Chinese chipmakers could be boosted in post-Moore’s Law
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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.

Chinese mobile sales slump
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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.

China sends unbreakable cat code from space
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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.

Apple helps Chinese spy on fanboys
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What are friends for?

The fruity-cargo cult Apple has aligned itself with the Chinese government against its users.

Apple fanboy forces poor to buy iPad
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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.

Microsoft moves US jobs to China
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Global outsourcing is continuing to Make America grate again

While the US right wing press has been claiming that Donald Trump is bringing jobs back to America, it is starting to look like this is all spin.

Apple surrenders to China’s data controls
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Finally a force that can make Apple obey


The Tame Apple Press has been reporting about how Apple is setting up a super-cool, ground-breaking data centre in China.

Now even the Swiss have a faster supercomputer than the US
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And some of their soldiers have carried pikes for 600 years.

The US has been falling behind in the supercomputer race which it has dominated for 24 years and been losing ground to the Chinese who have the top two slots.

Chinese networked intertwined quantum particles
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1,200 kilometres without needing a cat


Chinese boffins have sent intertwined quantum particles from a satellite to ground stations separated by 1,200 kilometres, smashing the previous world record and not needing a cat to work.

Apple faces China crises
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Dealers arrested flogging personal data

Chinese authorities have arrested Apple dealers for flogging user data to the highest bidder.