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  1. China is about to try a high-stakes landing on Mars Tianwen-1, China’s first mission to orbit the red planet, is set to release a rover called Zhurong on a harrowing descent to the surface. China's Mars landing platform and Zhurong rover are seen in an illustration released in 2016 by the Chinese State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense. The rover is named after the god of fire in ancient Chinese mythology, which echoes the Chinese name of the red planet, Huoxing, meaning the planet of fire. ILLUSTRATION BY XINHUA VIA GETTY I
  2. China census: Data shows slowest population growth in decades COPYRIGHT GETTY IMAGES captionThe results add pressure on Beijing to boost measures for couples to have more babies China's population grew at its slowest pace in decades, according to government data released on Tuesday. The average annual growth rate was 0.53% over the past 10 years, down from a rate of 0.57% between 2000 and 2010 - bringing the population to 1.41bn. The results add pressure on Beijing to boost measures for couple
  3. NASA criticizes China's handling of rocket re-entry as debris lands near Maldives New York (CNN Business)NASA has lambasted China for its failure to "meet responsible standards" after debris from its out-of-control rocket likely plunged into the Indian Ocean Saturday night. "Spacefaring nations must minimize the risks to people and property on Earth of re-entries of space objects and maximize transparency regarding those operations," said NASA Administrator Sen. Bill Nelson in a statement released on the space agency's website Sunday. "China is failing to meet respons
  4. China's emissions now exceed all the developed world's combined Emissions , Bloomberg News China now accounts for more greenhouse gas emissions than all of the world’s developed nations combined, according to new research from Rhodium Group. China’s emissions of six heat-trapping gases, including carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide, rose to 14.09 billion tons of CO2 equivalent in 2019, edging out the total of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development members by about 30 million tons, according to the New York-based climat
  5. China's first 7nm GPGPU is ready to go against AMD and Nvidia Not for consumers, but definitely impressive on paper In brief: Tianshu Zhixin Semiconductor, a fabless joint venture between Via Technologies and the Shanghai municipal government, has revealed what appears to be China's first 7nm GPGPU, a gargantuan chip that's supposed to compete with the likes of Nvidia A100 and AMD MI100 in the data center. China is on a quest for "technological self-sufficiency," and the trade war with the US has only accelerated that process. China is capable of cover
  6. Vaccine passports to travel freely are still a dream—except in China After being cooped up for a year, people the world over are daring to dream about traveling internationally again. They see newly distributed COVID-19 vaccines as their long-awaited tickets to freedom, with the power to unlock closed borders and bypass soul-crushing hotel quarantines. Freddy Chua, a Singaporean financier living in Hong Kong, told Fortune in February that the prospect of returning home motivated him to get vaccinated on the first day of Hong Kong’s vaccine campaign. “[My wife and I] hope that
  7. China’s Lunar New Year plan shows what living with Covid really means Swift local lockdowns, mass testing, and people being confined to residential compounds until there are no locally transmitted remain key to China’s pandemic response Kevin Frayer / Getty Images One year ago, things in China were very different. Around the time of the 2020 Lunar New Year people had already brought Covid-19 back to their families, hospitals in Wuhan were overwhelmed and doctor Li Wenliang, who tried to warn his the world of the virus, had passed away. This year, China’s cent
  8. PS5 is officially launching in China in Q2 The PlayStation 5 will officially be sold in China before the second half of the year. Sony’s Chinese arm has announced that the PS5 will be made available in the country at some point in the second quarter (March-June). The news was revealed in a Chinese New Year greetings video. As pointed out by Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad, Sony actually got hardware approvals back in December, for both the standard PS5 as well as the Digital Edition. Sony is currently working on getting software approvals
  9. Chinese autonomous driving firm WeRide to expand services, as sector eyes commercialisation ‘All we have achieved is aimed at covering urban centre areas one day’: CEO Company has expanded its road tests to Guangzhou’s commercial and business districts WeRide’s CEO said there was a ‘high probability’ that it would conduct an initial public offering, but did not elaborate further. Photo: Handout Chinese autonomous driving start-up WeRide said on Wednesday that it aims to expand its
  10. China Steals Personal Data of 80% of US Adults The Chinese government may have stolen personal data from 80% of adults in the United States, according to a 60 Minutes report that aired yesterday on American television and radio network CBS. In the report, former director of the US National Counterintelligence and Security Center, Bill Evanina, warned that the PRC is actively working to gather and exploit Americans' DNA and other health information. Evanina described how Chinese company BGI Group had approached six different states with offers t
  11. Revealed: Massive Chinese Police Database - Millions of Leaked Police Files Detail Suffocating Surveillance of China’s Uyghur Minority A police officer stands guard as Muslims arrive for the Eid al-Fitr morning prayer at the Id Kah Mosque in Kashgar, a city in western China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, on June 26, 2017. Photo: Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images THE ORDER CAME through a police automation system in Ürümqi, the largest city in China’s northwest Xinjiang region. The system had distributed a report — an “intelligence information judgment,” as loc
  12. China starts using anal swabs to test 'high-risk' people for Covid Method can increase detection rate among infected people, senior Beijing doctor tells state TV Commuters in Beijing on Wednesday. Officials reportedly took anal swabs from residents of areas with confirmed Covid cases in the capital last week. Photograph: Mark Schiefelbein/AP China has begun using anal swabs to test those it considers to be at high risk of contracting Covid-19, state TV has reported. Officials took anal swabs from residents of neighbourhoods with confirmed
  13. China to allow driverless car tests on highways, putting it in the same lane as US, Germany and UK The draft, which is open to public feedback, is expected to be implemented soon if there are no strong objections from the general public MIIT says it is allowing driverless testing on highways because there is strong demand and the technology is improving This photo taken on July 22, 2020 shows a driver (L) in a Didi Chuxing autonomous taxi preparing for a pilot test drive on the streets in Shanghai. Photo: AFP China ha
