News & Reviews: US Government
Last Updated: Oct 27, 2020
While Huawei was able to reveal the latest Mate 40 series, the company's relationship with the US government isn't getting any better which is unfortunate. To make things even worst, several affiliated companies that are associated with Huawei were also barred or withdrawn from doing business.
Japan key tech players including Sony, Toshiba and others have stopped supplying tech components to HuaweiLast Updated: Sep 22, 2020
Huawei just can't seem to catch a break these days. First, it was the US government disallowing their devices to feature Google Mobile Services, then banning their affiliated companies and partners to receive tech components. Now, it's Sony's turn to suspend their camera supplies to Huawei.
Last Updated: Sep 21, 2020
Previously, ByteDance had rejected Microsoft's offer in acquiring the company and we wondered what could happen next. Well, turns out that we got our answer sooner than we thought as it has been confirmed that TikTok is indeed working with Oracle and Walmart as well.
Last Updated: Sep 17, 2020
As many of you already know, the US government is not in good terms with Huawei and more countries also stepping away from the Chinese tech company. Back in early August, the US government had banned 38 Huawei affiliated companies and now it seems that some Chinese companies have stopped doing business with them.
Last Updated: Aug 19, 2020
As if it wasn't hit hard enough, the US decided to impose new sanctions to tighten restrictions on Huawei. The US government has placed new sanctions that restrict the sales of any semiconductor chip with US technology to Huawei. This will affect companies that supply Huawei with mobile chips.
Last Updated: Aug 18, 2020
As most of you already know, the tension between Huawei and the US Government is far from over. Huawei may not be able to access into Google Mobile Services but according to the US Department of Commerce, the company have "went around the backdoor" by getting some tech components from the USA via third-party companies. With this, the US Bureau of Industry and Security will be banning the 38 companies that are affiliated with them.
Last Updated: Aug 01, 2020
It seems that TikTok's USA woes are not about to end yet. The app was built by Chinese company ByteDance and the US government doesn't like that, citing it as a national security risk. US President Donald Trump said that the app may be banned, but is also considering alternatives for it.
Last Updated: Jul 07, 2020
TikTok just can't seem to catch a break, from May until now, the app has gotten into a lot of trouble particularly with the India government. In case you missed it, the app actually got banned there due to security reasons and the United States is also considering the ban.
Last Updated: Jan 15, 2020
From all the YouTube ads promoting how secure are Apple’s devices (nope, not skippable), we might already get the idea that the company values privacy very much. However, what we don’t know is the tech giant actually does not have the ability to access data that is being encrypted on an iPhone. From there, they have dissapointed the President of the United States, Donald Trump, as Apple refused to decrypt the data from criminals’ iPhones to assist the government.