The US government has released a report in which it claims that Huawei and ZTE pose a national security risk and that American companies should not conduct business with the Chinese telecommunication giants. Huawei, ZTE, and the Chinese government have all flatly refused these claims, calling the reports unfounded and subjective. We'll be tracking the fallout from this investigation and any more details from the US government's claims right here.
ZTE’s probation for selling US-made products to Iran and North Korea comes to an end
Ending a five-year-long legal saga
Congress wants to block the Trump administration from weakening Huawei restrictions
If approved, any changes would need approval from Congress
Huawei will help build Britain’s 5G network, despite security concerns
Experts and policymakers are wary of letting China get involved in domestic infrastructure
Canada will let the US extradite Huawei’s CFO
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was accused of fraud
Huawei founder speaks out: ‘The US can’t crush us’
In the first interview since his daughter was arrested, Ren Zhengfei says the world needs Huawei.
US urges South Korea to move network traffic away from Chinese hardware, citing spying concerns
Seoul quietly moves away from Huawei amid concerns of cyberespionage
Huawei issues definitive statement about espionage fears: 'we have never been asked to provide access to our technology'
Huawei lashes out against 'racist' treatment and 'defamation' by governments
Huawei CEO breaks 25 years of silence to deny US espionage allegations
Ren Zhengfei says China-based smartphone maker "has no connection" to alleged cybersecurity risks
Huawei backs out of US network equipment market, citing 'geopolitical reasons'
US and China form working groups to collaborate on cybersecurity, climate change
Huawei not expecting growth in US this year as security concerns effectively freeze sales
China voices strong opposition to US cyber-espionage law
Government spokesman says limiting government purchases of Chinese IT "sends a very wrong signal"
Sprint and SoftBank promise not to use Chinese networking equipment, says lawmaker
US Congress restricts government purchase of Chinese computer equipment, citing cyber-espionage concerns
Huawei says profits increased by 33 percent in 2012, despite US security concerns
'Steve Jobs is gone. Now there is a lack of innovation' says Huawei's consumer CEO
Huawei shoots beyond Samsung's 'cheap' plastic
EU considering investigation into Huawei and ZTE's controversial trade practices
Clearwire to use Huawei equipment for LTE upgrade after government review, says Reuters
White House-ordered Huawei probe reveals no evidence of spying, says Reuters (update)
Cisco and other US tech companies lobbied for Huawei investigation, says Washington Post
China responds to United States' report against ZTE and Huawei, calls it 'subjective guesswork'
European Trade Commission temporarily delays price subsidy investigation into Huawei and ZTE
ZTE is 'disappointed' by House Committee allegations, calls for expanded investigation
Huawei responds to House Committee investigation, says evidence of concerns lacking
Huawei and ZTE pose national security risk according to US Congressional report
Australia bans Huawei from bidding on broadband network buildout due to security concerns
Huawei has been banned from bidding on a job to build out Australia's national broadband network, due to concerns from the government around cyber attacks originating from China.