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IFA 2018 #IFA18 will be upon us in a couple of weeks. The event will be kicking off from the 31st of August to the 5th of September in Berlin, Germany and it should be host to a ton of new product announcements from companies, ranging from mobile devices to smart home appliances, and more.We would like to thank our IFA 2018 main sponsor, Lenovo. They will surely have interesting […]

ZTE's First Smartphone After U.S. Ban To Be Launched At IFA 2018
ZTE has had a tough few months. It was banned by the United States after failing to meet the conditions of an earlier settlement in a sanctions violation case. The company had ceased core operations not long after the ban was slapped. The way was ultimately cleared for ZTE to return to business after it agreed to a fine and management shuffle. Its first new smartphone after this entire ordeal […]

President Trump Bans Government Use Of Huawei And ZTE Devices
It’s no secret that lawmakers and agencies in the United States view Huawei and ZTE products as security threats to the United States. There have been repeated calls to ensure that their products aren’t used by government officials. President Trump has now signed a law banning the U.S. government and government contractors from using devices made by these two Chinese manufacturers.

Politicians Warned Not To Use Devices Made By Huawei Or ZTE
In recent times there seems to be a lot of scrutiny on Chinese companies such as Huawei and ZTE, where US lawmakers have warned companies not to use their products. In fact earlier this year Huawei’s plans to make a big entrance into the US was dashed when major US carriers reportedly pulled out of the deal with them.

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ZTE Reaches Deal With U.S. To Lift Ban
An export ban was imposed on China-based ZTE several weeks ago by the Department of Commerce in response to the violation of an earlier settlement in a sanctions violation matter. U.S. companies were no longer allowed to sell products to ZTE which meant that the company was no longer able to source processors from Qualcomm for its smartphones. ZTE ceased its business operations soon after and worked hard to settling […]

White House Warns ZTE Against Making One More Misstep
The past couple of months have no doubt be a very trying time for Chinese company ZTE, where they were hit with a ban from sourcing components from US companies. This almost resulted in the company being forced to shut down as it crippled its operations majorly, but as you might have heard, ZTE managed to work out a deal with the US government.

U.S. Lifts ZTE Ban For $1 Billion
The United States Department of Commerce banned ZTE from sourcing components from companies based in the country as punishment for not sticking to the terms of an earlier sanctions violation settlement. This meant that the smartphone manufacturer couldn’t source processors from Qualcomm and was thus effectively tripled. ZTE was actively involved in negotiations with the government to try and find a way around the ban. The Commerce Department has announced […]

ZTE May Pay $1.7 Billion In Penalties To The U.S.
Chinese telecommunications company ZTE was recently banned by the U.S. Department of Commerce from sourcing components from companies based in the United States as punishment for going against the terms of a sanctions violation settlement a couple of years before. This means that among other components, it can no longer source chips from Qualcomm for its smartphones. ZTE has been trying to get the ban relaxed and according to a […]

U.S. Agrees To Lift ZTE's Crippling Ban
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced a ban on China’s ZTE a couple of weeks ago that effectively crippled the company. Among other products, ZTE makes Android-powered smartphones and primarily sources chips from Qualcomm. The company was banned from sourcing components from companies in the U.S. for 7 years which meant that not only could it no longer get processors from Qualcomm, it might have lost its Android license as […]

President Trump's Plan To Help ZTE Rejected By U.S. Lawmakers
It has been a rough few weeks for Chinese smartphone company ZTE. The United States Department of Commerce recently banned ZTE from sourcing components from U.S-based companies for seven years. What that means for this Android smartphone manufacturer is that it can no longer buy processors from Qualcomm and might even lose its Android license. ZTE has since ceased core business operations but President Trump recently said that he’s working […]

President Trump Working To Get ZTE Back Into Business
ZTE, a smartphone manufacturer based in China, was effectively put out of business after the United States Department of Commerce banned it from sourcing components from U.S.-based companies for seven years. Not only did that mean that ZTE couldn’t source processors for its smartphones from Qualcomm, it may have lost its Android license as well. For a company that makes Android smartphones powered by Qualcomm’s chips, that’s a fatal blow. […]

ZTE Ceases Main Business Operations After U.S. Ban
Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE was recently banned from sourcing components from U.S. companies by the United States Department of Commerce after it found that the company hadn’t fully complied with the terms of a settlement in a sanctions violation case that ZTE had lost back in 2016. The ban meant that among other components, ZTE could no longer source smartphone processors from Qualcomm. ZTE today confirmed that its main business […]

China Approaches U.S. To Relax ZTE Ban
The United States Department of Commerce recently banned China-based smartphone manufacturer ZTE from sourcing components from U.S.-based suppliers. This means that the company can no longer buy processors from Qualcomm and might even end up losing its Android license. The ban was placed in response to the company’s failure to completely meet the terms of the settlement in a sanctions violation case that ZTE lost back in 2016. A new […]

Huawei And ZTE Phone Sales Banned On U.S. Military Bases
Chinese company ZTE was recently banned from sourcing components from U.S.-based suppliers for seven years. The ban stemmed from a sanctions violation case that the company had previously settled. A similar investigation is now being conducted into Huawei as well which has already found it quite difficult to break into the lucrative U.S. smartphone market. Their troubles are far from over because the Pentagon has ordered retail outlets on U.S. […]