The Epoch Times, Frank Fang
At the heart of the modern economy is the semi-conductor, and the United States is the world’s leader in producing the tiny microchips. Now China is seeking by fair means and foul to challenge America’s preeminence.
National Geographic, Stephen Leahy
Imagine a 176-pound (80 kilogram) pile of discarded products with a battery or plug in your living room. That’s how much e-waste the average American household of four throws out every year.
EBN, Tam Harbert
Suppliers on defense contracts are worried about how they will meet a
new cybersecurity regulation that goes into effect at the beginning of
U.S. Tech, David Bernard
components are now a real concern in electronics assembly, not just for
expensive items but more and more for lower-costing components. Many
involved in PCB assembly will admit to having received counterfeit components in the past, and/or know someone who has.