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Reports from government sources say that Canada's most populous province will enforce a smartphone use ban with few exemptions.
Chinese telcom player ZTE has plenty of attention from senators as it continues to face punishment from sanctions violations and fraud.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 variants are no longer for sale in Germany through the site of Apple.com after Qualcomm took a dangerous gamble
The ban is covering more than the 15 Apple Stores in the country — it will also affect sales of the iPhone 7 and 8 at more than 4,000 resellers.
One analyst from Rosenblatt believes that Apple could scrap 4 million iPhones' worth of orders to its suppliers because of controversy around Huawei.
The ban affects iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models, though Qualcomm vows it will pursue injunctions on the XS, XS Max and XR models, too.
Apple and Qualcomm are still going at it in China, even after the new iOS 12.1.2 software update has arrived in all iPhones
Deutsche Telekom and SoftBank are reportedly promising to US regulators that they will get rid of Huawei equipment on all of their networks.
Apple is scrambling to update iPhones in China to avoid utilizing Qualcomm patents, but wants to fight off settlement and avoid "unrecoverable losses."
The chipmaker won a preliminary injunction against iPhones released in the past 3 years, but it also wants to wrap in the latest ones with the bans, too.
The two senators are urging the Trump administration to see if ZTE used US parts in a citizen social credit database for the Venezuelan government.
The intelligence claims that Chinese government spies pressured Huawei into giving access codes for a network within the past two years.
The commission's staff has found that Apple has not violated Qualcomm's patents and that the chipmaker's request would harm competition.
The Australian government has more generally banned any Chinese vendors from bidding for any network equipment contracts with the nation's carriers.
Employees and contractors won't be able to keep Huawei and ZTE components in place if they work for the Defense Department.
Step by step, Chinese manufacturer ZTE is taking steps to comply with a new list of punishments to be able to buy American products again.
The commission has proposed to prevent US networks from buying equipment from Huawei and ZTE by denying them public funds.
President Trump will apparently brush against the will of Congress to lock Huawei and ZTE out of the US market, setting us up for a showdown.
ZTE had market value of $20 billion before it was subjected to a ban on importing US products. It has now garnered at least $7 billion in immediate losses.
That's $1 billion straight to the US Commerce Department and another $400 million lodged with an American escrow account.
Chinese tech giant ZTE is not out of the woods yet, looking at a serious vacuum power caused by mandatory executive reforms and partner skepticism.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has officially announced an end to ZTE's US ban, with the Chinese company required to cough up a whopping $1.4 billion.
The company has not been able to operate normally since it was banned from sourcing any components from American companies. This agreement should begin to turn the situation around.