Intel might move production of Optane to Fab 68 in China once its deal with Micron wraps up for good. But recent trade issues could hamper such plans.

After months of discussions with the Chinese government, developer Tencent has replaced PUBG with a government-approved alternative. Now, that game has raked in $14 million in its first three days of operation.

Significant tariffs will go into effect at 12:01 AM Friday morning, and the markets have been jittery about the issue all week. So what happens next?

Server manufacturer Super Micro has been on the defensive since last year when a bombshell report from Bloomberg claimed the company’s hardware had been compromised by Chinese spies. While those charges remain unsubstantiated, the company has announced that it will move production out of China to assuage concerns from its customers.

Google’s AI council was supposed to help the company navigate treacherous waters. Instead, it’s already falling apart.

Samsung issued its first-ever profit warning. Weak economic indicators, the ongoing US trade war with China, and the collapse of memory sales have collectively hit the company hard.

Microsoft has ported DX12 to World of Warcraft. Hell may not have frozen over, but it’s got to be sleeting.

GlobalFoundries refutes rumors that it’s up for sale, and hosts the crown prince of Abu Dhabi.

The goal of the experiment is to provide feedback and gather insight on how the Russian national intranet would perform if severed from the main internet backbone.

President Trump may sign an executive order banning telecommunications equipment from Huawei and ZTE, just ahead of Mobile World Congress.