Shona Ghosh, provided by Published 6:49 am CST, Tuesday, January 29, 2019 Reuters The US on Monday charged the Chinese phone giant Huawei with trying to steal trade secrets from T-Mobile, among other crimes. One Justice Department indictment includes internal emails between Huawei's US and Chinese employees who prosecutors said were trying to copy a T-Mobile device-testing robot. The emails read like a comical spy movie, with one set of employees trying to avoid wrongdoing and another engineer getting caught putting part of the robot into his bag. Huawei said that it hasn't violated any US laws and that it already settled with T-Mobile in a civil lawsuit. The US on Monday charged the Chinese phone giant Huawei, Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, and a couple of affiliates with bank and wire fraud and theft of trade secrets. The two indictments are the latest development in a saga that exploded when the Canadian government arrested Meng in December at the request of … [Read more...] about Huawei is accused of attempting to copycat a T-Mobile robot, and the charges read like a comical spy movie
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Asia Pacific Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Asia Pacific | China’s Ambassador to Canada Blames ‘White Supremacy’ for Feud Over Arrests Supported by ByRaymond Zhong Jan. 10, 2019 BEIJING — China’s ambassador to Canada has said that “Western egotism and white supremacy” were behind calls for Beijing to release two detained Canadians, further straining relations between the countries after the arrest in Canada last month of a Chinese technology executive. The ambassador, Lu Shaye, wrote on Wednesday in an op-ed for The Hill Times, an Ottawa-based newspaper, that Canadians were applying “double standards” to the cases. Some Canadians, he wrote, argued that their country was merely enforcing the law when it arrested Meng Wanzhou, the finance chief of the Chinese technology giant Huawei, but insisted … [Read more...] about China’s Ambassador to Canada Blames ‘White Supremacy’ for Feud Over Arrests
Nov 11, 2:56 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Susan Oliver Nelson 11/11/18 AT 2:50 PM Searching through cell phone carriers’ plans for the most cost-effective plans can be a challenging and exhausting process.Fortunately, most of the carriers’ sites have improved user experience (UX) and plans that have become more transparent. Breaking down Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T plans can provide consumers with a better understanding of which plan will best suit their needs. AT&T Unlimited & More Price: 1 line = $70/month, 2 lines = $125/month, 3 lines = $145/month, 4 lines = $160/month; prices are with AutoPay discount and exclude taxes and feesUnlimited talk, text and high-speed data, which may be slowed during times of congestionGet 30+ channels of live TV with WatchTV ( See the channel lineup)$15 monthly credit toward DirecTV Now480p DVD-quality … [Read more...] about What Is The Cheapest Phone Carrier? A Look At Verizon vs. T-Mobile vs. AT&T Plans
Updated 3:45 pm PST, Monday, November 5, 2018 Small herd of Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) on the tundra, Mackenzie Mountains, Yukon, Canada. (Photo by DeAgostini/Getty Images) Small herd of Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) on the tundra, Mackenzie Mountains, Yukon, Canada. (Photo by DeAgostini/Getty Images) Photo: DeAgostini/Getty Images FILE - In this Aug. 12, 2009, file photo, caribou migrate in the Porcupine River Tundra in the Yukon Territories, Canada. A decision by Canadian wildlife officials means that caribou will no longer inhabit a small portion of the Lower 48 states. After decades of trying to reintroduce the animals into Idaho and Washington, Canadian officials have decided to relocate six remaining survivors in the United States farther north into Canada. less FILE - In this Aug. 12, 2009, file photo, caribou migrate in the Porcupine River Tundra in the Yukon … [Read more...] about Mountain caribou in lower 48 states being sent to Canada
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Canada Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByIan Austen July 8, 2018 CHESTERVILLE, Ontario — Inside garage-sized containers at one end of a cavernous warehouse in a former Nestlé factory south of Ottawa are rows of marijuana plants stacked atop each other, basking in the unearthly glow of grow lights. They belong to Hamed Asi, an Ontario businessman who calls them his “vertical farm.” He has no background in growing marijuana, or in any kind of agriculture. His other line of business is installing office furniture; cubicles, filing cabinets and desk chairs fill the opposite end of the warehouse. A financial boom not seen since the dot-com mania of the late 1990s has overtaken Canada. The legalization of recreational marijuana, scheduled for this autumn, is not only a momentous social change and public health challenge, but also a rare … [Read more...] about Legal Marijuana Is Coming to Canada. Investors Catch the Buzz.