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Irish change law to hit Chinese vendors
Published in Network

No Huawei at all, at all

The Irish government has amended its Communications Regulations Bill 2022 so it can blacklist Chinese networking equipment vendors.

Chinese AI used to monitor party loyalty
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1984 anyone?

A new artificial intelligence tool has been developed in China that helps authorities monitor how loyal members of the Communist Party are to the government.

Chinese semi-conductor production Shanghaied
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Covid-triggered lockdowns to blame

China’s quarterly production of semiconductors shrunk for the first time since early 2019 as consumer electronics demand softened and Covid-triggered lockdowns in regions, including Shanghai, disrupted output.

Chinese discover Uncle Sam behind decade-old hacking tool
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Turns out it was not made in Russia after all

A Chinese cybersecurity company accused the NSA of being behind a hacking tool used for ten years.

EU worried about Chinese patent power grab
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Smartphone technology apparently is Chinese now

After taking part in the biggest patent technology grab by the US, the EU is now worried about the Chinese counterattack.

Chinese show off new CPU
Published in News

Longsoon's new Dragon Core 3A4000 quad-core 14nm CPU

BDY electronics, a Chinese laptop manufacturer, has unveiled an all-new 13.3-inch laptop sporting Longsoon's new Dragon Core 3A4000 quad-core 14nm CPU.

Chinese boffins use infrared LEDs to fool security cameras
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Fool facial recognition software

A group of Chinese computer boffins has published a paper claiming that you can mess up facial recognition software by shining hat brim mounted infrared LEDs on the user's face, projecting CCTV-visible, human eye invisible shapes designed to fool the face recognition software.

Vive heading to chinese cyber cafes
Published in IoT

Big roll out planned

Even before it has been properly released, HTC is signing deals for its coming Vive VR headset and appears to be planning to install them in Chinese internet cafes.

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Finds 'inadequate practices'

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Apple’s logo makes him sick