Will Trump Have An Impact On China And Israel Investments?

Following the election of Donald Trump, many are now asking if the new president will have an impact on the growing investments in technology in the U.S., China and Israel. I previously mentioned Israel’s leverages that can be towards its advantage when ... ( read original story ...)

US companies want to play China's game, they just can't win it

California's Internet companies once dreamed of liberating China with technology, thinking that the system of censorship known as the Great Firewall would inevitably crumble like the Berlin Wall, paving the way for their advance in the world's most ... ( read original story ...)

China Mobile eyes 1.75b connections by 2020

China Mobile Communications Corp, the world's largest telecom carrier by subscribers, aims to enable 1.75 billion connections by 2020, as it is working hard to put home appliances, vehicles and other items online. Shang Bing, chairman of China Mobile, said ... ( read original story ...)

China Mobile reveals 4G customer base has reached 510 million

China Mobile has won the prize for the most fourth-generation network customers in 2016. The Chinese mainland’s largest telecom service provider said that – as of last month – it had almost 510 million 4G users. That is close to a third of the world ... ( read original story ...)

Flashback: Bill Clinton Gave China Missile Technology

With all this talk of Russians allegedly interfering in U.S. elections, it is worth recalling that it wasn’t too long ago that the previous Democrat in the White House betrayed America by working hand in hand with our Communist enemies in mainland China. ( read original story ...)

Why Snapchat's owner is hiring in China

Snapchat may be banned in China, but that isn't stopping the messaging app's parent company from building a toehold in the world's most populous country. Snap Inc. says it has opened a technology office in the southern city of Shenzhen to focus on ... ( read original story ...)

The Biggest Tech Trends From China To Watch Out For In 2017

China’s technology sector dominated headlines in 2016 both in the Middle Kingdom and abroad, ranging from coverage of Uber’s merger with Chinese rival Didi Chuxing to the newly popular bike-sharing apps. Just a few years after China’s tech scene ... ( read original story ...)

China Clamps Down on Popular Online Video-Streaming Services

The new guideline is the latest effort by the media regulator to consolidate control over an explosion of new digital media content that has operated beyond the confines of China's traditional media. In recent years, a vast cottage industry of high- and ... ( read original story ...)

Snap sets up Spectacles tech office in China

Snap Inc., the Los Angeles start-up behind Snapchat and video-taking sunglasses Spectacles, has opened a small technology office in Shenzhen, China. Its nearly 20 employees are focused mostly on the development of Spectacles, Snap said. The sunglasses are ... ( read original story ...)