Is a tech Cold War upon us?

A controversial opinion piece is arguing so.
Huawei, Tech, Cold War, China, Rivalry, GOOGLE, Android, US, Trump


North Korean soldiers in the Joint Security Area at Panmunjom on the DMZ between North and South Korea. Photo credit: Ben Mack

We are in the midst of a "Tech Cold War," argues a controversial opinion piece.

Writing for Bloomberg, Tim Culpan argues the continued banning of Huawei - by the likes of the US (thanks to an executive order from president Donald Trump), Google, Android, Intel, Qualcomm and more - will force China to pursue "technological independence."

The writer argues this will create competition.

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