The U.S. government added 77 more companies to the Entity List, banning the firms from trading with U.S. companies without a license, The firms include chipmaker SMIC and popular drone maker DJI.
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Google has put out a warning to owners of newer Huawei devices against sideloading its apps. Google has been banned by the U.S. government from including its apps on Huawei devices since last year.
Things are looking to get even more difficult for Huawei as the U.S. government is planning on putting more restrictions on companies that are still supplying components to the Chinese company.
Making good on its promise, at Tesla's multi-billion dollar 'Gigafactory' in Shanghai, the company delivered its first batch of 'Made in China' Tesla Model 3 cars to its employees today.
Microsoft has been granted a license by the United States Department of Commerce to sell "mass-market" software to Huawei, a company that's currently banned from doing business with U.S. companies.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has issued Huawei with a three-month extension which will allow the company to do business with U.S. companies. The license still only allows limited business.
ARM's legal company gave the verdict that the company can continue supplying chip technology to Huawei since the origin of it will not breach U.S. trade restrictions and sanctions.
Huawei's latest flagship, the Mate 30, was unveiled yesterday in Germany. Huawei CEO Richard Yu later confirmed that Google apps would be pushed to the phone "over one night" if the U.S. ban lifts.
In an interesting development, Microsoft President Brad Smith has said that Huawei is being treated unfairly by the U.S.; he believes the Chinese firm should be allowed to purchase U.S. tech freely.
The company is considering it for the upcoming 2020 consensus in Russia and as a pilot project for the potential launch of the Russian operating system on Huawei tablets in the future.
The founder of Huawei Technologies advises in an internal memo that a substantial restructuring and reorganization of the company is needed to size up against its inclusion in the Entity List.
In the latest stage of the Huawei-U.S. saga, it is being reported that the Chinese firm will be laying off hundreds of U.S. workers, employed at its R&D subsidiary Futurewei Technologies.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has confirmed that U.S.-based firms will be able to apply for licenses to sell tech to Huawei. However, the Chinese firm will remain on the entity list.
Yesterday, US President Donald Trump stated that Huawei could now purchase products from US suppliers again. However, it has now been clarified that this doesn't apply to all goods as of yet.