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Microsoft is selling its remaining stock of Huawei laptops, and confirmed that it will continue delivering software updates if you buy one (MSFT)

Business Insider Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Microsoft is selling its remaining stock of Huawei laptops, and confirmed that it will continue delivering software updates if you buy one (MSFT)· Microsoft has resumed sales of its existing stock of Huawei laptops on its online store.
· Once the stock runs out, customers won't be able to buy Huawei laptops until something changes in the US government's decision to blacklist Huawei from doing business with US companies. 
· Crucially, Microsoft also told Business...
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