The iPhone is back. But Apple is girding for more disruptions in virus-hit China.
The chair of a key U.S. House Committee on consumer protection said she is exploring legislation around a federal law that exempts online platforms from legal liability for the material their users post, focusing on online content posted on elections.
Airlines including United Airlines Holdings Inc said they were canceling some flights to China as demand fell sharply and global companies told their employees not to travel on deepening fears over the spread of a flu-like virus.
Tinder-owner Match Group said on Tuesday Chief Executive Officer Mandy Ginsberg was stepping down after 14 years and would be replaced by her long-time deputy Sharmistha Dubey, sending its shares down 1.6% after the bell.
The U.S. government on Tuesday sued five U.S. companies and three individuals, alleging they were behind hundreds of millions of fraudulent robocalls that scammed elderly Americans and others into "massive financial losses."
Prime Minister Boris Johnson granted Huawei a limited role in Britain's 5G mobile network on Tuesday, frustrating a global attempt by the United States to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant from the West's next-generation communications.
Facebook Inc recommended rules on Tuesday for how its independent oversight board will work and said a former human rights group director will lead the board's administrative staff.
Facebook's vice president of engineering, Jay Parikh, said in a post on the social network on Tuesday that he was planning to leave the company, marking the exit of another key executive following a string of high-profile departures last year.
Britain's decision to give Chinese telecoms giant Huawei [HWT.UL] a limited role in building its 5G networks could greatly complicate a free trade agreement with the United States and jeapordize intelligence sharing with one of its closest allies, Republican U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham said on Tuesday.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson "discussed critical regional and bilateral issues, including telecommunications security" in a conversation on Tuesday, White House spokesman Judd Deere said in a statement.
There have been no threats from other countries' intelligence agencies to break ties with Britain after it announced it would grant Huawei a limited role in its 5G mobile network, a British security source said on Tuesday.
The United States is disappointed by the United Kingdom's decision to grant Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei a limited role in its 5G mobile network, a senior Trump administration official said on Tuesday.
Britain will allow "high risk vendors" like Chinese telecoms giant Huawei a limited role in building its 5G networks, the government said on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson told President Trump on Tuesday that countries should work together to break the dominance of a small number of companies after Britain granted Chinese firm Huawei [HWT.UL] a limited role in its 5G mobile network.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson granted Huawei [HWT.UL] a limited role in Britain's 5G mobile network on Tuesday, defying U.S. pressure to exclude the Chinese company from next-generation communications over fears Beijing could use them to spy.
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Canada, the only member of an elite intelligence-sharing network yet to decide whether to allow the use of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd 5G technology, on Tuesday said it was studying Britain's decision not to ban the Chinese telecoms giant from the West's next-generation communications.
Top Chinese smartphone maker Huawei Technologies Co Ltd thrived in 2019 at the expense of smaller Chinese rivals and Apple even as the smartphone market shrank further and consumers favored phones with 5G technology, data shows.
Britain's decision on whether to allow Huawei to supply equipment for 5G mobile networks comes at a delicate time, with debate raging in European capitals over the security implications of reliance on Chinese technology.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said intelligence sharing would not be jeopardized by Tuesday's decision to allow China's Huawei [HWT.UL] a role in building the country's 5G telecoms network.