US tech companies don't have to pay tax like other companies.
The US is investigating why nine countries, plus the European Union are daring to bring about tax systems which will force US tech companies to pay tax.
Will continue to fact check Trump
Twitter will continue to fact check Donald Trump despite the President's censorship threats.
For the crime of deleting his false and misleading posts
US President Donald “inject the bleach” Trump is about to sign an executive order to shut down social media sites which warn people about his medical advice and other fake news.
Forbids sales of foreign-made chips to the company
US president Donald “inject bleach you peasants” Trump has clamped down on the use of US technology worldwide to manufacture chips for Huawei, cutting off the outfit from vital semiconductor supply chains.
Chatting to Intel and TSMC
US President Donald “inject bleach to kill viruses” Trump is having another stab at getting the big chip makers to set up fabs in the US.
Will ban US chips
Senior officials in the Trump administration agreed to new measures to restrict the global supply of chips to China’s Huawei Technologies as punishment for “China spreading the coronavirus”.
Turns out he was right all the time
Five years after Bill Gates warned the world that it was not ready for a pandemic, the former Microsoft CEO has said “I told you so” during an hour-long TED broadcast.
Everything should belong to my golf buddies and supporters
The Trump administration urged the US Supreme Court to reject an appeal by Alphabet's Google, boosting Oracle's bid to collect more than $8 billion in royalties for Google's use of copyrighted programming code in the Android operating system.
Will lean on TSMC to get Huawei to pay for it
The Trump administration is considering changing US regulations to allow it to block shipments of chips to Huawei from companies such as Taiwan's TSMC.
But AR specs could replace the smartphone
A major concern for consumer electronics companies continues to be the impact on sales, profits, and supply chains as a result of the ongoing trade war between the US and China, according to beancounters at analyst outfit GlobalData.