Anonymous, 22 Nov 2019or Microsoft could just move out of the US - there's plenty of places to move to.Yes, I'm sure 87,000 Microsofties would easily emigrate if asked *facepalm*
Anonymous, 22 Nov 2019Huawei is doomed long live Nokia lololex nokia employees are working with huawei. that is reason why they have a good algorithm on their camera because that was made by the ex-nokia camera module teams.
The key take away in this is, MS, Huawei nor the Commerce department explained and they all refused to answer questions on how/where MS's licenses cover in detail. If the licenses covers all, why refuse to answer questions?
Office suites? Windows 10? Azure cloud servers?
MarkusLeto, 22 Nov 2019It would be funny if their Android devices get banned for good because they're security threat... moreI suspect the non-tech savvy people at the US checking the Google licence request is still scratching their heads not understanding what Android is or how it works? XD
It would be funny if their Android devices get banned for good because they're security threats but the office Matebook computers are not. It's still probably down to the fact that they don't pose much of an economic threat because of smaller volumes (aka not a threat to Apple computers)?
Anonymous, 22 Nov 2019You do realize that Huawei has Matebook line sold in US right?The Matebook is a great product to! OwO
or Microsoft could just move out of the US - there's plenty of places to move to.
Nah, it's more for Microsoft than for Huawei, if they really want, it would be the chips not the software. Pirated Windows is just all too common, it's for MS to collect the license fees from the OEMs as MS could or would not collect the fees from the pirated windows users.