Asian Tech Roundup: China cracks AirDrop

Plus, Nvidia tries to get around US sanctions

Tom Allen
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Asian Tech Roundup: China cracks AirDrop

Welcome to Computing's fortnightly roundup of tech news in Asia. This time we look at China cracking AirDrop encryption, Wipro seeking personal damages from its former CFO, and the fallout of the Japanese earthquake on the chip industry.

Australia Food manufacturer Yakult Australia suffered a cyberattack in which 95 GB of data were stolen by a cybercrime group called DragonForce. Source Security researcher Jeremiah Fowler has...

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