President Trump's national emergency likely won't stop you from buying a Huawei phone, much less an iPhone. Here's what it means for you.
Thursday, 16 May 2019 () · President Trump's declaration of a national emergency and executive order banning tech products made by US adversaries isn't likely to affect consumers here anytime soon.
· Although the order is broad, it's widely expected to be used to target China and Chinese equipment maker Huawei.
· It likely will be applied to...
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