Is a tech Cold War upon us?

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


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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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