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Trump’s decision on Huawei is not a general amnesty

US President Donald Trump's decision to allow Chinese telecom giant Huawei to buy US products is not a "general amnesty," White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Sunday. The decision came as a part of a truce with Chinese...

After US embargo on Huawei .. List of companies abandoned the technology giant

Number of international technology companies cut ties with China's Huawei after the United States government placed the world's largest telecommunications equipment maker on blacklist, citing concerns about national security. The United States effectively prevented its companies from dealing with...

Qualcomm is seeking to develop first laptop supporting 5G networks

Qualcomm of America has worked with Lenovo to develop the first laptop to support fifth generation 5G communications networks based on Snappardragon processors. The new technology, supported by the fifth-generation communications networks, codenamed "Unlimited Project", will be the world's first...

After Google, Qualcomm and Intel reportedly cut ties with Huawei, following the ban

The situation of Huawei becomes increasingly difficult after the Trump government has included the Chinese telephony giant in the commercial blacklist. The decision effectively prevents any US company from doing business with Huawei and the first serious consequences are already...

World Trade Court to ban iPhone 7, 7 Plus .. Find out why

A judge of the World Trade Court (WTO) on one of the patent infringement cases filed by Qualcomm against Apple last week presented his recommendations, which included a temporary ban on the iPhone model involved in a patent infringement...

Apple to pay Qualcomm $31 million for violating three patents

The US court has ordered Apple to pay $ 31 million to Qualcomm for damages caused by its infringement of three patents on iPhone, as part of Apple and Qualcomm's dispute over the first patent infringement. The case filed by...

Apple counters iPhone lock-up order: four major suppliers claim Qualcomm $9 billion

Qualcomm sought the Fuzhou court to seek a ban on the iPhone, which completely disrupted Apple's rhythm. For Qualcomm, it was to disrupt the pace of Apple and force them to return to the negotiating table. According to the requirements...

Qualcomm is pressing: iPhone orders will be transferred to Heshuo under the ban

In order to force Apple to return to the negotiating table, Qualcomm submitted an application for a ban on iPhone to the domestic court. Subsequently, the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court issued a court order prohibiting the sale of iPhone...

7 iPhones are banned in China!: Except for iPhones produced by Pegatron and some Compal

In response to the iPhone sales ban decision made by the Intermediate People's Court of Fuzhou, China, Apple issued a statement responding that it respects the Fuzhou court and its ruling, and will release an iPhone software update next week...
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British PM criticized with letter to EU backstop regulation

The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in a letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk, he has again attempted...
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Trump calls on Apple to leave China

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday urged Apple to leave China. Trump said during a meeting with Romanian President Klaus Johannis that if he had...

Renewable energy can bring billions of dollars in Midwest and Great Lakes region

Applying current renewable energy standards, ten states in the Midwest and the Great Lakes region of the United States can achieve $ 4.7 billion...

Pompeo: America will intervene if Iranian tanker supply oil to Syria

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday that the United States will take all possible measures to prevent an Iranian tanker from...

German police freezes explosives seller website

German police has shut down explosives seller website. Around 1,000 police officers raided Tuesday in Germany, Lithuania and Croatia as part of a cybercrime...