CNBC's “Beyond the Valley” brings you all the latest from the vast, dynamic world of tech — outside the Silicon Valley.
Big Tech gets smacked by big governments
China, the United States and the European Union all want to rein in Big Tech to one degree or another, each for its own reasons.
What's next for the $45 billion games console industry
Nearly 50 years after the debut of the first games console, the industry has changed dramatically. Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo are battling it out for supremacy, with all 3 making forays into subscription models and cloud gaming.
The 'splinternet': Is the internet fracturing?
Beijing has blocked a lot of foreign content within Chinese cyberspace for years. But tensions between the U.S. and China now threaten to split the internet into separate technological systems — one Chinese, and one Western. The ramifications could shape the future of politics around the world.
China wants to rival the US in semiconductors. It won't be easy
The U.S.-China tech war has made Beijing realize it needs a strong chip industry. But catching the United States will be a stiff challenge.
Digital currencies from central banks could change money as you know it
Raghuram Rajan, former India central banker and ex-IMF chief economist, explains to "Beyond the Valley" what central bank digital currencies could look like — and what they would mean for commerce.
Sorry, China and America — Europe has a plan to take back control of its data
Caught between the tech giants of the United States and China, an initiative from Germany and France hopes to keep European data under European control. Enter Gaia X.