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Amazon investors are expected to vote on a measure calling for the company to halt sales of its facial recognition technology to police during its investors day on May 22.
When Bose debuted its smart speakers and voice-controlled soundbars last year,the company promised support for other voice assistants besides Alexa was onthe way
AppLovin co-founder Adam Foroughi’s story is actually pretty darn singular, and even more than that, reflective and emblematic of much that is going on in business and society.
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SHANGHAI/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States has temporarily eased trade restrictions on China's Huawei to minimize disruption for its customers, a move the founder of the world's largest telecoms equipment maker said meant little because it was already prepared for U.S. action. The U.S. Commerce Department blocked Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from buying U.S. goods last week, a major escalation in the trade war between the world's two top economies, saying the firm was involved in activities contrary to national security. The two countries increased import tariffs on each other's goods over the past two weeks after U.S. President Donald Trump said China had reneged on earlier commitments made during months of negotiations.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei called itself the victim of U.S. "bullying" on Tuesday and said it was working with Google to respond to trade restrictions imposed by Washington last week, a senior Huawei executive said. Google declined to comment. The U.S. government said it imposed the restrictions because of Huawei's involvement in activities contrary to national security or foreign policy interests.
Rare earths have traditionally been a tool of China’s political-economic fights. Japan’s technology industry depends on rare earths, which are useful in niche applications such as light-emitting diodes and the high-strength neodymium magnets popular in YouTube science videos. At the time, China accounted for around 97% of global production, leaving Japan Inc. at the mercy of Beijing’s customs officials – and, more to the point, their bosses.
Understanding the Impact of Trump’s Huawei Ban on US Stocks(Continued from Prior Part)Google blocks business deals with HuaweiAlphabet’s (GOOGL) Google suspended its business dealings with Chinese (MCHI) (FXI) tech giant Huawei after the Trump
Huawei put uncertainty over the future of its devices business to one side on Tuesday with the launch of new Honor smartphones, in a confident display of the Chinese firm's technology. The world's second-biggest phone maker runs its devices on Google's Android platform outside China, but the U.S. Commerce Department blocked Huawei from buying U.S. goods last week, throwing future software updates into question. The United States temporarily eased restrictions on Huawei on Tuesday, granting it a licence to buy U.S. goods until Aug. 19, meaning that updates of Google apps like Gmail and YouTube can continue until then.
Last-mile drone delivery in the United States is heating up with the addition of a request by Uber to operate a food service in San Diego. An application filed with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) by Luke Fischer, Head of Flight Operations for Uber Technologies (NYSE: UBER) affiliate Uber Elevate, Inc., follows Wing Aviation's recent approval to operate commercial drone services in southwestern Virginia.
A recent ban by U.S. President Donald Trump means many U.S. companies can’t work with the Chinese technology giant. Huawei phones aren’t that popular in the U.S., but they are widely used almost everywhere else.
JD, PDD, SHOP, ETSY, and GRPN Respond to Competition(Continued from Prior Part)Etsy leveraging Google’s AI tools to power marketplace search functionEtsy (ETSY), which started its workload migration to Google’s cloud platform in 2017, aims to
Trump administration sanctions against Huawei have begun to bite even though their dimensions remain unclear. U.S. companies that supply the Chinese tech powerhouse with computer chips face a drop in sales, and Huawei's smartphone sales could get decimated with the anticipated loss of Google's popular software and services. The U.S. move escalates trade-war tensions with Beijing, but also risks making China more self-sufficient over time.