Nothing to fear from Chinese DRAM
Published in Memory


It is vapourware for now

It looks like a homegrown Chinese DRAM industry is not going to happen for five years yet.

Wafer shipments will remain flat
Published in News


UMC waiting 28 nm process sales to grow

Foundry chipmaker United Microelectronics has warned that its wafer shipments and ASPs to stay flat while sales generated from 28nm process technology grow.

Tencent releases its new operating system
Published in Wearables


TOS+, for smartphones and smart watches

Chinese outfit Tencent has released its operating system for smartphones and smartwatches as it tries to take a slice of the mobile market behind the bamboo curtain.

Qualcomm helps the Chinese
Published in News


Helping to sell gear to West

US chipmaker Qualcomm is trying to establish ties with Chinese smartphone makers to help them launch their products abroad.

Iranian cyberwar is a US right wing myth
Published in News


Which is a female moth

Claims that Iran has been conducting a cyberwar against the United States have been greatly exaggerated by US conservatives.

Chinese chipmaker want to buy HP's datacentre ops
Published in News


Tsinghua Unigroup sets its sights

Chinese chipmaker Tsinghua Unigroup wants to buy a controlling stake of HP's 's China data-networking operations.

Open Source Github under Chinese attack
Published in News


Sauce fight

Open source coding site GitHub said it was fending off a days-long DoS attack that had caused intermittent outages for the social coding site.

Big Blue suits will share technology with the Chinese
Published in News


China Blue 

CEO Virginia Rometty has said that the ever shrinking Big Blue will share technology with Chinese firms and will actively help build China's industry.

Microsoft winning over China on smartphones
Published in Mobiles


Xiaomi tests Window 10

Microsoft appears to be winning more Chinese smartphone makers over to its Windows platform.

Qualcomm slapped with $975m fine in China
Published in News


Because communists despise anti-competitive practices

The Glorious People’s Republic of China has imposed a $975 million fine on Qualcomm, citing the chipmakers anti-competitive practices.