Temporary General License buys time for Chinese tech giant, customers, suppliersThe US government on Monday gave Huawei permission to obtain technology from American organizations so that the Chinese giant can continue to maintain existing deployments of its products around the world, and push US-sourced software updates to people's phones.Last week, Uncle Sam banned Huawei and dozens of its affiliates from sourcing American components and code for its equipment, effectively cutting the Middle Kingdom manufacturer off from US-designed chips, software, and other components.By placing Huawei on a so-called Entity List, the US government required American organizations to get export licenses before doing any further business with the Chinese corporation, thus bringing chunks of the equipment maker's supply chain to a sudden shuddering halt.That meant Huawei phones already out in people's hands, or base stations and other networking kit deployed in the field globally, would be cut off from software updates and repairs and other parts that originated from America – such as Android operating system and app updates, or electronics.The ramifications were potentially huge: crucial telecommunications equipment out in the wild couldn't be easily repaired, security patches couldn't be issued, and so on.
The US Commerce Department has temporarily lifted the ban on American businesses working with Huawei - allowing software updates to continue.The license rolls back the restrictions from the goverment and will allow Google to continue working with Huawei, allowing the Chinese brand to keep using Android in the same manner as before until August 19, according to Reuters.While this is good news for Huawei, the temporary rescinding of the ban really only allows the brand more time to prepare for the launch of its next handsets and develop the Android Q update for its current smartphones.Given we're not expecting the next flagship phone, the Huawei Mate 30, until later in the year, this lifting doesn't relieve fears that the brand will struggle without having full access to the Android operating system.Reuters previously reported that the US Commerce Department was considering a temporary lowering of the ban, in order for networks currently using Huawei equipment to maintain important services for consumers - essentially, this gives more time for them to feasibly come up with alternatives.
Now that Huawei has been banned from accessing parts of Google's Android mobile operating system after the US government placed the company on a trade blacklist, it's as good a time as any for Huawei to speed up development towards its own mobile operating system.Even if Huawei can develop an amazing mobile operating system of its own, it would still need to convince app developers to bring popular apps to Huawei's own mobile app store.The Chinese telecoms company Huawei has been banned from accessing parts of Google's Android mobile operating system after the US government placed the company on a trade blacklist.While it's not an all-out ban of Huawei devices, the blacklisting would affect future Huawei devices, and could mean that current Huawei phones will stop getting Android updates.Without Android, Huawei phones could be nothing more than doorstop made of glass and silicon chips.In order to prepare for a potentially Android-less future, Huawei is said to be developing its own mobile operating system to run on its smartphones.
Huawei had its Android license cut off by Google over the weekend thanks to a US government order.But Chinese users appear to be rallying around the company, with social media posts on Weibo and Douyin showing strong support for Huawei, according to What’s On Weibo.The debate over Huawei and national security was thrust back into the spotlight over the weekend, when, as part of a US government order, Google revoked Huawei’s Android license, which cuts the company’s phones off entirely from most Google apps and services.It’s less of a problem for users in China, given nearly all Google services don’t function in China anyway, but the move is far more problematic for Huawei’s efforts to expand beyond its Chinese customer base to places like Europe and the US.Per What’s On Weibo’s report, Chinese customers are posting in support of Huawei with declarations that they’ll continue using their Huawei phones or to purchase their next device from the company in the future.Hashtag campaigns for “Huawei Doesn’t Need to Rely on America for its Microchips” ( 华为芯片可以不依赖美国供应链 ) and “Huawei’s Self-Developed Operating System Hong Meng” ( 华为自研操作系统鸿蒙 ) were also trending on Weibo, highlighting that Huawei already develops many of its own components for its phones, as well as the in-house operating system that Huawei has been developing for just this sort of circumstance.
This new light probe is not radioactive and works on living organisms such as mice that carry the tumor cells.The technique requires tagged tumor cells, two jabs and a camera.The results are published in Nature Methods.Take a mouse with a tumor tagged with luciferase.Twenty-four hours later, inject a second compound that is designed to react only with the first under very specific conditions."We wanted to develop a tool to help create more effective cancer treatments," explains EPFL chemist Elena Goun of Laboratory of Bioorganic Chemistry and Molecular Imaging who led the study.
