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The U.S. Is Losing a Major Front to China in the New Cold War
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The U.S. Is Losing a Major Front to China in the New Cold War

A swathe of the world is adopting China's vision for a tightly controlled internet over the unfettered American approach, a stunning ideological coup for Beijing...

Facebook and Google Aren't the Only Ones Tracking Your Clicks
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Facebook and Google Aren't the Only Ones Tracking Your Clicks

Criticism of big tech companies that track us across the internet without our informed consent misses a bigger picture: There are hundreds of ad-tracking companies...

Huawei Reveals the Real Trade War With China
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Huawei Reveals the Real Trade War With China

If you only scan the headlines, you could be forgiven for thinking that the U.S.-China trade war is mainly about tariffs.

Alphabet Chairman Struggles With Google CEO's China Strategy
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Alphabet Chairman Struggles With Google CEO's China Strategy

Alphabet Inc. Chairman John Hennessy is unsure about a banner strategy of the company's most-important executive.

The Internet Is Splitting in Two Amid U.S. Dispute With China
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The Internet Is Splitting in Two Amid U.S. Dispute With China

Western bigwigs were a no-show at China's biggest web conference. But in their absence, the local overseers of the nation's technology industry were only too happy...

Kai-Fu Lee Says U.S. Tech Companies Aren't Ready for Chinese AI
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Kai-Fu Lee Says U.S. Tech Companies Aren't Ready for Chinese AI

The chairman and chief executive officer ofSinovation Ventures says America's technology industry can't afford to underestimate the artificial intelligence companies...

China Is Overtaking the U.S. in Scientific Research
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China Is Overtaking the U.S. in Scientific Research

Thirty years ago in December, the modern exchange of scholars between the U.S. and China began.

As Moore's Law Dies, the Chip Giants Seek Fresh Prey
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As Moore's Law Dies, the Chip Giants Seek Fresh Prey

After a five-year, $240 billion acquisition spree, there's a suspicion that the nature of deal-making in the semiconductor industry may be starting to change.
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