms on the basis of national security concerns.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A bifurcation of the global semiconductor industry will be expensive and risky, and pose threats to quality and reliability as well, the rating agency S&P Global Ratings says in a research note issued earlier this month, adding that China and other Asia-Pacific producers are likely to suffer more.

Published in Technology Regulation

Geopolitics, rising inflation, Russia-Ukraine war, energy crisis and uncertain economic conditions continue to make a dent in deal-making sentiment across Asia-Pacific (APAC),according to one data and analytics company.

Published in Deals

The UK government has cited national security as the reason for quashing the ownership by a Chinese-owned semiconductor manufacturer of a semiconductor fabrication plant based in Wales.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company founder Morris Chang appears to have had a complete change of mind about setting up new chip units in the US, announcing on Monday that the company would manufacture 3nm semiconductors at a new factory in Arizona.

European smartphone shipments in the third quarter of 2022 declined by 16% year-on-year to a shade more than 40 million units, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says, attributing this to economic challenges that placed constraints on consumer demand.

Published in Mobility

The former chief of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Peter Jennings, appears to be in serious denial about one thing: no matter the state of bilateral relations with China, Australia is dependent on that country for its economic well-being.

Published in Open Sauce

Australia loves to raise fears over anything to do with countries that it considers, well, below its exalted status, a status that exists only in the world of fiction.

Published in Open Sauce

US chip manufacturer Nvidia has created a new advanced chip in China that meets the export control rules laid down by the US administration in October.

Published in Technology Regulation

Ransomware is a booming business judging by the claim made by a founding member of the Lockbit group that he owns three restaurants in China and two in New York.

Published in Security

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