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Huawei is the second-largest smartphone maker, but that could be in jeopardy as it becomes a bargaining chip in an international trade war.
Here are all the companies that have cut ties with Huawei, dealing the Chinese tech giant a crushing blow
Major US companies like Google, Qualcomm, and Intel have been quick to sever business ties with the Chinese tech giant Huawei.
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The head of Huawei's consumer division said that outside of China, the Huawei OS would be ready by Q1 or Q2 of next year.
EA made a series of videos meant to showcase its ‘next-gen’ video games, and the results are accidentally horrifying
EA intended to demonstrate the power of its next-generation graphics technology in a new video. Instead, it demonstrated the uncanny valley.
Microsoft hasn’t said a word so far about Huawei’s ban in the US, but it removed Huawei laptops from its stores
There's little Huawei could do to save its laptop division without Microsoft's Windows operating system.
Facebook’s former security chief says Mark Zuckerberg has too much power and needs to step down as CEO
Alex Stamos, who previously led Facebook's security efforts, said the company should get a new CEO as a way to curtail Mark Zuckerberg's power.
A new, free ‘Minecraft’ game was just revealed, and it takes major cues from the wildly popular ‘Pokémon Go’ phenomenon
Like "Pokémon Go" before it, "Minecraft Earth" is a free-to-play, smartphone-only game that's intended to get players exploring the world around them.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 6 is one of the most popular 2-in-1s on the market. For a limited time, Amazon and Best Buy are offering great discounts.
Grueling, 100-hour work weeks and ‘crunch culture’ are pushing the video game industry to a breaking point. Here’s what’s goin...
Video game makers from all over the world are pushing back on extreme working conditions.