Google cuts ties with Huawei following trade blacklisting

Google has reportedly suspended its licenses and product-sharing agreements with Chinese communications giant Huawei, as Washington accuses the company of spying for Beijing. The Silicon Valley tech giant has cut its business deals with Huawei that involve the transfer of hardware and software, Reuters and the Verge report. Following the move, Huawei will likely lose access to Android operating system updates, and its forthcoming smartphones will be shut out of some Google apps, including the Google Play Store and Gmail apps. The Chinese firm, however, will still have access to the open source version of the Android operating system.Also on Intel, Qualcomm halt chip supplies to Huawei – reports “We are complying with the order and reviewing the implications,” a Google spokesperson confirmed in a brief statement. "For users of our services, Google Play and the security protections from Google Play Protect will continue to function on existing Huawei devices." Also on ‘Mass surveillance is exactly what the US does’: Dotcom points out glaring irony of Huawei banWashington repeatedly accused Huawei of installing so-called ‘backdoors’ into its products on behalf of the Chinese government. The heads of six US intelligence agencies warned American citizens against using Huawei products last year, and the Chinese company’s phones were banned from US military bases shortly afterwards.Huawei denies all accusations of spying. Nevertheless, the US Commerce Department added Huawei to its blacklist on Thursday, after President Donald Trump ...Read more

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