China is boosting its own semiconductor sector and clean energy sector after being hit by US export controls late last year, the SCMP said
Most of the $2.5 billion that flowed out of Binance's stablecoin this week, after US regulators put a spotlight on the token, has gone to Tether; meanwhile, the US has charged Do Kwon with fraud
Popular video-sharing app, owned by China's ByteDance, aims to expand its data storage in Europe, a top manager said on Friday, in a move to reassure local officials on the security of user data
Dutch tech giant ASML, which makes the world's most advanced chipmaking tools, says it notified US and Dutch authorities about an employee in China who stole details on its technology
Apple has bet big on India since it began iPhone assembly in the country six years ago, but the move has been hit by challenges in logistics, tariffs and infrastructure
Unisoc wants to tap increased local investor interest in China's domestic chip industry, as it gears up to be more self-sufficient in the face of US pressure, sources said.
Amazon is talks with Times Internet on the possibility of buying MX Player, one of India's largest on-demand video streaming services, new report says
The US government plans to bar investment in some Chinese tech companies, to stop American money pouring into sensitive sectors such as chips for artificial intelligence
Surveillance cameras supplied by HikVision and Dahua found at defence and other government department offices will be removed, a senior minister said in Canberra on Thursday
Tech giants like Alibaba have long been involved in financial services and some also do cloud computing to run services for banks. Boundaries on their work are blurring, the BIS says
"The United States is being strict, but there is a question of whether we have to exactly match that," said former economy minister Akira Amari.
A shortage of chips is preventing Subaru and other automakers from ramping up production following the loss of business from Covid