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Google restringe el uso de Android para Huawei

05/20/2019
Graphic News

May 20, 2019 -- Google ha bloqueado a Huawei algunas actualizaciones del sistema operativo Android, luego que el gobierno Trump agregó a la gigante tecnológica china a una lista de empresas que las firmas con las que las firmas estadounidenses no pueden negociar a menos que tengan una licencia.

Google allows smartphone manufacturers to use Android and its basic services for free. But transfer of hardware, software or services to Huawei or technical interaction would be restricted by the U.S. order.

That would strip Huawei phones of Google maps and other services that require direct support. That might hurt Huawei where consumers can pick other brands that carry the full suite of Google features.

The U.S. government says Chinese suppliers including Huawei and its smaller rival, ZTE Corp., pose an espionage threat because they are beholden to China's ruling Communist Party.

But American officials have presented no evidence of any Huawei equipment serving as intentional conduits for espionage by Beijing.


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