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Archives: May 2007

One battle China's online censors can't win

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on May 28

For a regime notorious for censoring the Internet, China’s government is having an awfully hard time fighting one of its main online enemies - porn. Beijing may have the upper...

Flat-TV Acronyms

Posted by: Kenji Hall on May 21

Remembering all the acronyms for the different types of TVs out there can be a bit like staring into a bowl of alphabet soup. There's CRT, which stands for...

Sex blogger arrested in China

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on May 21

According to Xinhua, the official Chinese news agency, the government has launched yet another campaign in its never-ending battle against Internet porn, politics and other “decadent and and backward ideological...

Is Google teaming up with HTC?

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on May 14

Is Microsoft's most important Taiwanese partner about to switch teams? High Tech Computer (HTC) is the world's No. 1 maker of smart phones using the Windows operating system, and for...

Brand new Taiwanese

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on May 11

Another electronics manufacturer from Taiwan trying to break out of the commoditization trap. As I wrote here yesterday for BW, smart phone pioneer High Tech Computer Corp. is switching strategies...

NEC's Nanostep in Quantum Computing

Posted by: Kenji Hall on May 07

Building a quantum computer can be a tricky business. That's because physicists are still in the early stages of figuring out how to control the tiny circuits inside these...

Chinese chipmaking woes and Indian chipmaking dreams

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on May 03

Does it make sense for countries like China and India to try to compete in the ultra-expensive semiconductor industry? Indian officials seem to think so. They’re putting together new policies...


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