China-US trade war threatens entire IT system
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The trade war between the United States of America and China has racked up big time this week but, largely unnoticed, is the effect it will have on the computer industry worldwide.

New zero day Flash bug in the wild
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A present from best Korea

South Korean authorities have issued a warning regarding a brand new Flash zero day exploit has been deployed in the wild after being written by the glorious North Korean leader and Apple fanboy Kim Jong-un. 

Dear Apple after my glorious hacker team destroyed non-Apple machines, it appears that Apple security did not protect me from being found out.  P.S. The mac is broken again and I have to write using pen and ink.
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Capitalist hyenas are blaming us for everything

A spokesman for North Korea’s foreign ministry has denied Pyongyang is linked to any cyber attacks, the North’s first response since the United States publicly blamed it for a massive worldwide cyber security breach.

Dear Apple, the Mac I bought from your genius store is on the friz again and I am unable to defeat even Microsoft in my cladestine hacking war against the US. You told me that Apple was superior!  Love and Kisses Kim
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Hackers met their match

Facebook and Microsoft took on and defeated several North Korean cyber threats last week, a White House official said.

Korea replaces Taiwan as leading chip nation
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Second only to Scotland where chips are very important 

Taiwan is no longer the world's top manufacturer of computer chips and has lost its crown to South Korea.

Qualcomm fine could bring trade war
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East versus West


2017 could be the year of the trade war as the US and Far Eastern start to slug it out over technology.

Game addict smashes into developer’s office
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Revenge attack on the pushers

A Chinese bloke who was so miffed with a company who supplied him with a game which “wrecked his life” that he drove his car through the doors of the office in a bid to "wreck the company".

Qualcomm faces fines in Korea
Published in PC Hardware


$883,259,284 for anti-trust

Qualcomm faces up to a $883,259,284 fine in Korea for allegedly violating anti-trust regulations, the Fair Trade Commission (FTC) said.

Qualcomm worries deepen
Published in PC Hardware
18 November 2015

Qualcomm worries deepen

Anti-trust probe in South Korea

Qualcomm can’t really get a lucky break anywhere. The chipmaker has just confirmed that it is facing an anti-trust probe in South Korea.

Hynix confirms building two chip plants in Korea
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Concerns about oversupply

DRAM maker Hynix has written a $25.94 billion cheque to build two new chip plants in South Korea.