The United States has formally declared telecom giants Huawei and ZTE "national security threats".
No one wants to buy second hand technology companies
The US technology industry saw a drop of 29.7 percent in deal activity in April 2020.
You will be tracked
The fruity cargo cult Apple is incandescent with rage after looters dared to take their overpriced trinkets from Apple stores.
US dependence is too risky
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo is increasing its its efforts to develop its own smartphone CPUs believing that US gear is too risky to have in your supply chain.
Because the last time it surrendered to the US, things worked out so well
The National Cyber Security Agency in the UK is expected to conclude that US sanctions against Huawei will make it impossible to use the Chinese company's technology as planned for 5G networks.
Trump needs to explain what he promised
The US Democrats are smelling a rat after TSMC announced plans to build a US-based $12 billion plant on the same day that it kicked one of its best customers, Huawei, in the supply chain.
Concern about motivations of US tech companies
A campaign group has written to UK health secretary Matt Hancock calling for greater openness in the government’s embrace of private-sector tech companies contracted to provide a data store and dashboards as part of the NHS response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
But customers must wear masks while they are robbed
Apple has said that it will also open 25 stores in the US this week but fanboys who show up with their heavy weapons in a show of solidarity for its anti-lock down policy will have to wear masks and have their temperature taken.
Under a law to protect kids from paedophiles
The US government is trying to sneak a law banning encryption under a law to protect kids from paedophiles.