A US proposal to further restrict sales to Huawei has encountered objections within the Trump administration and is being held up as officials debate whether the step could harm exporters.
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US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said new rules are coming soon that will put more limits on US companies supplying China’s telecommunications leader Huawei Technologies.
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Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai has left no doubt about how important he thinks artificial intelligence will be to humanity.
Google engineers said a tool Apple developed to help users avoid Web tracking is fundamentally flawed and creates more problems than it solves.
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