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Hit by the Trump administration's ban on Huawei, Intel's Deputy General Counsel speaks out about why an outright ban may not be the best approach.Hit by the Trump administration's ban on Huawei, Intel's Deputy General Counsel speaks out about why an outright ban may not be the best approach.

Intel exec: Why Trump's ban on Huawei is wrong

The US has found itself without a telecommunications hardware champion that can compete with major 5G players such as China’s Huawei Technologies, Finland’s Nokia and Sweden’s Ericsson.The US has found itself without a telecommunications hardware champion that can compete with major 5G players such as China’s Huawei Technologies, Finland’s Nokia and Sweden’s Ericsson.

U.S. officials have levelled 23 criminal charges against Huawei Technologies and its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou. Here's what's in the indictments.U.S. officials have levelled 23 criminal charges against Huawei Technologies and its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou. Here's what's in the indictments.

U.S. hits Huawei and CFO Meng with 23 criminal charges. Here’s what you need to know | Globalnews.ca

“"Trump’s decision to clip Huawei’s wings was not made lightly," argues @reihan. "To many in China, however, Trump’s blacklisting of Huawei looks rather a lot like a frontal assault on one of their country’s foremost national champions." https://t.co/s7RCGa4IQ5”

Jonathan Swan on Twitter: ""Trump’s decision to clip Huawei’s wings was not made lightly," argues @reihan. "To many in China, however, Trump’s blacklisting of Huawei looks rather a lot like a frontal assault on one of their country’s foremost national champions." https://t.co/s7RCGa4IQ5"

“The sort of comment that tech cold warriors in Washington must hate | “I do see it as a threat,” Trump said of Huawei. “At the same time, it could be very well that we do something with respect to Huawei as part of our trade negotiation with China.””

James Pethokoukis on Twitter: "The sort of comment that tech cold warriors in Washington must hate | “I do see it as a threat,” Trump said of Huawei. “At the same time, it could be very well that we do something with respect to Huawei as part of our trade negotiation with China.”"

“Highlights from Trump's CNBC interview: 1) Will impose tariffs on China if Xi doesn't meet @ G20 2) Facebook might be a monopoly 3) Huawei is bargaining chip in China talks 4) Secret part of Mexico deal must be voted on in Mexico City https://t.co/yecZflBsM4”

Damian Paletta on Twitter: "Highlights from Trump's CNBC interview: 1) Will impose tariffs on China if Xi doesn't meet @ G20 2) Facebook might be a monopoly 3) Huawei is bargaining chip in China talks 4) Secret part of Mexico deal must be voted on in Mexico City https://t.co/yecZflBsM4"

“This was a big wake up call for Chinese manufacturers. They will be very foolish if don't start becoming less dependent on American suppliers. @Huawei needs to continue investing into its own OS and ecosystem Donald Trump’s Huawei ban could backfire badly https://t.co/Qk4m2ErbxA”

Francisco Jeronimo on Twitter: "This was a big wake up call for Chinese manufacturers. They will be very foolish if don't start becoming less dependent on American suppliers. @Huawei needs to continue investing into its own OS and ecosystem Donald Trump’s Huawei ban could backfire badly https://t.co/Qk4m2ErbxA… https://t.co/3Yx4YNeDDs"

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A senior official from Chinese telecom giant Huawei recently admitted links to the Chinese top espionage agency during a U.K. parliamentary hearing.A senior official from Chinese telecom giant Huawei recently admitted links to the Chinese top espionage agency during a U.K. parliamentary hearing.

Huawei’s Former CEO Worked for China’s Spy Agency, Current Exec Admits

A new report suggests that Huawei is looking at its other options beyond smartphones, and could even launch its own self-driving car A new report suggests that Huawei is looking at its other options beyond smartphones, and could even launch its own self-driving car

Huawei could launch a self-driving CAR in 2021 in move away from smartphones - Mirror Online

BEIJING (WASHINGTON POST) - Chinese netizens posting to the social-media site Weibo this week threw their support behind an unlikely Internet sensation: a bespectacled British Huawei executive who defended the Chinese telecom giant before Britain's Parliament.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -BEIJING (WASHINGTON POST) - Chinese netizens posting to the social-media site Weibo this week threw their support behind an unlikely Internet sensation: a bespectacled British Huawei

British Huawei executive becomes unlikely social media star as Chinese rally to tech giant's defence, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Huawei has become the major sufferer between the US-China trade war. The company smartphone sales have been affected by 50% in the last few weeks. Multiple carrier networks across different countries have postponed sales of the newly launched Huawei devices. Most of the US companies, including Google, Qualcomm, Intel, and others have cut ties with …

Why the Asian countries disregard the US ban on Huawei? - Gizmochina

Chinese netizens posting to the social-media site Weibo this week threw their support behind an unlikely internet sensation: a bespectacled British Huawei executive who defended the Chinese telecom giant before Britain's parliament.Chinese netizens posting to the social-media site Weibo this week threw their support behind an unlikely internet sensation: a bespectacled British Huawei executive who defended the Chinese telecom giant before Britain's parliament.

John Suffolk, Huawei Executive Becomes Unlikely Social Media Star

China's state media today claimed the U.S. had been monitoring the entire world to keep its global dominance. Washington previously accused Chinese tech firm Huawei of spying for Beijing.China's state media today claimed the U.S. had been monitoring the entire world to keep its global dominance. Washington previously accused Chinese tech firm Huawei of spying for Beijing.

'The US is spying on everyone!' China accuses Washington of conducting worldwide cyber espionage | Daily Mail Online

The Dow sputtered toward a dreadful loss while a concerning report revealed just how severely the trade war has already hurt key DJIA stocks like Boeing.The Dow sputtered toward a dreadful loss while a concerning report revealed just how severely the trade war has already hurt key DJIA stocks like Boeing.

Dow Sputters as Trade War Butchers Key Stocks Apple & Boeing

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One of the world’s largest telecom companies, Huawei, may launch self-driving vehicles as early as 2021 together with partners in China and beyond, a Huawei representative has revealed to the Financial Times (FT).One of the world’s largest telecom companies, Huawei, may launch self-driving vehicles as early as 2021 together with partners in China and beyond, a Huawei representative has revealed to the Financial Times (FT).

Huawei teams up with automakers to launch self-driving cars – report — RT Business News

Global technology companies are cutting ties with China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd after the U.S. government put the world's largest telecom equipment maker on a trade blacklist, citing national security concerns.Global technology companies are cutting ties with China's Huawei Technologi...

Factbox: Global tech companies shun Huawei after U.S. ban - Reuters

Chinese telecoms firms Huawei says it will launch self-driving cars as early as 2021 in partnership with several European, Japanese and Chinese car manufacturers.Chinese telecoms firms Huawei says it will launch self-driving cars as early as 2021 in partnership with several European, Japanese and Chinese car manufacturers.

Huawei working with European carmakers to launch self-driving technology in two years