SHANGHAI -- China's hope for competing with such leading global chipmakers as Samsung Electronics and Micron Technology said production of advanced memory chips remains on track despite a trade war with the U.S. that has hurt its peers.
Electronics industry powerhouse Avnet has announced a partnership with cryptocurrency payments processor BitPay to accept Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash payments.
A pensioner who broke weapons of mass destruction (WMD) controls by trafficking military parts to Iran to illegally earn more than £5million has had cash seized by the Government.
Component shortages have plagued original electronic manufacturers (OEMs) and contract manufacturers (CMs) for many months. Worse, those shortages are driving supply chain pros to look for new sources, which may open a back door to counterfeit parts trickling into the supply chain.
An internal U.S. Navy review concluded that the service and its various industry partners are "under cyber siege" from Chinese hackers who are building Beijing's military capabilities while eroding the U.S.'s advantage, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
DETROIT – In an effort to mitigate vulnerabilities within the commerce stream that threaten the nation’s consumers and to protect national security, Homeland Security officials recently launched its Global Trade Task Force (GTTF)...
Citrix is best-known for software that runs behind the scenes, but a massive data breach is putting the company front and center.
You've heard the term "military grade" tossed around when it comes to electronics, but what does it actually mean?
The tongue-in-cheek phrase "good enough for government work" has always been disingenuous — but it's also flat-out inaccurate.
Long-term trends in the technology segment are often the result of structural change. One such change in the semiconductor space was the shift to outsourcing specialized functions, including technology development in the form of intellectual property, chip design, fabrication, and packaging and test.
Chinese hackers tried to steal military technology from Duke University and at least 26 other universities, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
The newspaper’s account comes from a report by Accenture Security’s iDefense unit, which focuses on cybersecurity intelligence.