Tag: China

  • China lags behind in AI race amid lack of advanced chips, regulations: report

    China is still playing catch-up with the US when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), as it faces a lack of access to advanced chips amid strict regulations, reports the South China Morning PostThe arrival of ChatGPT – and a barrage of AL models from US-based tech giants later like Bard, Gemini and LLaMA –…

  • Apple iPhone maker Foxconn to invest $1.5 billion in India as it looks to build beyond China

    A factory at the mobile phone plant of Rising Stars Mobile India, a unit of Foxconn in Tamil Nadu, India, on July 12, 2019. Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images Foxconn Technology will invest more than $1.5 billion in an Indian construction project to fulfill the Apple supplier’s “operational needs,” the company announced in Taiwanese…

  • US Chip Export Ban in China: Nvidia’s A800 and H800 chips were ban

    Key Points: U.S Ban NVDA Chip Export to China so, the ban will become more stronger in the July. In September, 2 top exporting chips of artificial intelligence stop exporting to China. A800 and H100 This Chips are stop exporting to China due to the security purpose of United Nation. It Create question, will it…

  • China could face more chip restrictions in 2024, analysts say

    A Chinese flag is displayed next to a “Made in China” sign seen on a printed circuit board with semiconductor chips, in this illustration picture taken February 17, 2023.  Florence Lo | Reuters China could face more semiconductor export curbs from the likes of the U.S. and the Netherlands to contain the Asian powerhouse’s chip…

  • Apple offers iPhone 15 at rare discount in China as competition intensifies

    Apple is offering rare discounts on its iPhones in China, cutting retail prices by as much as 500 yuan ($70) amid growing competitive pressure in the world’s biggest smartphone market.The U.S. tech giant cut prices of some iPhones by 5%, its Chinese website showed on Monday. The time-limited promotion, branded as a Lunar New Year…

  • Microsoft Debates What to Do With A.I. Lab in China

    Researchers at the lab, many of whom were at the top of their field, explored technologies such as speech recognition, computer vision and natural language understanding, which are cornerstones in the development of artificial intelligence. Some of the lab’s researchers left for key positions at Chinese tech giants like Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent or helped…

  • Beijing criticises Netherlands’ move to block ASML exports to China

    China on Tuesday urged the Netherlands to “respect market principles” a day after chip machine maker ASML said the Dutch government had revoked an export licence covering the shipment of some of its equipment to China. The Veldhoven, Netherlands-based company said on Monday that the shipments affected included certain lithography systems. Elevate Your Tech Prowess…

  • Baidu Terminates $3.6B Deal to Buy JOYY’s China Live-Streaming Business

    Baidu has called off a $3.6 billion deal to buy JOYY’s video-based entertainment live-streaming business in China. As of the end of December, the closing conditions for the share purchase agreement had yet to be fully satisfied, Baidu said in a filing late Monday. Copyright ©2024 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8

  • Nvidia launches new gaming chip for China to comply with US export controls

    US chipmaker Nvidia on Thursday launched a modified version of an advanced gaming chip designed to comply with US export controls targeting China. The chip, which the company says offers a “quantum leap in performance, efficiency and artificial intelligence-driven graphics”, will be available to Chinese customers starting in January, a Nvidia spokesperson told Reuters. Elevate…

  • China softening stance on gaming after $80 billion rout, approves 105 domestic games

    The titles included those operated by Tencent Holdings Ltd. and NetEase Inc., China’s two leading game publishers that have been pummeled by Beijing’s new rules. Monday’s approvals show the Chinese authorities support the development of online gaming, an industry association said in a post on WeChat republished by the official Xinhua news agency.  Chinese officials…