雖然美國和中國關係持續緊張，華為亦成為貿易禁令的對象，不過最近 Qualcomm 就仍然與華為簽訂長期專利協議，相信將可以舒緩華為因美國禁令而難以獲得手機核心元件的困局。
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As a result of its US trade ban, Huawei got its Android revoked and thus it won’t be able to use Google Play Services (the Google Play Store included) on phones that haven’t been already certified. This means that the company needs to look elsewhere for its software.
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Advertising has a time and a place, and the place is never on the lock screen of a smartphone you paid a lot of money for. As if Huawei didn’t need more negative publicity right now, the company has seemingly begun allowing advertisements for Booking.com on the lock screens of several of its phones.
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On a summer evening in 2004, as the Supercomm tech conference in Chicago wound down, a middle-aged Chinese visitor began wending his way through the nearly abandoned booths, popping open million-dollar networking equipment to photograph the circuit boards inside, according to people who were there.
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Canberra: In early 2018, in a complex of low-rise buildings in the Australian capital, a team of government hackers was engaging in a destructive digital war game.
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