Late last month, the world woke up to the news that the U.S. has nuked China by arm twisting Google into stopping Huawei from using its (Google’s) proprietary software on their devices. More on that here.
On the surface, one may be quick to call out the Trump administration trade wars against China, give Huawei is undoubtedly in the lead in the race for 5G network deployment across the world. The Chinese telecommunication giant has also ousted Apple (a U.S. company) from the second position in global smartphone vendor.
So it won’t be out of place for one to think the Trump administration is simply on its MAGA campaign in interfering with the market just to give American companies the upper hand. However, before you conclude that, you might want to look at a set of evidence put forth by the PhoneRadar summing up all the allegation U.S. lawmakers have put forth against Huawei:
When Huawei was caught with hands in the cookie jar
PhoneRadar say Huawei has been caught with its hands deep inside the cookie-jar as early as the 2000s when hackers from …read more