Steven Schwankert

Articles by Steven Schwankert

Intel invests US$170M in China, Dalian fab on track

Despite economic troubles around the world Intel will continue investing in IT projects, including the completion of a US$2.5 billion fabrication plant.

China regulator shuts video Web sites, warns others

Closures resume aggressive policy against wildly popular video sites that walk a thin line on posting politically sensitive or erotic material

AMD co-founder Turney dies

Korean War vet started out as salesman for Fairchild Semiconductor before helping launch AMD way back in the Summer of 1969

China looks to second-tier cities for tech talent

Four of the country's lesser-known cities have large IT industries, including software developement and outsourcing firms. Intel and India's Tata Consultancy Services are among the international corporations that are taking advantage of the expertise

Bush enacts PRO-IP anti-piracy law

New law increases protection of intellectual property, raises penalties for infringement and creates a national IP "czar."

China, IBM open virtual doors to Forbidden City

Project by IBM and the Palace Museum allows online visitors to virtually tour the home of China's emperors for 500 years - as a virtual eunuch

Bush signs new anti-piracy law

National 'IP czar' created and harsher penalties implemented

Analysis: 3G in China. One country, three standards.

Despite strong government support for TD-SCDMA, telecom regulators and rival operators have found a quiet way to accommodate international 3G standards.

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