Western Digital has at least temporarily halted shipments to Huawei following its blacklisting by the U.S.
Foxconn said that 25% of its production capacity is outside China, which means it should be able to meet Apple's needs during the U.S.-China trade war.
A new report claimed that Huawei could introduce a new operating system, called Oak OS outside China, as early as August or September.
Asus is reportedly looking to release a second-generation ROG Phone in the third quarter of this year.
Asus celebrated its 30th anniversary by announcing special “Edition 30” versions of its Prime X299 motherboard, ZenBook 13, and ZenFone 6 during Computex 2019.
Huawei confirmed that it'd developed its own operating system for its smartphones and PCs just in case it loses access to Android and Windows.
American semiconductor companies are the latest to sever ties with Huawei after the company's addition to a U.S. Department of Commerce blacklist.
Google will reportedly cut off Huawei's access to essential parts of the Android platform as tensions rise between the U.S. and China.
Laptops and smartphones are among a proposed list of goods imported from China that could be subject to 25% tariffs.
According to Bloomberg's sources, TSMC has already begun the early test production of Apple's A13 chip expected to appear in the next three iPhone models.
Qualcomm's market value rose more than $30 billion after the company announced that it had reached a settlement agreement with Apple.
Apple and Qualcomm announced that they've decided to dismiss all litigation against each other, thanks to settlement, patent and chipset supply agreements.
Google updated software on Android 7+ devices with a new feature enabling owners to turn their smartphones into two-factor authentication security keys.
Apple is reportedly worried that Intel won't be able to supply enough wireless modems for the launch of its first 5G iPhone in 2020.
Apple and Qualcomm took turns this week scoring relatively minor victories in some of their legal battles concerning wireless technologies used in the iPhone.
Razer could defy expectations by releasing a third gaming-focused smartphone later this year despite laying off 30 employees and reassigning others in February.
A Twitter user discovered that Microsoft could be close to bringing true Android smartphone mirroring to Windows 10.
The UFEDs that law enforcement uses to access encrypted devices--which normally cost between $5,000 and $15,000--can be bought on eBay for just $100.
A report claims TSMC is on track for volume production using its 5nm EUV process, and Apple is expected to use the same process to make 2020 iPhones' CPUs.
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