Don’t even talk to them any more
Some of the world’s biggest tech companies have told their employees to stop talking about technology and technical standards with counterparts at Huawei.
Inviting Play Store developers to sign up
Huawei is inviting Google Play Store developers to publish their apps on its own AppGallery app store after Google locked Huawei out of its Android updates.
“HongMeng OS” for China market and “Oak OS”
Huawei is trying to develop its in-house operating system to take on Android and it should be ready by the end of summer, according to Chinese newspapers.
Production levels are normal
Huawei Technologies has denied that it has cut or cancelled orders to major suppliers of components for its smartphones and telecom equipment following its US blacklisting.
Bans on Huawei lifted
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has backed down on its anti-Chinese curbs.
It doesn’t matter, America apparently invents everything these days
Chinese boffins have had a gutsful of US anti-Chinese sentiment at the IEEE and have pulled out of the organisation.
Punishing someone without a trial or evidence is unconstitutional
Huawei is stepping up its fight against American bans. The tech giant has motioned for summary judgment in its lawsuit to invalidate Section 889 of the 2019 National Defense Authorisation Act, arguing that it violates the "Bill of Attainder, Due Process and Vesting" clauses of the US Constitution.
Creates a backlash from Chinese boffins
A major scientific society has banned employees of Huawei, the Chinese communications giant, from reviewing submissions to its journals because of US government sanctions against the company.
Never mind 5G
While the US is pressuring allies to help keep Huawei Technologies out of 5G cellular networks, it might have ignored the outfit’s involvement in the global market for one of the most critical components of telecom infrastructure – undersea cables.
Shall we stock up again?
The chief executive officer of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has given a clear warning about the fragility of the semiconductor supply chain, prompted by the ever fiercer rattling of sabres between the United States of America and mainland China.