But Huawei says US itself suffers
The US Commerce Department said that it has granted a 90 day extension of its temporary general licence which will extend until February 16th next year.
So that is the whole world then
US chief technology officer Michael Kratsios slammed countries that “open their arms” to Chinese 5G networks and artificial intelligence technologies – which is pretty much the rest of the world.
It is not just Huawei
Chinese space officials and experts were unable to attend a major international space conference in the US this week.
Panel of air safety regulators slam 737-MAX safety system
An international panel of air safety regulators slammed the review of a safety system on Boeing 737 MAX jet that was later tied to two crashes that killed 346 people.
Couldn't find anything illegal
China’s Huawei has dropped a lawsuit against the US government after Washington released telecommunications equipment it had seized on suspicion of violations of export controls.
They will pay but can deduct it later
France and the United States have reached a deal to end a standoff over a French tax on big internet companies, French President Emmanuel Macron said.
But probably not enough to do too much harm
China’s top technology, e-commerce and consumer electronic firms are set to report a sharp slowdown in revenue growth for the June quarter, according to Refinitiv data.
Fed up of high-tech shakedowns
Pornography producers and sellers account for the lion's share of copyright-infringement lawsuits in the US and judges are starting to say enough is enough.
It is another piece in the trade war
The US has accidentally confirmed that its action against Huawei is nothing to do with security, as it claimed, and it is just a piece in the trade war game.
Ironically to Germany
After revolting against their lawful king to obtain independence, US liberals are setting up Twitter accounts in Germany to avoid being hassled by neo-nazis who are abusing the rights to free speech and form militias rules which they wrote into their constitution.