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.
Global ratings agency S&P Global Ratings has forecast that IT spending will grow between 2% and 3% in the year ahead, an improvement from 2019.
Huawei's newest flagship, the Mate 30 Pro, is its most powerful smartphone yet, and while the full Android 10 experience isn't (officially) available, this is still arguably the most powerful smartphone thus far on Planet Earth and can still pack a tech-laden punch.
Indeed, very sad to see. Political infighting may not have been the initial reason I eschewed the ACS and joined[…]
Couldn't agree more. If the current members of the ACS Management Committee really want to run something other than a[…]
Excellent article Sam.Why should we be surprised by these lies on Huawei purely as an anti-competitive US cartel tactic -[…]
+1Whilst I'd definitely prefer to be in Australia rather than China or the US, the mainstream media landscape in Australia[…]
Great article, Phil Dawson has real world experience and an awsome track record. His opinion is always spot on