Chinese tech company ZTE violated U.S. sanctions against North Korea and Iran by selling devices with American parts to those countries. In response to the violations, the U.S. imposed high fees on ZTE. There were news reports that additional fees would force the company to go out of business, but last week President Trump negotiated down the fines to a level that wouldn't end the company. We discuss what the deal means for the tech industry.
We'll also look into yesterday's repeal of net neutrality by the FCC and the latest in tech releases.