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Can Apple make more stuff in the USA?

One of the more topical discussions in Steve Jobs' biography addresses Apple's tendency to "employ" a disproportionately large number of workers in China. And that strategy has been fodder for debates on national news networks like CNN because of stubbornly... Continue Reading →

Weibo, China’s Twitter-like service, hit by worm

Its popularity dwarfs that of Twitter, but most people have probably never heard of the Sina Weibo micro-blogging site. Weibo is huge in China, with over 140 million users merrily micro-blogging away in Mandarin and Cantonese, and following the latest... Continue Reading →

China accuses US of starting ‘internet war’

A group of Chinese academics from a military academy has accused the US government of creating a global internet war. The group doesn't refer directly to Google's claims thatthis week's attackon the Gmail accounts of US government officials originated in... Continue Reading →

Government officials, activists targeted in Gmail attack

by Chester Wisniewski on June 2, 2011 | Be the first to comment FILED UNDER: Privacy, Data loss, Featured Google has posted to their blog information about a targeted attack against the personal Gmail accounts of US government officials, political activists, military personnel and journalists. Mila from contagioblog... Continue Reading →

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