It looks like they may not have a product to sell
Britain’s decision to allow China’s Huawei to play a limited role in building its 5G network is not “fixed in stone” and is being reviewed following the imposition of US sanctions.
Might see a speed boost from its normal pace
Google Chrome has finally moved to 64-bit despite the technology been around for years.
Making American phone bills grate again
American consumers pay significantly more for their mobile service than people in many other countries, reports the New York Times.
2020 is still the year of Linux on the desktop
Linus Torvalds and Dirk Hohndel have been telling anyone who will listen that while COVID-19 has slowed down many technologies, while speeding up other tech developments, it hasn't affected Linux development much at all.
Avatars being adapted
Online gamers are finding ways to protest online.
We think they are sleeping with the fushes after unlucky 13th launch.
On Sunday morning, local time in New Zealand, Rocket Lab launched its 13th mission. The booster's first stage performed normally, but just as the second stage neared an altitude of 200km, something went wrong and the vehicle was lost.
Working from home will be the new norm
Japan’s Fujitsu is to halve its office space in three years as it rewrites the way employees work under a “new normal” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Cheaper and better
The Ryzen 5 4600U-powered Envy costs hundreds of dollars less than the Core i7-1065G7 Spectre but runs longer and faster while being just as thin and light, according to a comparison run by Notebook Check.
It looks like Apple is doing something good for once
A group of European digital advertising associations slammed Apple plans to require apps to seek additional permission from users before tracking them across other apps and websites.