Samsung invests billions in chip factories
Soon the US will fear South Korea
Samsung will invest around $230.8 billion over 20 years in the South Korean government's push to develop a mega semiconductor hub in the country.
US government wants more sanctions against Chinese chip makers
Wants to set the Chinese back ten years
The US government is working on even tighter restrictions to set Chinese chipmakers back nearly a decade.
US Military investigating Starlink contracts over Musk's eccentric behaviour
We don't see why we have to make military decisions based on the whim of one rich kid
As we predicted, the US military is not that happy that its military strategy is vulnerable to the whims of the likes of Elon [look at me] Musk and is starting to review contracts awarded to his Starlink space service.
Tik Tok plans to protect US data do not go far enough
A former TikTok employee turned whistleblower has reportedly met with multiple senators expressing concerns TikTok’s plan to secure US user data won’t go far enough to stop possible Chinese espionage.
ARM decides to list in US only
British success story needs to list in a country where tomatos are available
British success story ARM has stuck two fingers up to the British government and opted for a US-only public listing, making the company as Americian as Apple pie.
Singapore wants to profit from US and China tensions
Wants to attract chip money
With the US and China squabbling over chip designs and other countries concerned about an imagined chip shortage and flinging money at super rich chip makers, Singapore wants its share.
US top cyber diplomat Twitter account hacked
If only the company could afford to keep its clients' accounts safe
Nate Fick, the inaugural US ambassador for Cyberspace and Digital Policy announced the hack of his personal account over the weekend.
Iranian drones full of US tech
Big Tech says it has done nothing wrong
It appears that most of the parts of Iranian drones which are being used by the Russians to destroy the Ukrainian power grid come from US tech companies.
ASML attacks US trade restrictions on China
It makes no sense and only benefits US companies
Dutch semiconductor equipment maker ASML CEO Peter Wennink has waded into the US’s moves to get the Netherlands to adopt new rules restricting exports to China make sense.
China getting more hacked off at US chip sanctions
History repeats "Ducks versus Onions" conflict
China is hitting back against the US's arbitory controls over the export on chips and filed a dispute with the World Trade Organisation and escalating the tech war between the two countries.