AMD has fired back at the Wall Street Journal for implying it put US national security at risk with its joint venture. The public evidence seems firmly on AMD’s side.

How a Huawei phone and a FedEx delivery turned into an international incident.

Chinese firms would be unable to make the government’s self-sufficiency goals without ongoing access to US technology, according to the firms themselves.

The US government added another five companies to its export blacklist on Friday — and nuked AMD’s THATIC server partnership in the process.

The Consumer Technology Association has released a report quantifying the damage to the US economy if the Trump Administration goes ahead with proposed tariff increases. Laptop, cell phones, and tablets could all become significantly more expensive, if the projection is accurate.

Western Digital has suspended its partnership with Huawei as the phone giant braces for a major sales falloff.

The worldwide semiconductor market fell by the largest amount in a decade last quarter. Q2 isn’t expected to improve things.

Huawei has been cut off from most of the major CPU architectures in existence. If the company can’t negotiate its way out of the problem, what practical recourse does it have?

The BBC claims to have obtained an internal memo to ARM staff that instructs employees to end “all active contracts, support entitlements, and any pending engagements” with Huawei.

Huawei didn’t let these last few tumultuous days slow it down. The company has announced the new Honor 20 Pro. This “budget flagship” has a lot in common with the P30 family, but it costs much less. And yes, it has Google services.