Huawei is fighting back against what it considers an "unlawful order"
The US might broaden its sanctions on Huawei
The Chinese firm has called the action "unlawful"
Meng Wanzhou's lawyers don't want the president to get involved
Commission to set aside extra funds to help rural carriers in 'transitioning to more trusted vendors'
The trade ban is still in effect for over a hundred non-US affiliates on the entity list
US-China relationships could be improving
Only in China, initially
You might be better off just buying one for $200
Smartphone sales were up 26% YoY
There's no mention of Google apps
One will be a Porsche Design version of the Pro
The new chip is a faster and smaller version of its predecessor
Yet the company has shown no evidence to back up the allegations
This could have a huge effect on sales
Unless the Android situation gets worse
The rush to reach first mover status has backfired once again
It looks like the easing of Huawei restrictions isn't going to happen anytime soon
Quite similar to Google's Fuchsia
The device might launch alongside the Mate 30 series later this year
The Chinese company isn't giving up just yet
It would have run Google Assistant
The trade war has essentially frozen the research arm
The Chinese company uses US tech in some of its components, thus violating US sanctions on North Korea