Pocketnow Daily: Google WARNS the US that Huawei Ban is a mistake! (video)
The annual Amazon Father’s Day sale is here with Alexa, Kindle, and Fire TV deals
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Multi-cam support in iOS 13 allows simultaneous video, photo, and audio capture
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Samsung still stuttering about the Galaxy Fold, says it should come soon
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Xbox Project Scarlett details at E3 2019: Disc drive confirmed, plus 8K graphics
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Huawei Oak OS Android alternative coming with Mate 30?
According to a new report, Huawei is coming out with their own OS. The Hongmeng OS for China and Oak OS for the rest of the world will reportedly be launched in August or September which concludes with the launch of the Mate 30 Pro.
Story of the day:
Google: the Huawei ban itself is a national security threat to the U.S.
Google just warned the US that their Huawei ban is actually a national security threat instead of a positive thing. To start, we’re talking about 350 million existing Huawei phones that won’t be getting Android security updates. Another problem is that allowing Huawei to have its own OS would hurt the dependency on Android and hurt American companies in the long run. According to a Reuters report a “modified-android based Huawei OS” would be more susceptible to hacks as well. In the meantime Facebook has removed their apps to come pre-installed in Huawei devices, but people with Huawei phones are fine.
Do you agree with Google or not that it’s not a good idea to ban Huawei?