Trump Says He’ll Relax Sanctions on Huawei as Part of Trade Talks With China

Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, met during the Group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan and reached a “cease-fire” in the ongoing U.S.-China trade war that will “remove some curbs on Huawei Technologies Co. buying high-tech equipment from the U.S.,” the Wall Street Journal reported. Read More >>

Report Claims Google Could Be Pulling Huawei’s Android License

Google has halted some of its business operations with Huawei, Reuters reported Sunday, dealing a devastating blow to the Chinese telecommunications company. Read More >>

Builders Promise No More Toolbelt Honeys at Tradeshows

The operators of the UK Construction Week trade event have been rudely snapped into the reality of 2018, and, in an attempt to stop it all kicking off at this year's event, have assembled a code of conduct for exhibitors that explicitly warns against bunging loads of models into bikinis and having them parade around holding power tools incorrectly and unsafely for the amusement of trade attendees. Read More >>

UK Borrows Posh Bit of Knitting From France

The UK is about to announce something positive to do with Europe, it seems, with sources suggesting a crack team of negotiators has wangled a loan of the Bayeux Tapestry for a future generation of British school children to trudge along and look at. Read More >>

How to Sell Your Unwanted Christmas Gadgets and Tat

Did you get a pile of poorly targeted presents this year? Or worse still, ironic gifts that were lined up for the bin before the fake smile on your face had faded? Poor you. Read More >>

Instagram Bans Drug Tags Over Fears it’s Becoming a Yellow Pages for Illegal Trade

Instagram isn't just for sharing photos of your sushi like you're the first person in the world to eat something other than a cheese sandwich for lunch. Its users have also been uploading photos of drugs and tagging them, in the hope of conducting illegal deals through the service. Read More >>

China May Remove Decade-Long Ban on Home Video Game Consoles

China, which banned dedicated video games machines in the year 2000 to protect the brains and minds of its little children, might be about to relent and lets its population play consoles again. The news led shares in Sony and Nintendo to explode upwards like a familiar old video game barrel. Read More >>