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3 months ago
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Apple Had Better Watch Its Back in China

Apple dominated the premium handset market for most of the pandemic years, partly thanks to the troubles of competito...

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4 months ago
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For China, Bullying Apple Suppliers Could Backfire Badly

China's slowing economy could soon become a major talking point for U.S. companies as they begin to report third-quar...

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4 months ago
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Apple Risks Getting Caught in Taiwan Tensions With iPhone Supplier Probes

Taiwanese supplier Foxconn is targeted by China as its founder makes a presidential bid

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4 months ago
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KKR’s Chip Play Will Win Big in Japan

Japan’s biggest initial public offering in five years, chip equipment maker Kokusai, is priced to move.

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4 months ago
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Apple’s Tim Cook Makes Surprise China Visit as iPhone Sales Slump

CEO’s visits with senior officials, local stores and a supplier come amid cooling demand for the company’s high-end p...

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6 months ago
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Huawei’s Breakthrough Still Shows China’s Limits in Tech Race

After working for years to catch up on U.S. technology, China has developed a chip that can rival Nvidia’s powerful A...

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7 months ago
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China Pleases Parents With Plan to Limit Kids’ Smartphone Use

Policy would limit time and content by age, on top of videogame restrictions

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10 months ago
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Samsung is a Case Study in How Manufacturers Leave China

The $53 billion Chips Act seeks to end the U.S.’s reliance on foreign-made semiconductors, especially those used by t...

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over 1 year ago
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Xiaomi Is Getting a Weak Signal from China’s Economy

The Chinese smartphone giant’s prospects are tied to Beijing’s economic, media and health policies.

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over 1 year ago
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Saudi Arabia to Build Electric Vehicles With Apple Supplier Foxconn

The kingdom’s Public Investment Fund is partnering with the biggest assembler of Apple Inc. iPhones.

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almost 2 years ago
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Is It the End of the Road for Computing Power?

That phone in your pocket was predicted by Moore’s Law, but it is bumping against its physical and economic limits

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about 2 years ago
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Think U.S.-China Tensions are Bad for Business? Try China-India

Tensions between India and China are flaring up. Collateral damage is showing up in surprising places.

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about 2 years ago
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Google Plans to Curtail Cross-App Tracking on Android Phones

The Alphabet unit plans to continue support of the existing approach for at least two years as it follows Apple in ch...

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about 2 years ago
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Samsung’s Top Chipmaking Perch Is Precarious

Samsung is reaping the benefits of its strong technology and ravenous chip demand. But it can’t afford to rest on its...

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about 2 years ago
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Are Foldable Smartphones Finally Cool?

Despite years of marketing effort by Samsung, foldable smartphones can still seem like niche toys. But there are sign...

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over 2 years ago
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Why Apple’s Privacy Changes Hurt Snap and Facebook but Benefited Google

New iPhone privacy standards rocked digital advertising, raising some boats and lowering others.

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over 2 years ago
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Apple Faces Off With Europe Regulators Over Phone Chargers

The EU proposed a bloc-wide common charging standard for smartphones and other electronic devices, a move that, if ad...

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over 2 years ago
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Chips Are Not Down at Samsung

Samsung shares have suffered this year as investors anticipate the end of the memory-chip price boom. They shouldn’t ...

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over 2 years ago
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After Apple Tightens Tracking Rules, Advertisers Shift Spending Toward Android Devices

The prices for mobile ads directed at iOS users have fallen, while ad prices have risen for advertisers seeking to ta...

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over 2 years ago
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Alibaba Falls Victim to Chinese Web Crawler in Large Data Leak

A Chinese software developer trawled the popular Taobao shopping website for eight months, collecting more than 1.1 b...

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almost 3 years ago
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China’s Xiaomi Shrugs Off Covid-19 and Trump

Smartphone maker Xiaomi had a phenomenal year because, unlike its domestic rival Huawei, it wasn’t hamstrung by U.S. ...

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almost 3 years ago
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The Taiwanese Chip Champion Shaking Qualcomm’s Tree

TSMC has attracted increased attention as the U.S.-China rivalry has intensified and Intel has stumbled. But there’s ...

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almost 3 years ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Apple’s Privacy Changes Are Poised to Boost Its Ad Products

Under the new privacy restrictions, advertisers targeting iPhone users will get more data about ad performance if the...

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almost 3 years ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | P&G Worked With China Trade Group on Tech to Sidestep Apple Privacy Rules

Procter & Gamble tested an advertising technique being developed in China to gather iPhone data for targeted ads, see...

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almost 3 years ago
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Will Xiaomi Be the Apple of Electric Vehicles?

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, like Apple, is betting that consumer technology companies can also design attractive...

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almost 3 years ago
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Apple’s Move to Block User Tracking Spawns New Digital Ad Strategies

Apps and advertisers are looking for other ways to connect with consumers and target ads, as the iPhone maker prepare...

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almost 3 years ago
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Companies Still Working on Libor Changeover

Regulators are pressing firms to drop the borrowing benchmark, but many are still choosing a replacement or discussin...

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almost 3 years ago
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Chinese Technology Stocks Have Fallen Harder Than U.S. Peers

An index of the largest technology stocks listed in Hong Kong has dropped 26% in less than three weeks.

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about 3 years ago
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Apple’s Privacy Change Will Hit Facebook’s Core Ad Business. Here’s How.

Apple’s new feature will limit Facebook’s ability to collect data from apps—information that allows its advertisers t...

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about 3 years ago
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Samsung is Raking in Cash; Now it Needs to Spend Some

The electronics giant has built up a formidable war chest but it will need to spend heavily to maintain its edge.

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about 3 years ago
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The U.S.-China Tech War Won’t End Under Biden

The tech war between the U.S. and China will likely continue under the Biden administration, although modestly sweete...

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over 3 years ago
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Xiaomi’s Gain at Huawei’s Expense Might Not Last

The global smartphone market has recovered from the earlier dip caused by the pandemic, but Huawei’s travails are the...

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over 3 years ago
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Tech War With U.S. Turbocharges China’s Chip-Development Resolve

China is investing heavily in computer chips and stepping up efforts to cultivate homegrown talent as it accelerates ...

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over 3 years ago
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Alibaba Sets ‘Singles Day’ Sales Record

Chinese technology company, under a cloud of regulatory pressure, raked in $75.1 billion in sales during China’s bigg...

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