We just don’t trust the fake-penis experts to tell the truth
The Chinese government is going to create its own Wikipedia because it does not trust the fake-penis, phoney doctors, and kids with chips on their shoulders, and Daily Tech readers to edit a reliable encyclopaedia.
It was not my friend Putin – he said so
Desperate to divert Republican attention from the fact his chum and benefactor Tsar Vladamir Putin hacked the Democratic Party and helped him win the election, Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump is blaming China.
But AMD-Intel price war may save vendors from supply chain issues
With the global decline in PC shipments finally showing signs of slowing, motherboard vendors are expecting to see a correlated slowing of overall volume in 2017, with some estimates hovering near 10 percent from last year.
Companies expected to maintain a collaborative relationship
In a matter proceeding from the result of “regulatory headwinds” by Chinese regulators, LeEco has announced that it no longer intends to buy Irvine-based Vizio.
Global hacking operation
A Chinese cyber gang has been hitting UK firms as part of a "systematic" global cyber espionage campaign.
China's Galaxy S8 smartphone has a bigger memory
Samsung Electronics is buttering up the Chinese market by offering a dedicated version of its new Galaxy S8 smartphone with a bigger memory.
And a quarter of video game consoles
If you are fond of buying cheap smartphones and games consoles from China then you should be aware that a big chunk of them are fake.
Too much cash invested in the lower end
China is widely expected to take the lead in robotic industry, but Digitimes Research thinks that it might have a few problems to overcome first.
Shenzhen company plans to appeal
Over the weekend, a Beijing court overturned a local intellectual property bureau’s ruling that Apple had violated a defunct Shenzhen company’s patented design with the iPhone 6. The ruling is the latest indicates that Chinese courts will not always rule in favor of its home markets.
Scientists fear America not really that great any more
Advanced computing experts at the National Security Agency and the Department of Energy are worried that that China is "extremely likely" to take the leadership in supercomputing as early as 2020.