DJI says its drones do not collect or automatically share any user data.
Fifty-five pages of texts between Fox News host Sean Hannity and former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort make their way online.
More Chinese tech companies have been blocked from buying US components.
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder say they were able to send fake emergency warnings to thousands of phones.
Huawei, which still expects to make $100 billion in revenue this year, would take Trump's call.
The social media giants have been asked to testify before the House Homeland Security Committee.
Dish Networks is reportedly considering the $6 billion purchase.
The search giant says it will end its partner agreements if it finds that third-party content providers are scraping the web for lyrics.
The existing inventory of Huawei laptops is back in Microsoft stores.
Huawei is also objecting to its ban in the US, saying its equipment is not a threat to national security.
The tool hides race indicators in police reports to help city prosecutors make unbiased decisions about who to charge with crimes.
More rules for ride-hailing companies will limit how often their vehicles can be empty while driving around Manhattan.
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