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Microsoft and Intel Promise They Won’t Abandon Huawei Devices Running Windows

Softpedia Tuesday, 25 June 2019
Microsoft and Intel Promise They Won’t Abandon Huawei Devices Running WindowsAn executive order signed by United States President Donald Trump in mid-May bans Huawei from working with American companies and using their products, including here both hardware and software. With Huawei using Android and Windows to power its phones and PCs, many wondered whether existing customers would still be receiving any updates following the company getting blacklisted in the United States. And while the ban did not concern models already on the market, some companies turned to decisions that pointed to an at least uncertain future for Huawei devices, including laptops running Windows 10. Microsoft originally pulled all Huawei computers from the Microsoft Store, but the software giant overturned this decision a couple of weeks later explaining that
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