In accordance to U.S. regulations, TSMC stopped taking orders from Huawei since May.
The U.S. Senate passed a $1 billion "rip and replace" bill meant to help rural networks get rid of Huawei equipment.
The U.S. government claimed to WSJ that it has evidence Huawei has backdoor access to U.S. telecom equipment.
Huawei filed patent infringement lawsuits against Verizon for allegedly violating 12 of its U.S. patents.
Security camera firmware made by China-based Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology allows for remote access, security researchers discovered.
The U.S. bill seeks to prohibit any kind of intelligence sharing with countries that adopt Huawei's 5G networking gear.
Micron said in an earnings call that it received licenses from the U.S. government to sell at least some of its products to Huawei.
Huawei's attempting to overturn a recent FCC order that prohibits rural Internet carriers from buying its equipment with federal subsidies.
Microsoft's chief legal officer said he believes the U.S. government has treated Huawei unfairly over the last few months.
Huawei claimed the U.S. government has launched cyberattacks against it, attempted to entrap its employees and otherwise sought to disrupt its business.
Huawei is reportedly set to announce the Mate 30 lineup, which could feature its HongMeng operating system, on September 18 in Munich.
President Donald Trump said "we're not going to be doing business with Huawei" after China refused to buy U.S. agricultural goods.
Intel CEO Robert Swan said the company's been selling certain products to Huawei since the second quarter despite the U.S. blacklisting.
Huawei said that it will continue to develop its Arm-based Kunpeng server CPUs and will invest $436 million in the ecosystem around it over the next five years.
Despite Huawei's promises of an Android replacement, an exec has said the Hongmeng OS isn't for smartphones and that Huawei devices will continue using Android.