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Taiwanese original design manufacturer Compal Electronics has suffered a cyber intrusion, with the attackers using the Windows DoppelPaymer ransomware to infiltrate the company's systems in an attack that was reported over the weekend.

Published in Security

The US will need to invest between US$20 billion (A$27.3 billion) and US$50 billion in new semiconductor fabrication plants if it wants to reverse the trend of the last 30 years which has seen semiconductor manufacturing decline, a study claims.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Chinese smartphone manufacturer realme has become the fastest growing smartphone brand in south-east Asia, gaining a position among the top five in a number of key countries, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.

Published in Mobility

Australia's average 5G download speed is third among the leading 12 5G markets studied by analytics firm OpenSignal, with Saudi Arabia, unexpectedly, top and South Korea second.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Four years and nine releases on, the Google Pixel has yet to make an impression on the market as far as sales go; it is always buried in the category of "Others" in those lists of shipments released for various global regions by different technology analyst companies.

Published in Mobile devices

Technology analyst firm Gartner has forecast that global expenditure on 5G network infrastructure will almost double this year to reach US$8.1 billion (A$11.3 billion).

Published in Telecoms & NBN

There have been many discussions centred around the possibility that China may try to retake Taiwan and speculation as to the likely American reaction, but hardly any consideration has been given to the fact that even a failed bid by Beijing would have a massive effect on the American reliance on Taiwan's semiconductor manufacturers.

Taiwanese semiconductor firm Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company says it has stopped processing orders from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies following the US imposition of restrictions in May that make it illegal to supply product to a company that is on an American blacklist unless it obtains a licence.

Published in Technology Regulation

In what is one more indicator of the growing rift between the US and China, a report claims moves are being made by the Trump administration to ask semiconductor giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the world's biggest contract chip maker, to set up a factory in the US.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Several organisations in Taiwan have been targeted by a new Windows ransomware family that has been named ColdLock by the Japanese security firm Trend Micro.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 29 April 2020 10:48

Rapyd exands Disburse mass-payment platform

Global fintech as a service Rapyd has undertaken a major expansion of its Disburse mass-payment platform.

Published in Market

Ericsson has been selected by Taiwan’s Chunghwa Telecom to provide the 5G platform to support its future 5G network, with the deployment of a non-standalone (NSA) New Radio (NR) network on mid and high-frequency bands.

Published in Deals

New Zealand’s retail lending market is expected to record a healthy growth over 2019–23 to reach NZ$395.9bn (US$265.6bn) in 2023, according to analyst firm GlobalData.

Published in Market

Flinders University and the ACE Electric Vehicle Group will sign a research agreement on Friday to collaborate on the development and construction of a flat pack electric vehicle in Australia.

Published in Automotive

Global enterprise storage company Pure Storage has launched a dedicated distributor program for the Asia Pacific and Japan region.

Published in Strategy

ASUS has redefined what a notebook with two screens looks like, and the demos do make it look like a very practical and useful way to be more productive, and while the new tech is obviously expensive, the 2020s of dual screen laptops has arrived in 2019.

Published in Home Tech

In spite of Donald Trump’s best efforts to fuel an international trade war, US chip maker Qualcomm and Chinese computers vendor Lenovo have collaborated to claim the world first launch of a 5G powered PC.

Published in Market

Asia-Pacific countries, including Australia, are adopting several strategies and roadmaps to achieve the renewable energy target designated by their nations, according to a newly published report on the regional energy market.

Published in Energy
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 16:18

H2 Cable to link Australia and China

H2 Cable and SubCom have signed a contract for the supply and installation of the H2 submarine cable system that will be the first to connect Australia and Hong Kong, with direct access to China.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
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