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Europe will push to work with the US on tech governance, post-Trump

The European Union said today that it wants to work with US counterparts on a common approach to tech governance — including pushing to standardize rules for applications of technologies like AI and pushing big tech to be more responsible for what their platforms amplify. EU lawmakers are anticipating rebooted transatlantic relations under the incoming administration of president-elect Joe Biden. The Commission has published a new EU-US agenda with the aim of  encouraging what it bills as “...
Tags: Security, Facebook, Europe, Privacy, Senate, Russia, Digital, US, Tech, Eu, G20, European Union, Joe Biden, Artificial Intelligence, Policy, Atlantic


DoT sets up working groups for 5G applications in agriculture, fintech, industry, and healthcare, invites volunteers

We missed this earlier: The Department of Telecommunications is inviting volunteers for working groups examining the applications of 5G technology in the following fields: smart water, sewage management, smart agriculture, smart transport, fintech, smart healthcare, smart education, smart grid, and “industry”. The DoT invited volunteers or further nominations for the groups in a circular on November 10 first reported by CNBC Awaaz’s Aseem Manchanda. The working groups’ stated objective is to stu...
Tags: Travel, News, India, Huawei, 5g, Department of Telecommunications, Rohde Schwarz, CNBC Awaaz, India United Kingdom, Aseem Manchanda, Telecom Engineering Centre, Qualcomm Ericsson Dell Nokia, Bipin Tripathi Kumaon Institute of Technology, Gilda Ventures While


Japanese companies to help India with 5G wireless tech, submarine fiber optic: Report

Japanese companies will support the introduction of 5G wireless networks, submarine fiber-optic cables and other technologies in India, the country’s officials told Nikkei Asia. The two countries, as reported earlier, are set to work closely on developing 5G and future technologies to counter China’s dominance in telecommunications. Officials told the publication that Ravi Shankar Prasad, India’s IT minister, and Ryota Takeda, his Japanese counterpart, will sign a memorandum of understanding (Mo...
Tags: Travel, Japan, News, Sweden, Australia, China, India, Israel, Narendra Modi, US, NEC, United States, United Kingdom, Rakuten, Huawei, Airtel


Apple Moving Forward With Plans for 'Folded' Periscope Cameras to Significantly Increase iPhone's Optical Zoom

Apple is advancing its plans to significantly enhance the iPhone's optical zoom range using periscope lens technology, according to ETNews. Citing industry sources familiar with the development of ‌iPhone‌ cameras, ETNews report says Apple is currently seeking an appropriate "folded" periscope camera solution for the ‌iPhone‌ and has already initiated discussions with suppliers. Apple has filed patents related to periscope lens systems since 2014. Apple has reportedly encountered issues dev...
Tags: Apple, Israel, Samsung, Huawei, Samsung Electronics, Periscope, Digitimes.com, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Semco, Corephotonics, Etnews.com, Samsung Electro Mechanics, Periscope Lens, iPhone 13, Etnews.co.kr


Equity Monday: HungryPanda raises $70M, trade tensions, and cross-border VC

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest big news, chats about the coming week, digs into some recent funding rounds and mulls over a larger theme or narrative from the private markets. You can follow the show on Twitter here and myself here — and don’t forget to check out last Thursday’s edtech deep dive from our own Natasha Mascarenhas. ...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, UK, Etsy, Australia, China, India, America, Tech, Zappos, Huawei, Equity, Tony Hsieh, Primer, Firstminute Capital


It's better to burn out than fade Huawei: UK rolls out schedule for rip-and-replace rules

Nothing from Chinese bogeyman allowed in core network by early 2023 The UK's Ministry of Fun* has published its roadmap for the removal of so-called high-risk vendors from UK telecoms networks as part of the second parliamentary reading of the Telecoms Security Bill.…
Tags: UK, Software, Huawei, Ministry of Fun


UK bans installation of new Huawei equipment in 5G networks from September 2021: Reports

