WSJ claims that staff have rubbed out bad reviews for $300 per review
The CEO of the homegrown search giant said that Chinese companies have 'plenty of ability and confidence' to complete globally
Exascale machines can perform a billion billion calculations per second: more than five times faster than today's most powerful computer
Self-driving cars, Intel and cameras, oh my!
Chinese cyber espionage group Thrip targeting satellite communications, telecoms and defence companies
Symantec warning over state-sponsored hackers targeting satellite operators' control systems
Big losses no barrier to public share offering for fashionable smartphone maker
Eyebrows raised over low price for subsidiary that generates 20 per cent of ARM's income
Huawei, Oppo, Lenovo and TCL all benefited from data deals with Facebook
Staff told to beware of "unusual sounds" after an employee reported mystery symptoms
Trump proposes a $1.3bn fine and a round of firings to un-bork ZTE
Are you paying attention?
Sale of Toshiba Memory ready to go ahead after Chinese anti-monopoly probe concludes
Trump defends offer of help to sanctions-busted ZTE
China's government wants to know how its citizens are feeling in a manner that isn't at all creepy...
If the authorities can easily access deleted messages, what else can they access?
Chinese parents are worried about their oinking children, apparently
China's censorship system employs millions of people and uses a mix of automated and manual techniques
US slaps ZTE with seven-year sales ban claiming it broke sanctions settlement terms
Japanese researchers uncover huge reserve of rare earth metals used in electric vehicles, smartphones and wind turbines
Japan set to bust China's monopoly on rare-earth metals
China wants to become a leader in electric vehicles - so it's devising its own standards before anyone else
The unmanned tanks could eventually be kitted with AI systems
If the government doesn't like you, you'll have to walk to work
Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm might be over, but Intel might still bid for Broadcom
Sources suggest China doesn't want its researchers to share their knowledge with Western countries