With some conditions
The Chinese government has approved HP's $1.1 billion purchase of Samsung’s printer business with certain restrictions.
ARMs up its Tianhe-1A CPU-GPU hybrid
The National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) has, boosted the Tianhe-1A CPU-GPU hybrid that was deployed in 2010 with some nice new ARM processors and possibly some Matrix2000 DSP accelerators.
Death of Moore’s Law opens new opportunities
The CEO of China-based Horizon Robotics, Yu Kai, claims that China could become very important in the development of AI chips.
You want us to pay what?
Apple might be running aground in its key Chinese market by offering an iPhone which no one can afford.
You can almost hear Celine Dion cranking up in the background
China is about to launch the Jinan Project, the world's first "unhackable" computer network, and a major milestone in the development of quantum technology.
Chinese dragon could take Chipzilla
Not everyone is mourning the slow death of Moore’s Law and Chinese chipmakers could use the period to catch up with their Western rivals.
Looks like that market will not save anyone soon
Hopes that the Chinese mobile market might pick-up and save the cash cows of one-hit-wonders like Apple have been dashed by new figures from Digitimes Research.
Uses the power of potentially dead or alive cats
China has managed to harness the power of cats who may or may not be dead to send an unbreakable quantum code from space.
What are friends for?
The fruity-cargo cult Apple has aligned itself with the Chinese government against its users.
Support the cargo cult or no education
Chinese authorities and parents stepped in after an Apple fanboy, who happened to be a headmaster, refused to provide an education to children unless they bought an over-priced tablet from his favourite company.