Telecom providers in the United Kingdom will have to stop installing Huawei equipment for 5G network infrastructure from September 2021. Oliver Dowden, the country’s Digital Secretary, called for the “complete removal of high-risk vendors” from UK’s 5G networks, reported The Guardian and BBC News. The government also unveiled a “5G Supply Chain Diversification Strategy” that hopes to ensure UK is “never again dependent on a small number of suppliers.” Dowden’s announcement comes a day ahead of t...
Tags: Travel, Japan, UK, News, Sweden, Australia, India, Nokia, US, BBC News, United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Boris Johnson, Huawei, Ericsson


UK shrinks timetable for telcos to stop installing 5G kit from Huawei

The UK government has squeezed the timetable for domestic telcos to stop installing 5G kit from Chinese suppliers, per the BBC, which reports that the deadline for installation of kit from so-called ‘high risk’ vendors is now September. It had already announced a ban on telcos buying kit from Huawei et al by the end of this year — acting on national security concerns attached to companies that fall under the jurisdiction of Chinese state surveillance laws. But, according to the BBC, ministers ar...
Tags: Travel, Security, Mobile, Europe, UK, China, Nokia, Digital, US, Bbc, Policy, Finland, National Security, Huawei, 5g, Dowden


Gartner: You think Huawei's sales figures are bad now? Wait till you see next year's

Modestly updating old phones won't work beyond Q4, says analyst Although shipments of smartphones to the channel recovered somewhat in the third quarter of 2020, that hasn't necessarily translated into sales.…
Tags: Software, Gartner, Huawei


Gartner: Q3 smartphone sales down 5.7% to 366M, slicing Covid-19 declines in Q1, Q2

We are now into the all-important holiday sales period, and new numbers from Gartner point to some recovery underway for the smartphone market as vendors roll out a raft of new 5G handsets. Q3 smartphone figures from the analysts published today showed that smartphone unit sales were 366 million units, a decline of 5.7% globally compared to the same period last year. Yes, it’s a drop; but it is still a clear improvement on the first half of this year, when sales slumped by 20% in each quarter, d...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Mobile, UK, China, US, Samsung, Smartphones, Asia Pacific, Xiaomi, Gartner, Brazil, Huawei, Latin America, Idc, Holiday Sales


10 things in tech you need to know today

Tony Hsieh speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative America at the Sheridan Downtown Denver. Andy Cross / The Denver Post via Getty Images Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning.Have an Amazon Alexa device? Listen to this update by searching "Business Insider" in your flash briefing settings.And for the biggest stories in politics, sign up here for 10 Things in Politics You Need to Know Today — launching ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, UK, India, San Francisco, Trends, Bloomberg, Mit, Netflix, Connecticut, Amsterdam, Silicon Valley, Zappos, Vietnam, Huawei


The Trump administration will add SMIC, China’s largest chipmaker, to its defense blacklist: report

SMIC, one of largest chip makers in the world, is among several companies that the Department of Defense plans to designate as being owned or controlled by the Chinese military, reports Reuters. Earlier this month, President Donald Trump signed an executive order, set to go into effect on January 11, that would bar U.S. investors from buying securities from companies on the defense blacklist. In a statement to Reuters, SMIC said it continues “to engage constructively and openly with the U.S. gov...
Tags: TC, Asia, China, Tech, Department Of Defense, Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Huawei, Texas Instruments, U.s. Government, Nyse, Trump, Semiconductors, Reuters, SMIC


UK Will Ban the Installation of Huawei 5G Equipment After September 2021

The UK has taken another step towards removing Huawei from its 5G network. On Sunday, the British government announced that the country’s telecommunications companies would not be allowed to install new 5G equipment from Huawei after September 2021, Bloomberg reported.Read more...
Tags: Security, UK, Science, Privacy, China, Bloomberg, Huawei


