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.
Will get China to pay for it
The Trump administration unveiled its $4.8 trillion budget proposal which, among other things, includes plans to increase federal funding for the development of AI and quantum computing.
Where there's a will, there's Huawei
The prime minister of the United Kingdom, Dominic Cummings Boris Johnson will give Chinese firm Huawei a limited licence to sell its kit in the country.
Which has been running for nearly seven years
There are few times that we feel sorry for Apple’s spiritual and temporal head Tim Cook, but yesterday, where he had to give US President Donald Trump a tour of his Texas factory, was one of them.
A bipartisan panel of US senators yesterday called for sweeping action by Congress, the White House and Silicon Valley to ensure social media sites aren't used to interfere in the coming presidential election, delivering a sobering assessment about the weaknesses that Russian operatives exploited in the 2016 campaign.
Looks like it will be paying big tariffs
Apple was denied relief for tariffs on five Chinese-made components for the upcoming Mac Pro computer, even after the company announced it was keeping some assembly operations in the US.