Sony has stated it may have no choice but to raise its PS4 prices if the latest round of trade tariffs between the US and China actually go into effect.

Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo have jointly sent a letter to the Trump Administration, asking for their game consoles to not be targeted in the next wave of tariffs in the ongoing price war, due to kick off in the near future.

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.

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?

Google isn’t the only company cutting ties with Huawei. Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx, and Broadcom are doing so as well, at least for now.

Intel might move production of Optane to Fab 68 in China once its deal with Micron wraps up for good. But recent trade issues could hamper such plans.

Significant tariffs will go into effect at 12:01 AM Friday morning, and the markets have been jittery about the issue all week. So what happens next?