CamCard, A Card-Scanning App That's Dominating Asian Markets, Reaches 50M Users
While there's a perennial debate on the West Coast about whether and when business cards might become irrelevant, they continue to be at the center of business customs in China and Japan. That's why it's natural that a Chinese company -- not an American one -- might be able to dominate this market and behavior globally.
Pentagon Ups Hacking Accusations Against China
wiredmikey writes "A new report from the Pentagon marked the most explicit statement yet from the United States that it believes China's cyber espionage is focused on the U.S. government, as well as American corporations. China kept up a steady campaign of hacking in 2012 that included attempts to target U.S. government computer networks, which could provide Beijing a better insight into America's policy deliberations and military capabilities, according to the Pentagon's annual assessment of China's military. 'China is using its computer network exploitation capability to support intelligence collection against the U.S. diplomatic, economic, and defense industrial base sectors that support U.S. national defense programs,' said the report to Congress (PDF). The digital espionage was part of a broader industrial espionage effort that seeks to secure military-related U.S. and Western technology, allowing Beijing to scale back its reliance on foreign arms manufacturers, the report said. One ...
North Korea Sentences American to 15 Years of Hard Labor
Kenneth Bae, who ran a tour business out of China and was arrested in November, was convicted of committing hostile acts against the government.
China trade secret theft a "grave problem": U.S. trade agency
WASHINGTON - The United States is gravely concerned about the impact that Chinese theft of U.S. trade secrets is having on American companies and the economic security of the United States, the U.S. Trade Representative's office said on Wednesday.
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Prison for Businesswoman Who Flourished in China
Businesswoman Loretta Fredy Bush, a onetime American success story in China, was sentenced Monday to a month in prison for a felony U.S. tax offense.