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2007-11-21 Report cites China espionage as top threat to U.S. tech
The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission's (USCC) 2007 Report to Congress calls Chinese espionage activities as the top threat to U.S. technology industry.
2015-05-28 US raises flag on China spying in electronics industry
Concerns are growing within the U.S. government that China aims to grab American technology, yet Washington appears at times to be working at cross purposes.
2014-03-28 NSA to bug Huawei firmware to spy on potential targets
According to documents released by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the intelligence agency penetrated the corporate networks of Huawei to build security flaws into the source code. Huawei would then integrate those backdoors in its own products and distribute to a large customer base.
2014-04-14 Is Huawei collateral damage in U.S.-China spy game?
Huawei is merely a telecom equipment maker looking to expand its business globally while being plagued with security allegations. It cannot be held responsible for hacking activities on its products, an IT consultant asserts.
2014-06-30 Business climate grows hostile between China, U.S.
The global electronics supply chain is at risk as cyber espionage conflict between the East and the West escalates, with China considering the replacement of IBM servers running its banking industry with Chinese-made technology.
2005-02-22 UMC chairman denies doing wrong in letter to Taiwan prosecutor
A Taiwan government investigation into local foundry chipmaker United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) took a dramatic twist on Friday (Feb. 18) with the company's chairman admitted he helped set up a Chinese foundry, an act that could lead to criminal charges, but denied wrong-doing in an open letter to the Taiwan prosecutor
2005-01-27 U.S. reportedly probing IBM-Lenovo deal
An interagency oversight panel concerned about industrial espionage is reportedly investigating IBM Corp.'s proposed sale of its PC operations to China's Lenovo Group Ltd
2005-02-02 U.S. to review IBM-Lenovo sale
The U.S. House of Representatives has thrown a potential monkey wrench into the $1.25 billion sale of IBM's Personal Computer Division to China's Lenovo Group.
2011-08-17 U.S. beefs up control of fake chips in supply chain
An analysis of the U.S. government's effort to curb down fake chips, particularly from China, reveals a much serious problem within the supply chain and the country's important installations.
2015-11-17 Tsinghua Unigroup to invest $47B to become third largest chipmaker
China is working to have the world's third-biggest chipmaker as Tsinghua Unigroup, a state-backed conglomerate, revealed plans to invest $47 billion over the next five years.
2014-06-18 Is China the Big Brother of cyber space?
China is allegedly responsible for between 50 per cent and 80 per cent of all IP theft from U.S. companies, costing business more than $300 billion per year.
2014-05-07 IP theft compels U.S. firms to terminate China venture
China's growth is said to be anchored on "acquiring science and technology" through several methods that include the illegal and appears to be sanctioned by the government.
2012-12-13 Huawei focuses on EU after U.S. congressional grilling
Huawei recently stated that it plans to double its European workforce, employing more than 14,000 workers over the next three to five years, providing jobs in areas recently hard hit by tech layoffs.
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