Huawei: UK bans new 5G network equipment from September

Digital secretary says he is setting ‘clear path for complete removal of high risk vendors’ from 5G networksTelecoms providers must stop installing Huawei equipment in the UK’s 5G networks from next September, the government has said.The digital secretary, Oliver Dowden, set out a roadmap to remove high-risk vendors ahead of the telecommunications (security) bill coming before parliament. Continue reading...
Tags: UK, China, Digital, UK News, Huawei, Oliver Dowden


Huawei ban: UK to impose early end to use of new 5G kit

The cut-off date of September for the installation of new equipment is earlier than expected.
Tags: UK, News, Huawei


Huawei ban from UK 5G network brought forward

The cut-off date of September for the installation of new equipment is earlier than expected.
Tags: Business, UK, Huawei


It's been an Honor serving with you but you're our 'competitors' now, Huawei tells its sawn-off mobile limb (the register)

Budget sub-brand selloff will save jobs of workers, says founder, and avoid 'dragging innocent people' down Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has bid farewell to the company's budget sub-brand Honor, saying that selling the business will safeguard it from forces in America he believes are seeking to destroy Huawei.… [Author: Matthew Hughes]
Tags: News, America, Huawei, Ren Zhengfei, Matthew Hughes


11 things you can do to stop being manipulated by your phone, according to the tech experts featured in Netflix's 'The Social Dilemma'

Netflix's "The Social Dilemma." Netflix Netflix's "The Social Dilemma" explores our deeply-entrenched societal addiction to social media and what large tech firms stand to gain from our engagement on the platforms.  The film has been among the most-watched programs since it was released on the service on September 9 and features commentary from top industry figures and critics. The docudrama is sobering to watch, but the credit reel features tips and tricks on how to cut down on phone ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Social Networks, Youtube, Senate, New York City, US, Trends, Social Media, Tech, Features, Netflix, Innovation, New Orleans


Amazon Canada Black Friday Deals: Save 55% on Echo Dot (3rd Gen) – Smart speaker + 52% on Levi’s Men’s Jacket + 74% on Select Xbox Games + More HOT Offers

Amazon Canada has awesome deals available now! Amazon Canada has great Deals of The Day. Enjoy and Shop Black Friday deals now. Also, Amazon has more great deals that include: Save 55% on Echo Dot (3rd Gen) – Smart speaker with Alexa, for $24.99 Save 36% on Fire TV Stick 4K streaming device with Alexa built-in, Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, includes the Alexa Voice Remote, for $44.99 Save 42% on All-new Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (includes TV controls) HD streaming device, 2020 release, f...
Tags: Amazon, Shopping, Samsung, Canada, Calvin Klein, Fire TV Stick, Huawei, Levi, Alexa, Tcl, Lucent, Amazon Canada, Canadian Daily Deals, Amazon.ca, Hasbro Toys, Lightning Deals


It's been an Honor serving with you but you're our 'competitors' now, Huawei tells its sawn-off mobile limb

Budget sub-brand selloff will save jobs of workers, says founder, and avoid 'dragging innocent people' down Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has bid farewell to the company's budget sub-brand Honor, saying that selling the business will safeguard it from forces in America he believes are seeking to destroy Huawei.…
Tags: America, Software, Huawei, Ren Zhengfei


Britain Commits $333 Million To Help Carriers Replace Huawei 5G

Britain will spend $333 million to diversify its sources of 5G wireless equipment after banning China's Huawei from supplying the next-generation technology. From a report: Huawei is set to be excluded from British 5G networks by 2027 due to security concerns, leaving phone carriers reliant on a supply duopoly of Finland's Nokia and Sweden's Ericsson. Around $67 million of the total will be spent next year to help build "a secure and resilient 5G network" according to documents published on Wedn...
Tags: UK, Sweden, White House, China, Nokia, Digital, US, Tech, Britain, Finland, Huawei, Ericsson, BT Group, CK Hutchison Holdings, Rishi Sunak, Oliver Dowden


