Huawei and Apple would be the only smartphone leaders if it wasn’t banned
Without the U.S. ban, only Apple and Huawei would be the top two smartphone market leaders.
Huawei CEO of Smart device and Consumer Business, Yu Chengdong, said that Apple and Huawei both deserved to be the actual leaders in the smartphone market as a consequence of their combined efforts.
Ac... Read more
Tesla is being investigated for two new fatal crashes
The Tesla cars' fatal crashes made the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration(NHTSA) investigate Tesla.
Recently, Tesla has been under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for two recent fatal crashes of Tesla cars.
The first car crash happened recently ... Read more
Broadcom in antitrust scrutiny chair again
Broadcom is under scrutiny by the United States Federal Trade Commission due to the allegations by customers that they force exclusive deals.
Broadcom, an American manufacturer, developer, designer, and worldwide supplier of a range of infrastructure and semiconductor software products, is yet a... Read more
NTT gains Macquarie Asset Management as a data center investor
Macquarie and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) are set to enter a strategic real-estate partnership for data processing centers across Europe and the US.
One of the world’s biggest infrastructure asset managers, Macquarie has entered a partnership with NTT – a Japanese telecommunications... Read more
U.S. Senator proposes rules to break up big tech companies
The American Senator Elizabeth Warren has proposed new rules for the tech industry, which would require major players like Google to split off important parts of their companies. That's what Silicon Angle reports.
According to the proposed rules, tech companies that manage online platforms as app s... Read more
Huawei is suing U.S. government
The Chinese telecom giant Huawei is suing the American government. This is in response to the product ban imposed by the United States. Huawei filed the complaint with the court in the state of Texas.
In August 2018, the United States introduced a law prohibiting the use of certain Huawei network pr... Read more
U.S. brings lawsuits against Huawei
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed several lawsuits against Huawei and top woman Meng Wanzhou. The company is accused of fraud, but according to the Chinese authorities, the charges are unfair and also immoral. Nevertheless, the United States is increasing the pressure on the Chinese tech comp... Read more
U.S. government network infected with malware after employee visited 9,000 porn sites
A government employee has been blamed for infecting the computer network of the American Geological Survey with malware. This is because the employee is said to have visited no less than 9,000 porn sites via his USGS laptop. Part of it was hosted in Russia.
The employee not only visited numerous por... Read more
“Chinese and Russian spies eavesdropping on American President Donald Trump.
Chinese and Russian spies are listening to American President Donald Trump's phone calls. The chief executive owns three iPhones, two from the government and a personal one, which he would use very regularly to call friends, business partners and acquaintances. That's why he's vulnerable, according ... Read more
Also AWS and Super Micro want Bloomberg to rectify story about Chinese spy chips
After Apple's Tim Cook asked Bloomberg yesterday to withdraw his story about Chinese espionage chips, now the CEOs of Amazon Web Services and server manufacturer Super Micro are also doing so. Earlier Bloomberg stated that Chinese microchips had compromised the computer networks of as many as thirty... Read more