“Americans are generally unfamiliar with Huawei because the U.S. government has tried to keep the company out of the market. Around the world, however, Huawei and a few Western companies are vying to become the preferred backbone of the world’s wireless infrastructure. It’s a huge business, and it’s core to every country’s national security.” Alexis Madrigal in The Atlantic: America’s Cold War With Chinese Tech Turns Hot.

+ Huawei Is Blocked in the US, But Its Chips Power Cameras Everywhere.