The US government has started to ease its ban on domestic companies doing business with Huawei,

The US government has started to ease its ban on domestic companies doing business with Huawei, stating that some firms will be licensed to supply the Chinese giant. Huawei has been frozen out of the US device and telecoms equipment markets for several years, and earlier this year was effectively blacklisted by Washington on national security grounds. Amazon Prime Day deals: see all the best early offers right here.body .hawk-widget{–trd-blue:#2f6e91;width:100%;letter-spacing:normal;}._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:16px 0;}@media (min-width:600px){._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{margin:0;min-height:128px;float:right;clear:none;width:50%;}.fancy_box_body ._hawk.subtitle~.hawk-widget[data-widget-type=price]{float:none;width:100%;}}.icon~.hawk-widget{clear:both;} The ruling limited Huawei’s access to components and meant its handsets would no longer receive updates for the Android operating system from Google or access to its popular applications. Although Huawei is building its own operating system and produces its own components (it already makes its own Kirin processors), the absence of key services like Google Maps and the ...

The best and worst merch from the 2020 presidential candidates

There are already more than 20 candidates campaigning for the 2020 election, which means the American people have a lot of policy positions to research, a lot of campaigns to follow, and of course, a lot of merch to consider purchasing. In hopes that everyone is far too busy reading up on the candidates and the issues they stand for to check out each online merch store, I’ve taken the liberty of doing it for you. Though there’s certainly more to an election than merch, a candidate’s online shop can be very telling. Some candidates offer merch for babies and pets, despite them being unable to vote, which is kind. Others feature hideous color schemes and ridiculous puns on their sites. From mortifying accessories to shirts so good you’ll want to order them in bulk, here’s a look at all the merch on the 2020 campaign trail so far. To kick things off let’s get the most mortifying merch out of the way. Candidates, if you’re reading this list I’m not saying all of your merch is bad, but I will admit certain items had me shaking my head at my screen wondering if you even really WANT to be president. First up? John Delaney, who perhaps has...