• THE TECH COLD WAR: Everything that's happened in the new China-US tech conflict involving Google, Huawei, Apple, and Trump

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    From tariffs and levies to the Huawei ban, the global tech industry is at the center of an escalating cold war between the US and China.
    This clash affects giant tech companies with global supply chains, like Apple, Intel and Qualcomm. And Chinese tech giants like Huawei that want to do business with US companies.
    Among the causes for the standoff are accusations of unfair trade practices, economic espionage and military links. It's involved everyone from government officials and tech execs to ordinary consumers.
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  • Trump's Huawei ban could hurt chip makers like Intel and Qualcomm, but this analyst thinks the processor industry has bigger things to worry about

    Trump's Huawei ban could hurt chip makers like Intel and Qualcomm, but this analyst thinks the processor industry has bigger things to worry about

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The Trump Administration ban on Huawei is expected to hit chipmakers whose shares slipped after the blacklist was announced.
    But an analyst says the tech cold war is just one problem confronting the chip industry, which is also reeling from weak demand in the data center market.
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    Stocks in the processing chip companies retreated after the Trump Administration blacklisted Huawei last week, reflecting fears that they'll be hard-hit in the brewing tech Cold War between the United States and China.
    But one analyst says that if anything, the...
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  • Microsoft hasn't said a word so far about Huawei's ban in the US, but it removed Huawei laptops from its stores

    Microsoft hasn't said a word so far about Huawei's ban in the US, but it removed Huawei laptops from its stores

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Huawei's MateBook laptops were removed from Microsoft online store last weekend.
    Microsoft hasn't made any sort of official comment, but it's likely a response to the US government's ban on Huawei from doing business with US companies unless they receive government permission.
    Huawei's laptops all run on the Microsoft Windows operating system. Without Windows, Huawei laptops would be worthless, as they wouldn't have any of the apps that consumers want.
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    Microsoft removed Huawei laptops from the Microsoft online store last weekend in a...
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