News roundup: ZTE still in no man's land, Huawei likely next

A roundup of the week’s technology news including Tesla’s insider threat, McAfee 2020, and self-parking boats.


ZTE still in limbo

Despite President Donald Trump’s ‘personal favor’ to Chinese President Xi Jinping to get ZTE up and running again, the Senate has approved a bill which includes an amendment to reimpose the export ban on the Chinese giant.

Huawei will be watching the situation closely. US Senator Marco Rubio tweeted that ZTE poses a ‘significant threat’ to US national security.

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Dan Swinhoe

Dan is a journalist at CSO Online. Previously he was Senior Staff Writer at IDG Connect.

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