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Seven questions we still have about Huawei’s US blacklisting

President Trump sent shockwaves throughout the tech industry last week with an executive order that declared a national emergency and barred American companies from doing business with companies deemed a national security risk. Days later, the effects have started to become apparent as companies from Google to Intel have taken …

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Huawei responds to Android ban

Fresh off the sledgehammer blow of having its Android license revoked by Google in response to US government demands, Huawei has issued its first, limited response, which leaves more questions open than it answers. In a statement emailed to The Verge, Huawei underscores its contributions to the growth of Android …

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The high and low points of Game of Thrones’ final episode

Warning: spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones’ finale, “The Iron Throne.” Game of Thrones’ finale left us with a lot to talk about. Like the rest of the eighth and final season, it moved startlingly quickly, skipping ahead weeks at a time and blitzing past some major plot points. At …

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Watch the first Westworld 3 trailer

The buildup to the hotly anticipated Game of Thrones finale featured a suitably high-profile trailer from HBO: the debut of a Westworld III video teaser. Set to air in 2020, the third season of Westworld looks like a real departure from the original two, leaving the confines of the robot-populated …

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All the questions HBO’s Game of Thrones never answered

Warning: spoilers ahead for all of Game of Thrones, including the finale. After eight seasons and 73 episodes, Game of Thrones has come to an end with the finale, “The Iron Throne.” It’s been a long road to the end, even with an abbreviated final season that felt like it …

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Intel and Qualcomm reportedly join Google in Huawei ban

Huawei’s bad weekend is turning worse as the company’s American suppliers are all falling in line with a US government edict banning them from doing business with the company. Bloomberg now reports that Intel, Qualcomm, and Broadcom, three of the world’s leading chip designers and suppliers, are cutting off their …

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