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US Department of Justice charges Huawei with conspiracy to steal trade secrets

February 13, 2020

Category: Federal, Policy

This news comes straight from the horse’s mouth — the DOJ published a press release discussing its decision today. The alleged Huawei subsidiaries impacted by this investigation include Huawei Device Co. Ltd., Huawei Device USA Inc. Futurewei Technologies Inc., and […]


7 cloud cost management tips

February 4, 2020

Via: CIO

Many enterprises that once looked to the cloud as a way to curb data center expenditures are now beginning to wonder why they’re not saving as much money as they expected. “There are no guarantees that cloud computing in any […]


American Airlines cancels some China service for more than a month as coronavirus spreads

January 29, 2020

Via: CNBC

American Airlines on Wednesday joined rival United in suspending some of its service to China as the coronavirus spreads and demand for those routes drop sharply. The Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier is canceling its flights from Los Angeles to Shanghai […]


Editorial

China Criticizes US for “Unfriendly Remarks” About Coronavirus Outbreak

February 12, 2020

Via: Michael Boyd

The Chinese foreign ministry has expressed concern about the US government’s decision to keep out foreign nationals who have recently visited China. As governments and scientists everywhere struggle to stop the new coronavirus outbreak, the US decided to impose new […]


Federal, Policy

FTC to investigate five of the biggest tech firms to understand ‘acquisition activity’

February 11, 2020

Via: TechSpot

On Tuesday, the US Federal Trade Commission opened an antitrust investigation into several tech companies, including Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Google, and the latter’s parent company Alphabet. The probe is looking into the firms’ acquisitions over the past several years. […]


Cloud Infrastructure, Infrastructure

Can Amazon convince a federal court to depose Trump over a $10 billion Pentagon contract?

February 11, 2020

Via: Fortune

A competition between Microsoft and Amazon to supply $10 billion worth of cloud computing services to the Department of Defense was decided—controversially—in October. Despite Amazon Web Services (AWS) dominating nearly half of the public cloud market, the DoD opted to […]