  14. (Reuters) - China unveiled draft guidelines on Tuesday seeking to limit the scope of mobile apps’ collection of personal data in the latest attempt to curb the sprawling technology sector. The set of draft rules published by the Cyberspace Administration of China covers 38 types of apps from online shopping and instant messaging to ride-hailing and bike sharing. China has increased scrutiny of its technology sector in recent weeks, last month drafting anti-monopoly rules for tech firms. It has also expressed concerns about data protection and co
  15. GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization’s top emergency expert said on Friday it would be “highly speculative” for the WHO to say the coronavirus did not emerge in China, where it was first identified in a food market in December last year. China is pushing a narrative via state media that the virus existed abroad before it was discovered in the central city of Wuhan, citing the presence of coronavirus on imported frozen food packaging and scientific papers claiming it had been circulating in Europe last year. “I think it’s highly speculative for u
  16. Data collection issue identified in Baidu Maps and Baidu Search Box apps, both removed from the Play Store in October 2020. Two Android applications belonging to Chinese tech giant Baidu have been removed from the official Google Play Store at the end of October after they've been caught collecting sensitive user details. The two apps —Baidu Maps and Baidu Search Box— were removed after Google received a report from US cyber-security firm Palo Alto Networks. Both apps had more than 6 million downloads combined before being removed. According to
  17. If all goes as planned China's ambitious Chang'e 5 lunar sample return mission kicks off tonight with a launch from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Hainan province. The launch window opens at 20:00 UTC and follows the country's successful Chang'e 4 mission, which saw a soft landing on the far side of the Moon and the Yutu-2 trundlebot make its way across the lunar surface. While Yutu-2 may still be on the Moon, the plan for Chang'e 5 is to land and collect approximately 2kg of samples which will be returned to Earth via an ascent module. It
  18. As Beijing brings in another that regulates internet infomercials and stops teens buying their tat Imagine if Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Google supremo Sundar Pichai or Like-seeker-in-chief Mark Zuckerberg gave a major speech that heartily endorsed new government regulations - even though they make business harder - and argued they’re necessary, timely, and just. Take whatever picture just formed in your mind and transpose it to the Chinese city of Wuzhen and re-imagine the speaker as Daniel Zhang, chairman and chief executive of e-commerce leader Alibaba Group
  19. Winning hacker team pockets $744,500 at the Tianfu Cup, China's top hacking contest. Many of today's top software programs have been hacked using new and never-before-seen exploits at this year's edition of the Tianfu Cup — China's largest and most prestigious hacking competition. Held in the city of Chengdu, in central China, the third edition of the Tianfu Cup ended earlier today. "Many mature and hard targets have been pwned on this year's contest," organizers said today. Successful exploits were confirmed against: iOS 14 running on a
  20. (Reuters) - Apple Inc’s announcement Thursday that iPhone sales were weaker than expected sent shares down 4% even as the tech company’s revenue and profit did better than Wall Street expected thanks to booming Mac and AirPods sales. FILE PHOTO: A customer has his temperature taken while in line outside an Apple Store to pick up Apple's new 5G iPhone 12, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. October 23, 2020. Investors expected lower revenue from the Cupertino, California company’s bestselling product after delays lef
  21. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge in San Francisco on Friday rejected a Justice Department request to reverse a decision that allowed Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google to continue to offer Chinese-owned WeChat for download in U.S. app stores. U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler said the government’s new evidence did not change her opinion about the Tencent app. As it has with Chinese video app TikTok, the Justice Department has argued WeChat threatens national security. WeChat has an average of 19 million daily active users in the United States. It is popul
  22. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Apple’s iPhone 12 launch drew mixed reactions in mainland China on Wednesday, with fans cheering a 5G model for their favourite brand while others planned to wait for upcoming devices from local rivals like Huawei Technologies. The much-anticipated Apple launch comes in the wake of Chinese Android-platform brands such as Huawei and Xiaomi Corp having already rolled out higher-end 5G devices compatible with China’s upgraded telecoms networks, with the U.S. giant seen by some analysts to be late to the party. In its second-largest market
  23. Just a few months ago, Huawei defied the blacklist odds and outsold rival Samsung for global smartphone shipments—initially for April and then for the entire second quarter. Huawei had finally achieved its ambition to reach that coveted world number one slot. But what a difference those last few months have made. The news this week that Samsung’s third-quarter profits are likely 58% up on last year, that smartphone sales have surged as markets have recovered, means that the Korean giant is likely to retake that top-spot from its Chinese rival. The two were neck and nec
  24. BEIJING/SINGAPORE/SHENZHEN, China (Reuters) - China is preparing to launch an antitrust probe into Alphabet Inc's GOOGL.O Google, looking into allegations it has leveraged the dominance of its Android mobile operating system to stifle competition, two people familiar with the matter said. The case was proposed by telecommunications equipment giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd last year and has been submitted by the country’s top market regulator to the State Council’s antitrust committee for review, they added. A decision on whether to proceed with a formal i
  25. The Commerce Department reportedly says that US companies exporting gear to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation must first get a license to do so. The Beijing branch of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation. US wariness of Chinese tech firms was underlined again Friday, when the Commerce Department sent a letter to companies in the states reportedly telling them they must get a license before exporting certain goods to China's largest chipmaker, because of concerns about military use of technology. The Commerce
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