Global stocks slumped today after Google blocked parts of its business with Huawei, sparking fears of an escalation in the trade war between the US and China.Google today confirmed it had suspended Huawei’s access to its Android operating system after US President Donald Trump blacklisted the Chinese company over fears it could be a vehicle for state-sponsored spying.The move, which could cripple Huawei’s global business, sparked a tech stock sell-off, dragging the Nasdaq down 1.2 per cent in early trading.The New York Stock Exchange FANG+ index, which tracks the tech sector, fell more than 2.5 per cent.Chipmakers Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx and Broadcom all told employees they will not supply Huawei until further notice, Bloomberg reported, while phone parts producer Lumentum confirmed it was halting shipments to the firm.German semiconductor firm Infineon also suspended trading with Huawei, according to Nikkei Asian Review, suggesting Washington’s crackdown on the tech firm could have implications beyond the US.
Update 3: May 20, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.ET: The U.S. Commerce Department has created a temporary 90-day license that restores Huawei’s ability to provide software updates to existing Huawei handsets.ET: The short answer: Wait.There’s no question that this entire situation is a mess for most of the parties involved — least of all consumers who may be caught unwittingly in a global trade war they care nothing about.In this context, “business” means sell or give any products created in the U.S. to Huawei.Huawei’s mobile devices rely on the Android operating system from Google, as well as hardware components from U.S. chipmakers.
In an effort to prepare for Windows 7's End of Life early next year, South Korea has revealed that all of its government computers will soon make the switch from Windows to Linux.The official Windows 7 End of Life is set for January, 14 2020 and Microsoft has said that it will provide support for up to three years after that date though companies will need to pay.However, for governments such as South Korea which depend on Windows 7, the cost of extended support could quickly become too high to manage.For example, support for Windows Enterprise users using Windows 7 for the first year after the End of Life date will cost $25 per device.This price rises to $50 per device for year two and $100 for year three.Windows 7 end is coming - and Microsoft wants to make it easier to upgrade
Chinese telecoms company Huawei has been banned from accessing parts of Google's Android mobile operating system after the US government placed the company on a trade blacklist.Chine telecoms company ZTE was previously blacklisted by the US government after it was discovered the company violated existing sanctions against North Korea and Iran.Eventually, the US eased sanctions against ZTE in exchange for a $1 billion fine, as well as a shake-up in management and allowing a US compliance team to oversee activities.Google has stopped providing updates of its Android software to China's Huawei, the world's second-largest smartphone maker, after the US government placed Huawei on a trade blacklist.Google's ban could have a massive impact on Huawei's mobile business.Without future updates and other crucial components of Google's Android operating system, Huawei's future smartphones could become expensive paperweights to existing owners rather than useful — and even great — smartphones.
Google has banned Chinese tech firm Huawei from accessing some updates to Android, the most widely used mobile operating system in the world.Huawei is the second-biggest phone maker in the world behind Samsung, and the restriction is probably a death knell to its smartphone business outside China.Unless Google u-turns, Huawei will have to create its own Android fork without critical Google apps and services, or build a fully proprietary alternative.Google has just dealt one of the biggest smartphone makers in the world a crippling blow.The company has revoked Chinese tech giant Huawei's Android license, meaning the firm is now limited to using Android Open Source Project (AOSP), the barebones and Google-free version of Android.The move follows the Trump administration effectively barring Huawei from doing business with US firms.
German chipmaker Infineon has reportedly suspended shipments to Huawei, becoming the latest firm to cut ties with the Chinese telecoms giant.Infineon’s decision to stop deliveries comes after the Trump administration blacklisted Huawei, which is the world’s second largest smartphone maker after Samsung, and Google restricted the company from some updates to the Android operating system.US companies can not do business with firms on the blacklist unless they have a licence, however Infineon’s shipment suspension indicates that the crack down is beginning to affect suppliers in other countries.Nikkei Asian Review reported today that Infineon will hold meetings this week to discuss the situation and make assessments.Other chipmakers including Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx and Broadcom have told employees they will not supply Huawei until further notice, Bloomberg reported today.A spokesperson for Xilinx said: "We are aware of the denial order issued by the US Department of Commerce with respect to Huawei, and we are cooperating.
I find it hard to see any winners, " says Daniel Djurberg, telekomanalytiker at Handelsbanken.the Decision applies to certain supplies of hard - and software and was announced after US president, Donald Trump declared a state of national emergency telecommunications directed at chinese companies.According to unconfirmed sources, the stop is mean that Huawei is isolated from the operating system Android, which, according to Daniel Djurberg, would be immediately devastating for föreget which is the world's second largest manufacturer of smart phones.Even the popular services and apps that the Google Play Store and Gmail is reported to disappear from the upcoming Huaweimodeller– It is the fastest growing phone manufacturer in the world with around 150 million phones in volume and very strong models even in the premium segment.If you no longer have a global operating system and access to the Google Play Stores huge range so they lose their relevance.
