• Donald Trump Jun 2, 2019

    China Blames US for Trade Dispute, ‘Unacceptable Demands'

    China issued a report Sunday blaming the United States for the countries’ trade dispute and said it won’t back down on “major issues of principle,” but offered no clarification about what additional steps it might take to up the ante. The report from the Cabinet spokesman’s office said China has kept its word throughout 11 rounds of talks and will...

  • Donald Trump Jun 2, 2019

    China Blames US for Trade Dispute, ‘Unacceptable Demands'

    China issued a report Sunday blaming the United States for the countries’ trade dispute and said it won’t back down on “major issues of principle,” but offered no clarification about what additional steps it might take to up the ante. The report from the Cabinet spokesman’s office said China has kept its word throughout 11 rounds of talks and will...

  • China May 29, 2019

    Huawei Asks Court to Rule US Security Law Unconstitutional

    Fighting to maintain its access to major markets for next-generation communications, Chinese tech giant Huawei is challenging the constitutionality of a 2018 U.S. law that bars it from selling telecoms equipment to U.S. government agencies and contractors. In a motion filed late Tuesday in eastern Texas federal court, Huawei argues for summary judgment in the case in filed in March...

  • Donald Trump Jun 2, 2018

    Ross Arrives in Beijing for Talks on Trade Surplus

    U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross arrived in Beijing on Saturday for talks on China’s promise to buy more American goods after Washington revived tensions by renewing its threat of tariff hikes on Chinese high-tech exports. The talks focus on adding details to China’s May 19 promise to narrow its politically volatile surplus in trade in goods with the United States,...

  • Google Jan 4, 2018

    What to Know About the Massive Security Flaw That Could Affect Almost Every Computer

    The computer industry was scrambling Wednesday to patch recently discovered security vulnerabilities found in processors used on almost every computer in the world, CNBC reported. The vulnerabilties — one called “Meltdown,” another “Spectre” — could allow hackers to steal information stored in the memory of a wide range of computer chips running not just on personal devices but also the...

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