Bengaluru Is the New Shenzhen as Apps Displace Devices
In the global internet economy, India’s tech industry has a leg up on China’s.
Why The Latest Cyberattack Was Different
The epic SolarWinds hack affecting thousands of government agencies and companies could mark the beginning of the end of the open internet.
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Technology Can Be the Foundation of a Renewed U.S.-French Alliance
Macron has prioritized a digital future. America can benefit.
7 Reasons Why Silicon Valley Will Have a Tough Time With the Biden Administration
The coziness between Washington and Big Tech is over.
Tech Giants Are Giving China a Vital Edge in Espionage
U.S. officials say private Chinese firms have been enlisted to process stolen data for their country’s spy agencies.
Beijing Ransacked Data as U.S. Sources Went Dark in China
As Xi consolidated power, U.S. officials struggled to read China’s new ruler.
China’s Drive to Make Semiconductor Chips Is Failing
The stunning success of U.S. efforts to hobble Huawei shows the fragility of Beijing’s highly centralized tech sector.
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Why Biden could lose the left, the peril of persuasion in the Big Tech age, and old rivals join forces in Kashmir.
The Peril of Persuasion in the Big Tech Age
Persuasion is essential to society and democracy, but we need new rules governing how companies can harness it.
How China Is Buying Up the West’s High-Tech Sector
Chinese acquisitions of Western firms are only part of the problem. Secret venture capital is handing power to Beijing under the radar.
How One Social Media App Is Beating Disinformation
Line and the Taiwanese government are working together to check facts.
Note to Biden: Forget Trade, the Real War With China Is Over Tech
Just like Trump, Biden is stuck in the last century if he believes globalization is about trade and rust-belt manufacturing jobs.
The Coronavirus Is Killing Westerners. Immigrants Are Saving Them.
Foreign-born doctors and entrepreneurs are at the forefront of fighting the pandemic and resuscitating economies, but nativist politicians still want to keep them out.
Is Big Tech Setting Africa Back?
Data colonialism is rampant on the African continent. Smart regulation can stop it.
A Divided Washington Is (Sort of) United on China
Hundreds of billions of dollars are ready to flow into U.S. tech—if both sides can agree where.
5 Questions About the Antitrust Case Against Google That You Should Not Be Afraid to Ask
Far from a game-changer, the case highlights how observers continue to get Big Tech wrong.
The U.S. Finally Has a Sputnik Moment With China
Fear of Beijing’s technological prowess is driving deep policy shifts.
Trump Turning More Countries in Europe Against Huawei
Slovakia joins other Eastern European countries signing declarations with Washington aimed at keeping China out of critical infrastructure.