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  • Xiaomi issued a statement regarding being added to the U.S. government's blacklist

    Xiaomi issued a statement regarding being added to the U.S. government's blacklist

    After HUAWEI, it looks like Xiaomi has also stumbled upon something that doesn't look nice with the U.S. Last week, it was reported that Xiaomi has been added to the country's government’s blacklist, which means that U.S. investors will not be allowed to purchase shares from the Chinese company. However, unlike HUAWEI, Xiaomi will still able to import and use technologies from the U.S. without a need for a license. Following the news, Xiaomi has issued a statement on the matter as follows:

  • It looks like HONOR is now welcome by the US after signing a deal with Microsoft

    It looks like HONOR is now welcome by the US after signing a deal with Microsoft

    After leaving HUAWEI and becoming an independent brand, HONOR's future is now brighter without limitations brought by the trade ban. The company has now signed a deal with the US's tech giant Microsoft to get the official license of Windows 10 for the upcoming 2021 laptop lineup. Let's read on to find out more details!

  • FCC is now asking telecom providers in the US to remove all equipment from HUAWEI and ZTE

    FCC is now asking telecom providers in the US to remove all equipment from HUAWEI and ZTE

    As if HUAWEI hasn't suffered enough consequences from the trade ban, a new issue has come with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made an official announcement to order telecom providers in the United States to remove all equipment from HUAWEI and ZTE. The announcement was posted by FCC's official Twitter account on 11 December.

  • MediaTek applies for exemption from the ban to continue work with HUAWEI

    MediaTek applies for exemption from the ban to continue work with HUAWEI

    Not only the U.S. is banning HUAWEI to have any affiliation with the country's companies, but companies from other corners of the world are being affected as well. Earlier, it has been reported that HUAWEI is not able to manufacture the Kirin chips anymore due to their chip supplier TSMC being pressured by the ban. Now, MediaTek is facing the same problem as well. However, it looks like the chip manufacturer is not going to give up working with HUAWEI, as they applied for an exemption from the ban.

  • Is Facebook going to remove Donald Trump’s post?

    Is Facebook going to remove Donald Trump’s post?

    You might be wondering who is the lady in the cover photo. Well, she is Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook. Earlier this month, US President Donald Trump posted a video about children being “immune” toward the COVID-19, and now the video has been removed from his page by Facebook.

  • Samsung announced the first Android 11 One UI 3 beta program for developers

    Samsung announced the first Android 11 One UI 3 beta program for developers

    After launching various products at the Unpacked Event that happened last night, Samsung has made an exciting announcement today regarding the One UI. The company will start to test the Android 11 One UI 3 starting with a pre-beta program.

  • A way to chat with Keanu Reeves himself in a private Zoom call

    A way to chat with Keanu Reeves himself in a private Zoom call

    Keanu Reeves is an A-list celebrity that always keeps his profile low. The man doesn't have any social media accounts and would like to keep his life as private as possible when he's not on the silver screen. Now, it is reported that he will be on a Zoom call with a person who bids the highest in a charity drive. Therefore, not only you're doing it for a good cause, but you'll get to meet your favourite celebrity too.

  • China's Beidou navigation system that competes against GPS will be completed soon

    China's Beidou navigation system that competes against GPS will be completed soon

    The tension between China and the U.S. is acknowledged by many in the world, especially from the trade sanctions. To reduce the reliance on the Global Positioning System (GPS) run by the U.S. Air Force, China has developed its own navigation network and it is set to be completed by this month. The project is not a new one as the country has been working on it for almost twenty years.

  • Facebook announced Venue to take on Twitter

    Facebook announced Venue to take on Twitter

    Earlier today, Facebook recently unveiled a new app called Venue, which was made to take on Twitter when it comes to events as it is able to display user interactions during the event via hashtags. However, it is best to take note that the app isn’t focused on fan commentary which is quite different compared to Twitter.

  • US President in talks with TSMC and Intel on moving manufacturing plant to the US

    US President in talks with TSMC and Intel on moving manufacturing plant to the US

    Based on a statement by ithome.com, it seems that the president of the United States is currently in talks with TSMC as well as Intel on opening factories to the US. But that’s not all, they are also keen on having Samsung expand to the US market as well.