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China’s Regulators May Ban Data-Heavy Companies From US IPOs

China’s regulators may look to ban data-heavy companies from pursing IPOs in the US.

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Huawei Cleared by US to Buy Chips for Automotive Business

The US has cleared the way for Huawei to purchase chips for its auto component business, giving the company a bit of a reprieve.

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Huawei Planning a Return to the ‘Smartphone Throne’

Huawei is planning a return to the “smartphone throne” after crippling sanctions had a devastating impact on the company’s business.

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TSMC Is Now Asia’s Most Valuable Company, Leapfrogging Tencent

TSMC has passed Tencent to become Asia’s most valuable company, a testament to TSMC’s ascendance and Tencent’s troubles at home.

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Honor Magic3 Sports Google Software

Honor has introduced its new flagship phone, the Magic3, and its biggest feature is Google’s software.

WeChat Restarts New User Registration

WeChat has restarted new user registration, roughly a week after it halted registrations to implement security upgrades.

Ericsson Awarded Smaller Share of 5G Network Market

Ericsson has been warning the ongoing sanctions against Huawei could impact its own business in China, and that appears to be happening.

WeChat Halts New Subscriptions

Popular chat and social media app WeChat, known as Weixin in China, has announced it is suspending new subscriptions as it deploys a security upgrade.

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US and Allies Accuse China of Being Behind Microsoft Hack

The US and its allies have accused China of exploiting a Microsoft vulnerability before it could be patched.

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Xiaomi Leapfrogs Apple to Become Number Two Smartphone Vendor

Xiaomi has become the world’s number two smartphone maker for the first time ever, dropping Apple to third place.