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Hobbling Huawei: Inside the U.S. war on China's tech giant

May 22 2019

By Cassell Bryan-Low, Colin Packham, David Lague, Steve Stecklow and Jack Stubbs | Video

RPT-SPECIAL REPORT-Hobbling Huawei: Inside the U.S. war on China's tech giant

May 22 2019

By Cassell Bryan-Low, Colin Packham, David Lague, Steve Stecklow and Jack Stubbs

Special report - Hobbling Huawei: Inside the U.S. war on China's tech giant

May 21 2019

By Cassell Bryan-Low, Colin Packham, David Lague, Steve Stecklow and Jack Stubbs | Video

50,000 companies exposed to hacks of 'business critical' SAP systems: researchers

May 02 2019

LONDON Up to 50,000 companies running SAP software are at greater risk of being hacked after security researchers found new ways to exploit vulnerabilities of systems that haven't been properly protected and published the tools to do so online.

Britain wants Brexit deal approved before July - May's deputy

Apr 25 2019

GLASGOW, Scotland Prime Minister Theresa May's government wants to get her thrice-defeated Brexit deal approved by parliament before the new European parliament opens in July, her de-facto deputy, David Lidington, said on Thursday.

Britain to allow Huawei restricted access to 5G network

Apr 24 2019

GLASGOW, Scotland Britain will allow Huawei Technologies a restricted role in building parts of its 5G network, seeking a middle way in a bitter dispute between the United States and China over the next generation of communications technology. | Video

U.S. to press allies to keep Huawei out of 5G in Prague meeting: sources

Apr 15 2019

WASHINGTON/LONDON The United States will push its allies at a meeting in Prague next month to adopt shared security and policy measures that will make it more difficult for China's Huawei to dominate 5G telecommunications networks, according to people familiar with the matter and documents seen by Reuters.

Britain rebukes Huawei over security failings, discloses more flaws

Mar 28 2019

LONDON Britain publicly chastised China's Huawei Technologies for failing to fix long-standing security flaws in its mobile network equipment and revealed new "significant technical issues," increasing pressure on the company as it battles Western allegations that Beijing could use its gear for spying. | Video

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