Did China’s giant telescope really detect alien signals?

Tech 06/21/22, 07:21

As reported by Bloomberg, Chinese official media “Science and Technology Daily” recently presented that its telescope “Sky Eye” received some cosmic signals suspected of coming from alien civilizations. This claim has caused great concern among scientists and researchers worldwide. Some researchers refuted the claim, and the reports and posts about the discovery ...

China’s new social media rules, netizens must use real name to comment

Tech 06/21/22, 06:50

On June 17, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) released a draft for public comment so-called "Regulations on the Administration of Internet Posting and Commenting Services." The draft has 15 articles, and the main content is that users who have not authenticated their factual identity information shall not be provided with ...

Canada’s new bill protects cybersecurity from Chinese telecoms

Canada 06/18/22, 01:47

To protect the telecommunications system from cyber attacks, the Canadian federal government introduced a new bill. The bill will also ban Chinese telecom giants Huawei and ZTE from the country's 4G and 5G networks. On June 14, according to The Epoch Times, Marco Mendicino, Canada's Public Safety Minister, presented Bill C-26 ...

Chinese top AI scientist’s sudden death shocks the industry

Tech 06/18/22, 01:40

According to an obituary published on June 16 by Lu Media First Financial, Sun Jian, the head scientist of Megvii Technology, passed away unexpectedly on June 14. There was no known reason for his death, and the hospital has not released its findings. The South China Morning Post stated that Sun ...

Arms race in the Pacific: China takes one step, the U.S. takes two

Tech 06/17/22, 01:14

The Defense Post reported on May 10 that The U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)—the largest of the Navy's five system commands— unveiled its first-ever Orca Extra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (XLUUV). The image of XLUUV was introduced before the Shangri-La Dialogue security summit in Singapore, where the U.S. and China ...

Beijing’s new spying technique: Smart coffee makers

Tech 06/16/22, 23:39

According to Christopher Balding, a researcher of New Kite Data Labs, Beijing is obtaining data via smart made-in-china coffee machines. The research shows that these machines can and do collect data on users outside mainland China and store them in China. The data is collected at the operation point from software ...

Tech companies become indispensable after China’s crackdown: report

Tech 06/15/22, 03:37

According to China Finance, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) issued a research report on June 13, pointing out that Chinese tech companies are indispensable players in constructing China's "common wealth." The sustainable development and corporate social responsibility of those companies have intersected with the common wealth goal of the ...

Taiwan’s missile can reach Beijing, legislative president warns China

Tech 06/15/22, 01:04

Taiwan Legislature President has recently warned China to think twice before invading the island because its missile can strike Beijing. The Taiwan Legislature President You Si-Kun gave his missile comment in a video speech at Taiwan-US Network. In the speech, the Legislature President You Si-Kun emphasized 'self-help' as the most important ...

Chinese plane turns back just before take-off, with parts allegedly falling off

Tech 06/15/22, 00:37

A China Southern Airlines recently canceled flight not long after take-off is arousing debate among netizens. Last Thursday afternoon, China Southern Airlines flight number CZ3488 was en route from the southern city of Lijiang to the south-eastern city of Guangzhou.  The plane suddenly turned back while it was already on the runway ...