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Charles Lieber was arrested Tuesday on charges of lying to the Department of Defense about his ties to China.
As Disney prepares to build a Baby Yoda merchandise empire, unofficial products are inevitable casualties.
The biggest game company in the world is helping Nintendo break into the Chinese market, but it may be making a bold play for Nintendo’s beloved...
The world's biggest game company isn't Nintendo, and it isn't Microsoft or Sony either — it's a Chinese company named Tencent.
Qatar Airways CEO claims Singapore copied Doha airport: ‘Without having to go to anybody’s Jewel, you can sustain yourself in the jewel of my co...
"We had individuals from that country, I will not name it, who took that and did it (themselves)," he reportedly said.
Facebook no longer allows its billions of users to share links to world's most well-known piracy website, The Pirate Bay.
China steals US designs for new weapons, and it’s getting away with ‘the greatest intellectual property theft in human history’
At the National Cybersecurity Summit on Thursday, Defense Secretary Mark Esper sounded the alarm over China's growing 5G dominance.
Industry 4.0 is expected to bring US$216 billion to US$627 billion in gains for ASEAN.
Singapore is the first in the world to have a trademark registration app – and it’ll take just 10mins to file an application
The app also uses AI technology to help prevent applicants from filing for trademarks that are too similar to existing ones.
China stocks rally to a 9-month high after Beijing promises trade secret protection for foreign companies
Beijing promised to prop up its economy and protect foreign companies' technology secrets in a bid to cool trade tensions with the US.
Why is the guy who played Carlton on ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ suing the makers of ‘Fortnite’? The lawyer behind the lawsuit e...
Alfonso Ribeiro played Carlton on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," and he's suing the makers of "Fortnite" over an in-game dance move. Here's why.