Google breaks with Huawei, whose phones would be without 'app' or updates

Google has suspended the business with Huawei that require the transfer of products from hardware Y software, except those covered by open source licenses, said Reuters on Sunday quoting a source close to the matter, in what would be a new setback for the Chinese technology firm in its fight with the US Administration. And the decision comes after the government of Donald Trump included the Chinese company on a commercial blacklist, although in the case of Huawei the conflict is prior to the last tariff offensive because it extends to accusations of espionage.

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