The Brazilian government looks likely to let Huawei operate in the country's 5G network. The government's leader, Jair Bolsonaro, wanted to block the firm but he has faced resistance.
In a stint that lasted for 30 minutes, hackers swapped out the 'Coalitions' tab of President Trump's campaign website, threatening to release sensitive information in exchange for cryptocurrency.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler has denied the appeal of the government to reverse the previous allowance of WeChat to operate in the U.S. The government has appealed against Beeler's decision.
The Chinese government stated that the U.S. ban on Chinese apps is inconsistent with WTO rules and restricts cross-border trading services. It could launch an official complaint to the Geneva body.
TikTok has responded to the Trump administration's executive order issued against it earlier. The social media company now plans to take legal action against the executive order in U.S. courts.
The Trump administration has announced plans which will further penalise Chinese tech firms. It's unclear when the plans will come into effect but they are more wide-ranging than previous measures.
U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign is now running ads against TikTok on Facebook and Instagram warning people that the company is spying on users and was caught red-handed doing so.
Bill Gates has called President Trump's decision to withdraw funding from the World Health Organization "dangerous". Gates' foundation, in 2018, was the second-largest contributor to WHO.
In an interesting development, Microsoft President Brad Smith has said that Huawei is being treated unfairly by the U.S.; he believes the Chinese firm should be allowed to purchase U.S. tech freely.
One of the biggest sources of anxiety among U.S.-based tech companies in the past few weeks has been the looming threat of more tariffs on electronics. The tariffs have now been delayed.
Yesterday, US President Donald Trump stated that Huawei could now purchase products from US suppliers again. However, it has now been clarified that this doesn't apply to all goods as of yet.
As per US President Trump's statement at the G20 summit, Huawei will now be allowed to purchase from US tech companies. This news comes following the effective US ban on Huawei over a month ago.
With the Trump administration cutting regulations and funding for programs that aim to safeguard immigrants, tech giants used their seemingly endless cash piles in 2017 fighting against it.