The way to hop over the Great Wall
Qualcomm is preparing to produce its own custom chips for the Chinese market in a move to get around its problems with manufacturers and the government.
Information from Macau, China briefing arrives just before start of Q3
Over the past few days, a handful of staff writers, editors, analysts and industry professionals were fortunate enough to receive invitations to AMD’s 3-day Polaris event in Macau, China, including our very own editor-in-chief. The event is scheduled to take place between May 26th and May 29th, with a Polaris Tech Day that just took place behind a non-disclosure agreement for the press.
Secondary desktop display
An outfit called Paperlike has built a 13.3 inch e-ink screen which seems rather a good idea for a secondary screen for your PC.
Investors wake up
Apple shares are continuing to fall as more investors realise that the share price is not going to go up any more.
Latest Strategy Analytics figures
The size of China's smartphone melt-down is surprisingly small, if the latest figures from Strategy Analytics are to be believed.
Increase logic-chip sales
Samsung Electronics is considering partnering with Chinese semiconductor companies to increase its sales and market share in the less-volatile and more profitable logic-chip business.
Taiwan government warns employees not to use it
The Taiwan Ministry of Science and Technology is warning government employees to avoid using phones that use China's GPS system Beidou to prevent ‘targeted attacks’
As one market shuts, another market closes
Apple's bid to replace its Chinese market with India has received a swift kick in the nadgers from the Indian government.
China could really mess the company up
Billionaire activist investor and Apple cheerleader Carl Icahn has dumped his entire stake in Apple because he thinks the writing is on the wall for the tech company.
Lisa Su, AMD's CEO confirms
Ever since AMD announced a Chinesejoint joint server venture, people have been asking around to get a bit more details. Now AMD's CEO has confirmed the technology involved is both x86 and ARM.