Chinese tech giant Huawei was put on a trade blacklist known as an “entity list” last year, forcing US companies to seek government permission before they can do business with the company. Photo: AP
Chinese tech giant Huawei was put on a trade blacklist known as an “entity list” last year, forcing US companies to seek government permission before they can do business with the company. Photo: AP
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Huawei offers British and Irish developers US$26 million to build apps for its new operating system

  • Chinese tech giant Huawei is trying to lure developers to build apps for its flagship phones after it was cut off from Google's services on Android
  • Huawei phones can still run Android, but the company now needs its own viable app ecosystem to replace lost Google services such as app store

Chinese tech giant Huawei was put on a trade blacklist known as an “entity list” last year, forcing US companies to seek government permission before they can do business with the company. Photo: AP
Chinese tech giant Huawei was put on a trade blacklist known as an “entity list” last year, forcing US companies to seek government permission before they can do business with the company. Photo: AP
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