Google made headlines yesterday when it reportedly cut business ties with Huawei as part of a U.S. government order.The news means the Chinese manufacturer loses access to Android system updates, as well as Google services in future devices.Huawei has now issued a response to the matter, but it also leaves several questions unanswered at this time.Read: HiSilicon — What you need to know about Huawei’s chip design unit“Huawei will continue to provide security updates and after-sales services to all existing Huawei and Honor smartphone and tablet products, covering those that have been sold and that are still in stock globally,” the company said in an emailed statement to Android Authority.Will this software ecosystem include Huawei’s plan B operating system that it’s been working on over the years?
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It appears that over 21,000 Linksys routers have been leaking sensitive data about what devices have connected to them – including MAC addresses, device names and what operating system they use.Perhaps most worryingly, information about whether or not the default admin passwords have been changed on the router has also been made accessible.The leak was spotted by Troy Mursch last week, and it affects a large number of Linksys router models, including the Linksys AC3200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router, the Linksys MAX-STREAM series and the Velop range of Mesh Wi-Fi routers.You don’t want your router making any details about the devices you use public, but the fact that this leak offers up such detailed device connection histories is very troubling.Knowing the MAC address of a device such as a smartphone would allow people to track the device as it connected to different networks.Meanwhile, leaking the device name could give attackers personal information that could help identify you – for example, if the device name contains your name.
The spiritual successor to the Windows GUIMicrosoft has made numerous updates to its Azure Portal, partly to accommodate new features announced at its Build developer conference, and partly in an attempt to improve the user interface.The Azure Resource Graph Explorer lets you query Azure resources using the Resource Graph Query Language, based on Microsoft’s KQL (Keyword Query Language), and then pin the results to the Portal dashboard as tables or charts.Some resources support opening in a new tab, now including resource groups (collections of your Azure services that are managed together) and subscriptions.Microsoft is trying to make life easier for developers who want to kick the tires on AKS without tangling with Helm Charts, packages of YAML (YAML Ain’t Markup Language) files which describe a set of Kubernetes resources.Deployment Center is a wizard, running in the portal, which automatically builds a pipeline in Azure DevOps (formerly Visual Studio online) that will deploy your containerised application to AKS and rebuild it automatically when you commit code changes (Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery).
Google will pull Play Store and other services from future shipments of Huawei mobile phones.If you've got a Huawei phone in your pocket, you can still get updates to your apps but future devices shipped by the world's second largest handset maker will not get access to the latest Android operating system or Google services like Play Store, Gmail and YouTube.For users of our services, Google Play and the security protections from Google Play Protect will continue to function on existing Huawei devices."The news will be a huge blow to Huawei's international ambitions to be the number one mobe seller by 2020.Apple's iPhone sales fell 23 per cent to 40.2 million in the same quarter."Huawei has created highly competitive hardware but Google services and Android OS are still critical to consumers in international markets," tech analyst Canalys said this morning.
Google has affirmed that its Google Play app store will continue to function for existing Huawei device users, following reports that the US company will suspend business with the Chinese telecoms giant, which last week was added to a US trade blacklist.Huawei Technologies and over 70 affiliates were added to the US Commerce Department’s Entity List last week on national security grounds, restricting the Chinese company from buying parts and components from US companies without government approval.“We are complying with the order and reviewing the implications,” said a Google spokeswoman.“For users of our services, Google Play and the security protections from Google Play Protect will continue to function on existing Huawei devices.”Google’s statement follows a Reuters report on Monday that the US internet giant had halted business that requires the transfer of hardware, software, and technical services to the Shenzhen-based firm, currently the world’s second-largest smartphone supplier behind Samsung and reliant on Google’s Android operating system.Google’s compliance with the US order would mean that future Huawei devices will lose access to Google services including the Google Play app store, as well as popular apps such as Gmail and YouTube.
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Huawei suffered a massive blow to its business, as Google has reportedly suspended most of its partnerships with the Chinese smartphone maker for its future products.The Department of Commerce recently added Huawei to its “Entity List,” prohibiting the company from acquiring parts and components from U.S. companies without the approval of the U.S. government, which filed criminal charges against the Chinese telecommunications giant in January.Officials told Reuters that the decision will make it difficult, if not impossible, for Huawei to sell some products due to its reliance on U.S. suppliers.A few days later Reuters, citing sources familiar with the matter, reported that Google is cutting off most of its business with Huawei.The Chinese company will instantly lose access to updates for the Android mobile operating system, which powers its smartphones.In addition, its future Android devices will not be able to offer services such as the Google Play Store and apps such as Gmail, Chrome, and YouTube.