According to an internal memo, Huawei's founder and CEO wants to shift the company's focus from hardware products to software and services, in an attempt to lessen the impact of U.S. sanctions.
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The analyst firm TrendForce expects Huawei to drop from third to seventh place in terms of smartphone production as restrictions placed on it by the United States really begin to be felt.
U.S. Lawmakers wrote to Intel and Nvidia inquiring them about the export of their technology that has potentially been used by China to carry out surveillance of Uyghurs in Xinjiang region.
Huawei's CFO Meng Wanzhou has been arrested in Canada at the behest of U.S. law enforcement for allegedly violating sanctions against Iran. Huawei claims that it is not aware of any wrongdoing.
While ZTE has found itself somewhat worse for wear after its recent run-in with the US Government over breached sanctions, Huawei has remained confident in its compliance with international laws.
U.S. lawmakers have written to the CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai. They expressed their concerns over the Google-Huawei partnership because of links they said Huawei has to the Chinese Communist Party.
ZTE has agreed to pay $1 billion and make personnel changes to continue operating in the U.S. The deal will also see a U.S. monitoring team join the company to ensure compliance with U.S. law.
Good news for ZTE! President Trump and President Xi are now working together to help resolve the issues surrounding phone maker after it announced that it would be ceasing operations in the U.S.
As if things weren't bad enough for Huawei, the firm is now being investigated by the Justice Department. The firm may have violated U.S. sanctions against Iran and could face severe penalties.
The Iranian government could roll out its own cryptocurrency in the future, after recent statements were issued by the country's ICT minister. Iran looks to be following in the steps of Venezuela.
Citing a need to fight against a US-imposed financial blockade, Venezuela's president has declared that the country will launch its own cryptocurrency backed by the country's natural resources.
In his final days in office, President Barack Obama has made the decision to expel Russians from the US and also close down two compounds. The action comes months after the DNC hack and other issues.
The US government has sanctioned North Korea over the Sony hacks, saying the country tried to intimidate US businesses and artists from exercising their right of freedom of speech.
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