ZTE will be under the watch of two monitors for at least the next four years and will be checked for compliance until at least 2028.
This story is going out at the same time as the alert should be broadcasting for devices connected to a cell tower in the United States.
On the same day Governor Jerry Brown signed the law that restored net neutrality regulations on ISPs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions filed a lawsuit.
Apple is presumably scrambling to get its papers in order for international health organizations to approve medical device status for its latest smartwatch.
Lawyers say she was never given a reason why her iPhone was confiscated for 120 days, especially given what was on the device.
Santa Clara County Fire Department has been fighting with Verizon to remove data speed throttling from its account while it has been fighting the blaze.
Employees and contractors won't be able to keep Huawei and ZTE components in place if they work for the Defense Department.
Those who are in the military and are away from their home state can choose to vote through a smartphone app and the blockchain.
The column in People's Daily suggests that Apple pay up in China if trade relations with the United States continue slumping.
In the lead-up to the 2018 elections, the Democratic National Committee is telling members, candidates and campaigns to avoid these Chinese brands.
The state says that the broadband provider had failed to expand its network quickly enough as it was agreed upon for the Charter-Time Warner Cable merger.
The decisions taken by Trump's administration might affect the price of all future iPhone models to come in the near future
Google has been fined more than €4 billion for tying up Android with its search and web services. We've updated this story with a statement from Google.
The FCC will not enforce claims made on informal complaints and will only step in after complainants file a formal complaint.
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.
With all the hullabaloo on what data gets collected from our phones and sent off to servers in China, what does Apple do to keep privacy in focus?
The commission has proposed to prevent US networks from buying equipment from Huawei and ZTE by denying them public funds.
Sprint was supposed to have cleared all of its Huawei equipment in 2013, but the House of Representatives claims it has not.
It still needs to forward $400 million to an escrow account so that it can come out of the imports ban it is still currently under.
The talk of tech and tariffs was drowned out today by talk of "tender age" shelters and crying babies at the border. The president backed from his position.
The change in policies comes after an investigation into the security holes left open by data brokers that left every cellphone user open to tracking.
The two carriers have made their intentions clear to the FCC and have made a detailed case as to why they should merge. The public can comment on the deal.
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.