The 74-year-old says China has never asked it to share "improper information" about its clients.
Also: US Commerce Dept blocks export of tech developed by Silicon Valley subsidiary
It's only the third week of January, but 2019 is turning into a horror year for Huawei: the company's phones have now been reportedly banned from a major research institute in Taiwan.…
Unfortunate SpaceX workers start a different sort of countdown
Roundup While China's rover kept on trundling, the news was not so cheery for workers in the US space sector or radio telescope fans over the past week.…
2019 begins with more data control for you.
A US judge has ruled that law enforcement cannot force you to release your biometric mobile device lock.
Plenty of Python news emitted from Redmond in this week's round-up
The gang at Microsoft continued their busy start to 2019, dodging falling masonry, wobbly updates and toppling cloud services.…
People say tabloid hacks are always looking for an angle. This time, they'd be right: Tilting disk of proto-planets spotted
Only 45 parsecs away if you fancy a look up close
Astronomers have found the first example of a protoplanetary disk forming at a right angle to its parent stars, according to a paper published in Nature Astronomy this week.…
A single speckled egg, sitting on a white background, has toppled reality television star Kylie Jenner for most-liked picture on Instagram - and we have questions.
Sounds fishy, yet it works for fruit flies, too. So take that, fish/fly-spotting humans
AI systems excel in pattern recognition, so much so that they can stalk individual zebrafish and fruit flies even when the animals are in groups of up to a hundred.…
Before you outsource security to strangers, try boosting internal cybersecurity skills
Security researchers looking to earn a living as bug bounty hunters would to do better to pursue actual insects.…
Silicon Valley box slinger claims it's first on the block with Intel processor... which isn't out yet
In brief Supermicro is touting what's said to be the "first to market" Intel Cascade Lake AP Xeon server – and it's fitted with Optane DIMM modules to make in-memory apps, particularly the AI ones, run faster.…
In a classic couch gag from the latest episode, the Mad Titan visits Springfield.
Power and speed took centre stage in Detroit as carmakers showed off new additions to their line up.
The college athlete lights up the web with her floor exercise. "Now I just gotta learn how to clap on the beat," she says.