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.
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.
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.
Draft document being looked at
The EU and US are closer to getting a workable data protection privacy framework which enables European companies to use US clouds without being spied on by US spooks.
All the money goes to manufacturing
There has been much talk about the latest CHIPS and Science Act, through which the US is attempting to advance an industrial strategy to revitalize domestic manufacturing jobs and secure semiconductor supply chains. This legislation is spectacular and well-timed, given recent de-globalization events and China's constant threat to Taiwan. And just days ago, TSMC had an event including POTUS in Arizona fab.
See what happens when fantasy gets out of control?
A 10-year-old boy in Wisconsin has been charged with first-degree reckless homicide after he fatally shot his mother after she refused to buy him a virtual reality headset on Amazon.
We 'ave no intention of giving our data to you 'amburger eaters
The French minister of national education and youth is banning the use of US based computers which send data to the land of the fee.
Spending $2.38 billion on research
Japan is spending $2.38 billion to build the joint research hub with the US on 2nm process technology.
Intel sees no way out
Intel Chief Executive [kicking] Pat Gelsinger (pictured) said that recently imposed US restrictions on semiconductor-industry exports to China were inevitable as America seeks to maintain technological leadership in competition with China.
Trying to find out what was going on in Huawei investigation
The Justice Department has announced charges against two Chinese intelligence officers, accusing them of attempting to obstruct a US investigation into the telecommunications giant Huawei.