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.
Huawei employees have collaborated on research projects with "members of various organs of" the People's Liberation Army in China.
Intel, Micron and other members of the U.S. semiconductor industry resumed sales to Huawei after discovering a loophole in the Department of Commerce ban.
Several Huawei laptops--the MateBook X Pro, MateBook D, and MateBook 13--have quietly reappeared on the Microsoft Store website.
Huawei cut its revenue forecast for 2019 by $30 billion as the American semiconductor industry lobbied to ease the U.S. government's restrictions.
Huawei reportedly accused Verizon of infringing on 238 of its patents with the hope of forcing the wireless carrier into a costly licensing agreement.
Western Digital has at least temporarily halted shipments to Huawei following its blacklisting by the U.S.
Huawei has reportedly its notebook parts suppliers to stop their deliveries to the company, signifying a suspension of Huawei's notebook business.
Tokyo Electron, the world's third-largest supplier of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, plans to cease business with any companies on the U.S. blacklist.
A new report claimed that Huawei could introduce a new operating system, called Oak OS outside China, as early as August or September.
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