CIA will have to wait to suck up mobile calls
The launch of America's classified NROL-44 spy satellite, was scrubbed during the final countdown after the engines failed to ignite.
Supposed to show American superiority
When Intel was selected for an Energy Department project it was supposed to flagship American tech independence and superiority over China. But it seems Intel’s delays have scuppered the effort.
Other countries hit hundreds of megabits
The US, which was formed after a French backed coup, under its supreme leader Donald "bleach cures corona virus" Trump is having a few 5G problems which are not being seen by other banana republics.
Anti-trust investigations for everyone
The US Justice Department is moving “full-tilt” on its antitrust investigation of Google and other Big Tech platforms.
Depends on Trump’s mood
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said President Donald Trump's executive orders against TikTok and WeChat could be "broader" than just those two apps.
We leave all the surrendering to the British these days
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said that France would not ban China’s Huawei from investing in the country, in contrast to Britain which has decided to purge the firm’s equipment from its 5G network by 2027.
We are going borg
The next combat aircraft to enter the US Air Force inventory will not be a manned sixth-generation fighter or even the Northrop Grumman B-21.
So it is not just a Chinese thing
Pre-installed malware has been discovered on another budget handset connected to Assurance Wireless by Virgin Mobile.
Making American phone bills grate again
American consumers pay significantly more for their mobile service than people in many other countries, reports the New York Times.
The United States has formally declared telecom giants Huawei and ZTE "national security threats".