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Broadcom hit by friendly-fire in US/China trade war

Broadcom has unveiled its financial results for the last three months, though it isn’t the rosy picture some might have hoped for as ‘continued geopolitical uncertainties’ weigh heavy on the spreadsheets.

Huawei gets out of the subsea game

A filing with the Shanghai Stock Exchange has revealed Huawei will be selling its marine cabling business, the first divestment since relationships turned sour with the White House.

Apple poised to enter the foldy-phone fray

A patent for a new foldable phone has emerged in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, signalling Apple’s entry into the desperate battle for innovation.

Japan joins the anti-globalisation movement

It might not be as aggressive a position as the White House has entrenched itself in but limiting foreign ownership of strategic segments is a similar objection to globalisation.

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