Czech cyber watchdog calls Huawei, ZTE products a security threat
Czech government agency warns network operators against using software or hardware made by the Chinese telecom equipment suppliers.
Qualcomm says Apple violating Chinese court order, despite new software
Despite a software update, Qualcomm believes Apple remains in violation of a court order to stop selling iPhones.
Twitter tumbles on concerns about hacking activity
Twitter shares fell almost 7% after the company said it was investigating unusual traffic that might be from state-sponsored hackers.
Deutsche Telekom reviews vendors in light of China security debate
The German company says it takes the global discussion about the security of network equipment very seriously.
Apple China says it will push software update in bid to resolve Qualcomm case
The technology company plans to carry out the software updates at the start of next week.
MTN, Nigerian central bank dispute will be over "very soon", says regulator
The Nigerian Communications Commission is confident the dispute between MTN and central bank will be resolved soon.
Samsung to shut mobile phone plant in China's Tianjin
The South Korean company plans to cease operations at one of its Chinese manufacturing plants by the end of the year.
Chinese state media urges Canada to defy US, free Huawei executive
China's Global Times pleads with Canada to distance itself from US hegemonism and free Huawei's Meng Wanzhou unconditionally.
Google has 'no plans' to launch Chinese search engine
CEO Sundar Pichai told a US congressional panel that Google is not planning to relaunch a search engine in China.
Canadian court weighs bail for jailed CFO of China's Huawei
The judge wants to hear will take responsibility for Meng's actions if she is released.