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Android Substitute Showcased Live on Huawei Mate 30

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Huawei has slightly expanded its testing coverage for its “proprietary replacement” for Android, the HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system. Demonstrations of the new platform have appeared online.

The proprietary EMUI 11 is used as a shell, which can be adapted for both Android and the new HarmonyOS. Devices with HarmonyOS can closely interact with each other, in particular, there is a close connection between the smartphone and the TV. The OS is fully developed by Huawei and supports Android applications.

 

Interestingly, feedback from HarmonyOS test takers has begun to appear on the social network Weibo, noting that the platform is not Android-based at all, as previously suspected. However, as seen in the demo, Android apps run smoothly and quickly on a smartphone.

 

Huawei has already published the open source OpenHarmony project on the Gitee platform, the local Chinese equivalent of GitHub.

At the moment, testing is being carried out on a small number of developers and partners. In December, the beta version of HarmonyOS 2.0 (in China – Hongmeng OS 2.0) on Huawei P40, P40 Pro, Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro and MatePad Pro. And recently came the turn of Huawei P30 and Mate 30 Pro 5G.

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AppStore Blocked Coinbase Wallet App Update

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AppStore Blocked Coinbase Wallet App Update

Bitcoin exchange Coinbase has disabled the ability to send NFTs in its Coinbase Wallet iOS app following Apple’s demand for a 30% gas fee.

AppStore Blocked Coinbase Wallet App Update

You might have noticed you can’t send NFTs on Coinbase Wallet iOS anymore. This is because Apple blocked our last app release until we disabled the feature. ????

— Coinbase Wallet (@CoinbaseWallet) December 1, 2022

The developers of Coinbase Wallet have stated that a new version of their application will not be released until they agree to pay 30% transaction fees through the Apple payment system.

“Apple claims that the gas required to send NFTs must be paid through their In-App Purchase system so they can receive 30% [комиссии] from the commission,” wrote Coinbase.

Coinbase representatives tried to convey to Apple that this is technically impossible, since such operations take place on the basis of the blockchain, the technology of which is not supported by the App Store payment system.

“The biggest impact of this change is on iPhone users who own NFTs. […] Apple just made it much more difficult to transfer them to other wallets and give them to friends or family,” the statement said.

Coinbase admitted that this was a mistake on Apple’s part and called for negotiations.

MetaMask co-founder and former Apple employee Dan Finley has criticized the tech giant for “abusing its monopoly.” Moreover, he stated that his company is ready to abandon the Apple ecosystem if the AppStore does not change its mind.

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Samsung once again showed everyone how it should be. The company updated Android for the very budget Galaxy A01 from 2019

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Samsung continues to show other market players how to update smartphones. This time, the cheapest smartphone of the company, which was released three years ago, received a new version of Android.

Samsung once again showed everyone how it should be.  The company updated Android for the very budget Galaxy A01 from 2019

We are talking about the Galaxy A01 model, based on Snapdragon 439 and released with Android 10. The novelty, however, did not receive Android 13, but only Android 12 with the One UI 4.1 shell, but for such a smartphone this is still a very significant update. Usually manufacturers first of all stop supporting the most budget devices.

Interestingly, the Galaxy A01 owners in Uzbekistan were the first to receive the update.

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Statcounter: Windows 10 market share dropped below 70% for the first time, and Windows 7 still doesn’t give up

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The market share of Windows 10 dropped below the 70% mark for the first time, according to the updated Statcounter report for November. Over the past month, the share of Windows 10 has decreased by 1.49%. It was logical to think that the share of Windows 11 would also increase by the same amount, but this is not so.

Statcounter: Windows 10 market share dropped below 70% for the first time, and Windows 7 still doesn't give up

The share of Windows 11 in November really increased, but only by 0.67% – up to 16.12%. Where did the rest go? Incremental Windows 7! The well-deserved Microsoft OS keeps the fighting spirit and does not give up: in November, its share increased by 0.62% – up to 10.24%.

The shares of Windows 8.1 and Windows 8 are 2.54% and 0.79%, respectively. As for Windows XP, which ended support 8 years ago, it now has 0.4% of the market.

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