Huawei Sees Cloud Success Wooing Government Buyers

Huawei is seeing early success with its pivot to cloud computing, despite concerns about the potential security threat it poses.

UK Probing NVIDIA/Arm Deal Over National Security Concerns

The UK is probing NVIDIA’s purchase of Arm Holding, citing concerns over national security.

FCC Banning Three Chinese Wireless Carriers

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is taking action to ban three Chinese wireless carriers: China Unicom, Pacific Networks and ComNet.

Biden Administration Tightens the Screws on Huawei

Any hopes Huawei had of the Biden administration easing up on restrictions were dashed, as the new administration is doubling down.

TikTok Settles Privacy Suit For $92 Million

TikTok has agreed to pay $92 million to settle a lawsuit in the US over its privacy practices.

Huawei Will Cut Smartphone Shipments by More Than 60% in 2021

Huawei has informed suppliers that it will cut smartphone shipments by at least 60% in 2021.

Biden Administration Reviewing WeChat Ban

The Biden administration is reviewing an attempted ban of WeChat, amid a broader review of the previous administration’s actions against Chinese platforms.

Oracle’s TikTok Purchase On Hold Indefinitely

Oracle’s bid to purchase TikTok, in conjunction with Walmart, is on hold indefinitely as a result of the change in administration.

Xiaomi Sues US Government In Effort to Overturn Ban

Xiaomi is suing the US Treasury Department and the Department of Defense in an effort to overturn a Trump administration ban.

On His Way Out, Ajit Pai Warns of China’s Threats to Telecoms

Ajit Pai has stepped down as Federal Communications Commission Chairman, but he had some parting words of warning regarding China.