China Lands Probe on the ‘Dark Side’ of the Moon

Landing heats up competition with U.S. to become the first country in half a century to land astronauts on moon. China successfully landed a probe...

US Justice Department ready to start criminal charges against Chinese government-organized hackers

Wall Street Journal reports yesterday that US Federal prosecutors are expected to unseal criminal charges as soon as next week against hackers linked to...

China confounds all that western liberals believed about the net

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Updates on China robotic industry, the hottest story in automation

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Chinese hackers targeted U.S. firms, government after trade mission: researchers

Hackers operating from an elite Chinese university probed American companies and government departments for espionage opportunities following a U.S. trade delegation visit to China...

Google shouldn’t bother with search in China, experts say — here’s why

The Intercept reported this week that Google plans to launch a censored search app as it tries to take advantage of the enormous...

China looks to bolster surveillance network with birdlike drones

CHINA likes keeping an eye on its citizens and the government is reportedly working on a new program which takes that to a whole...

China watching: Scary arms race for surveillance tech in China

CHINA’S huge level of state monitoring — both offline and online — is stoking concerns from human rights groups about the rise of a...

Inside Shanghai’s robot bank: China opens world’s first human-free branch

Xiao Long, the latest employee at the Jiujiang Road branch of the China Construction Bank is never late for work. “Welcome to China Construction Bank,” she...

Hackers in China are part of massive government group, report says

Hacks that were previously thought to be the work of unrelated groups have actually been coordinated by China since at least 2009, according to...
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