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Chinese Supercomputer Poised to Take No. 1 Ranking

A new supercomputer based in Changsha is likely to be ranked the world's fastest later this month, reclaiming a crown briefly held by China's Tianhe-1A in 2010. The new system has exceeded 30 petaflops (quadrillion calculations...

Lenovo Looks Ahead From Atop PC World

The Economist details the rise of Chinese computer giant Lenovo, from its humble start in a guard shack to the growing pains that followed its 2005 acquisition of IBM's corporate PC division: Given all this, its recent success...

The Argument For Chinese Innovation

The New York Times' Thomas Friedman checks in from "AliFest" in Hangzhou, an annual gathering of Chinese entrepreneurs sponsored by Chinese e-commerce site Alibaba.com, and discusses how China may be changing the global...

Facebook, China and Innovation

As Facebook made its stock market debut on Friday morning, and with observers wondering if and when the company will attempt to enter the China market, The New Yorker's Evan Osnos stepped back from the flurry of Chinese state...

One Click Forward, Two Back

Caixin has a pessimistic assessment of China's Internet industry, which it says is in a "state of chaos": In the coming three to five years, three trends will determine the direction of innovation on the Internet. The first is...

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