Alibaba vies for a piece of China’s booming EV market

There’s no lack of news these days on China’s tech giants teaming up with traditional carmakers. Companies from Alibaba to Huawei are striving to become relevant in the trillion-dollar auto industry, which itself is seeking an electric transition and intelligent upgrade as 5G comes of age. State-owned automaker SAIC Motor, a major player in China, unveiled this week a new electric vehicle arm called Zhiji, in which Alibaba and a Shanghai government-backed entity are minority shareholders. The ti...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Electric Vehicle, Asia, China, Tech, Tesla, Shanghai, Alibaba, Tencent, Bmw, Baidu, Audi, Huawei, Smart Cars, State


China’s clouds boom but they’re collectively earning less than Azure alone

Alibaba in front with Huawei and Tencent on a second tier China’s clouds grew by 65 percent in 2020’s third quarter, collectively hauling in $5 billion of revenue in the period.…
Tags: China, Software, Alibaba, Tencent, Huawei


Spending Review: We spy a stray £60m – is that all you can spare to help 5G market recover from UK kicking out Huawei?

Plus: Broadband ambitions meet cold water Among the economic doom and gloom of the UK's Autumn Spending Review, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak inadvertently revealed the sop UK.gov plans to throw to telcos after sacking Huawei from the UK's 5G rollout at the behest of an orange one-term president of the US.…
Tags: UK, US, Software, Huawei, Rishi Sunak


TikTok’s epic rise and stumble

TikTok’s rise in the West is unprecedented for any Chinese tech company, and so is the amount of attention it has attracted from politicians worldwide. Below is a timeline of how TikTok grew from what some considered another “copycat” short video app to global dominance and eventually became a target of the U.S. government. 2012-2017: The emergence of TikTok These years were a period of fast growth for ByteDance, the Beijing-based parent company behind TikTok. Originally launched in Chin...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Asia, Instagram, Microsoft, Entertainment, Navy, California, Washington, Government, China, America, Tech, Walmart


10 things in tech you need to know today

Chairman and Co-CEO of Salesforce Marc Benioff attends a session at the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, January 21, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning.Have an Amazon Alexa device? Listen to this update by searching "Business Insider" in your flash briefing settings.And for the biggest stories in politics, sign up here for 10 Things i...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, UK, France, Trends, Cftc, Huawei, Business Insider, Nordic, Wef, Amazon Alexa, Facebook and Amazon, Tech Insider, Salesforce Amazon Web Services, Denis Balibouse, Salesforce Marc Benioff


How the US attacked Huawei: Former CEO of DocuSign and Ariba turned diplomat Keith Krach tells his tale

53 nations and 180 telcos have adopted Clean Network plan – and Huawei fell for it The United States' Clean Network plan has won support from 53 nations and 180 telcos, and Huawei has unwittingly legitimised it.…
Tags: US, Software, Huawei, Ariba, Keith Krach, Clean Network, United States Clean Network


How America attacked Huawei: Former CEO of DocuSign and Ariba turned diplomat Keith Krach tells his tale

53 nations and 180 telcos have adopted Clean Network plan – and Huawei fell for it The United States’ Clean Network plan has won support from 53 nations and 180 telcos, and Huawei has unwittingly legitimised it.…
Tags: America, Software, Huawei, Ariba, Keith Krach, Clean Network, United States ' Clean Network


ZTE's Designation as Security Threat Affirmed by US FCC

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission affirmed its decision to designate ZTE as a national security threat over concerns telecommunications gear made by the Chinese company could be used for spying. From a report: The action shows that the FCC remains determined to drive ZTE and fellow Shenzhen-based manufacturer Huawei Technologies Co. from the U.S. market, where small rural carriers rely on their cheap network equipment. The agency at its Dec. 10 meeting is to consider rules for listing p...
Tags: Fcc, Washington, US, Tech, Beijing, Huawei, ZTE, Shenzhen, China Mobile, U S Federal Communications Commission, Huawei Technologies Co, Ajit Pai, United States Read


Canada's opposition parties urge Trudeau government to ban Huawei 5G, say China is threat

Canada's opposition on Wednesday called on Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to get tougher on China, including by...
Tags: China, Canada, Huawei, Justin Trudeau, Trudeau