Yunfeng GENG
Position : Partner
Qualifications : ["Patent Attorney","Attorney-at-law"]
Expertise : ["Electronics","Legal Dept.","Mechanics"]
Zeliang GONG
Position :
Qualifications : ["Patent Attorney"]
Expertise : ["Chemistry"]
Huizhong GUO
Position :
Qualifications : ["Market Assistant"]
Expertise : ["Customer liaison"]
Ying GU
Position :
Qualifications : ["Patent Attorney","Attorney-at-law"]
Expertise : ["Legal Dept."]
Shasha GAO
Position :
Qualifications : ["Trademark"]
Expertise : ["Trademark"]
Lina GUO
Position :
Qualifications : ["Patent Attorney"]
Expertise : ["Electronics"]
Ying’an GU
Position :
Qualifications : ["Patent Attorney","Attorney-at-law"]
Expertise : ["Chemistry","Legal Dept."]

US firms 'more negative' about doing business in China

US companies are "more negative than they've been in a long time" about doing business in China, according to the president of the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China).[link]

ChatGPT bug leaked users' conversation histories

A ChatGPT glitch allowed some users to see the titles of other users' conversations, the artificial intelligence chatbot's boss has said.[link]

Into the ‘lion’s den’: Questions the TikTok CEO will face from Congress today over a possible ban

On Thursday, TikTok's CEO, Shou Zi Chew, will be opening a lion's mouth and placing his own head into it.[link]

Bill Gates: AI is most important tech advance in decades

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says the development of artificial intelligence (AI) is the most important technological advance in decades.[link]

Bard: Google's rival to ChatGPT launches for over-18s

Google has started rolling out its AI chatbot Bard, but it is only available to certain users and they have to be over the age of 18.[link]

Zhao Weiguo: Chinese regulator accuses chip tycoon of corruption

China's anti-fraud watchdog has accused chip tycoon Zhao Weiguo of corruption, in the latest sign of trouble faced by the country's semiconductor industry.[link]

China to import 27 new video games, including Tencent, NetEase titles

China's online gaming regulator on Monday granted licences to 27 foreign games in March, including titles to be published by Tencent Holdings (0700.HK), NetEase Inc (9999.HK) and Bilibili Inc (9626.HK) .[link]

TikTok hits 150 mln U.S. monthly users, up from 100 million in 2020

TikTok said on Monday the short-video sharing app now has 150 million monthly active users in the United States, up from 100 million it said it had in 2020.[link]

Google denies destroying 'chat' evidence in U.S. antitrust lawsuit

Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google has denied intentionally destroying evidence in the U.S. Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit over the company's search business, in a response to the government's bid for sanctions in federal court.[link]

TikTok banned from official Welsh government phones

TikTok has been banned from the work phones of Welsh government civil servants and ministers.[link]

The tech helping women manage the menopause

The tech helping women manage the menopause[link]

ChatGPT-style tech brought to Microsoft 365

The technology behind the world's most talked about artificial intelligence (AI) system, ChatGPT, is being added to its most ubiquitous work software, Microsoft 365.[link]

UK bans TikTok on government devices

LONDON, March 16 (Reuters) - British minister Oliver Dowden said on Thursday the government would ban the use of TikTok on government devices, saying there was a risk about how sensitive data could be used on certain platforms.[link]

Didi to expand services in China after regulators end probe

HONG KONG, March 16 (Reuters) - Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Global plans to expand services and offer more subsidies to passengers and drivers, it said on Thursday, looking to shore up its business in China following the end of a regulatory probe.[link]

U.S. lawmaker wants TikTok CEO to detail actions to protect kids

WASHINGTON, March 16 (Reuters) - The chair of a U.S. House of Representatives panel wants TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew to address questions next week about the popular Chinese-owned video app's efforts to protect children from inappropriate content and potential exploitation.[link]

Tiny data centre used to heat public swimming pool

The heat generated by a washing-machine-sized data centre is being used to heat a Devon public swimming pool.[link]

TikTok users shrug at China fears: 'It's hard to care'

TikTok has been banned on government networks and devices in the US, Canada and the European Union. But are the moves having any effect?[link]

Samsung to invest in South Korea mega chip-making plan

Electronics giant Samsung says it plans to invest around 300tn won ($230.8bn; £189.6bn) over 20 years in the South Korea government's push to develop a mega semiconductor hub in the country.[link]

NatWest limits cryptocurrency transfers over scam fears

NatWest is limiting the amount of money customers can transfer to cryptocurrency exchanges.[link]

US court rules Uber and Lyft workers are contractors

A US court has ruled that "gig" economy giants including Uber and Lyft can continue treating their workers as independent contractors in the state of California.[link]