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This week, the US made life difficult for Huawei and its US suppliers.

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The administration of US President Joe Biden continues the policy of Donald Trump, tightening policy on Huawei. The United States has imposed stricter conditions on some companies that previously obtained export licenses to do business with a Chinese company.

According to SCMP, the US government has introduced new restrictions on components used in or with 5G devices. The new ban went into effect this week, according to insiders.

With the introduction of these rules, the Biden administration introduced new export restrictions on components such as semiconductors, antennas, and batteries for 5G-enabled Huawei devices.

Several US companies have previously received licenses allowing them to continue supplying components to the Chinese tech giant Huawei. These components could even be used to build 5G devices. Prior to this, the Trump administration placed Huawei, along with other Chinese companies, on a trade blacklist that required U.S. firms to obtain a license to trade with the brand.

According to William Reinsch, senior adviser to the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the United States is working to correct the mistakes of the previous administration. However, the facts indicate that Biden is only continuing the Trump cause.

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Tickets bought Berries. Aviasales bought the yagodki.rf domain and set up a redirect from it to its website

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Tickets bought Berries Aviasales bought the yagodkirf domain and set

Today we already wrote that the retailer Wildberries filed an application for registration of the Yagodki trademark – the company renamed its official website to Yagodki for just a day as part of a marketing campaign, but this became the most discussed event of the week. It was logical to assume that Wildberries also had plans for the corresponding domain, but here everything clearly did not go according to the marketplace scenario: “berries.rf” is already registered and leads to a very specific resource.

Tickets bought Berries.  Aviasales bought the yagodki.rf domain and set up a redirect from it to its website

After Wildberries changed its name to “Berries”, Aviasales, in the wake of the Internet hype, renamed itself “Tickets”. But the air ticket search engine went even further – it bought out the yagodki.rf domain and set redirects to its main site. So now, by going to “berries.rf”, you automatically get to the main Aviasales (which will obviously be called “Tickets” for a long time). It turns out that whoever is first, he ate the “berry”.

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The Honor 70 is finally coming out of China. Sales in Europe will start on September 2

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The Honor 70 is finally coming out of China Sales

Honor introduced the Honor 70 series smartphones in early June in China, and only now, two months later, the devices are finally making their global debut: in Europe (Germany), early pre-orders are already available (prices not announced, but for those interested in buying they promise 10- percentage discount), and Malaysia has already announced the cost – $ 450 for the version with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of flash memory. Open sales in Malaysia will start on August 26.

The Honor 70 is finally coming out of China.  Sales in Europe will start on September 2

Honor 70, recall, is equipped with a 6.67-inch OLED screen with Full HD resolution and a frame rate of 120 Hz. The smartphone also received a 32-megapixel front camera and a main one with sensors with a resolution of 54 (Sony IMX 800), 50 and 2 megapixels. The battery has a capacity of 4800mAh and supports 66W fast charging. The hardware basis of the Honor 70 is the Snapdragon 778G Plus single-chip system, the software is Android 12 with the Magic UI 6.1 interface.

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Xiaomi sets records: the number of MIUI users has reached 547 million

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Xiaomi sets records the number of MIUI users has reached

Today, Xiaomi released its financial report for the second quarter of 2022. Among other things, it provides interesting statistics on the proprietary MIUI shell.

Xiaomi sets records: the number of MIUI users has reached 547 million

According to Xiaomi, the total number of monthly active users in the second quarter successfully broke the record, reaching 547 million. The statistics take into account users from all over the world, not just in China.

If we take into account only China, then in July the number of monthly active users reached 140.2 million, also a new record high.

In total, there were 17.8 million new MIUI users worldwide and 4.6 million in China in the second quarter.

Recall that in November 2021, Xiaomi announced the overcoming of MIUI milestone of 500 million worldwide.

The official debut of MIUI took place in the summer of 2010, in August. The history of MIUI began with hundreds of beta testers. And five years later, in 2015, the number of users exceeded 100 million. Then growth began to accelerate. The company reported 200 million users in 2018 and 300 million in 2019. As of January 2021, the number of MIUI users worldwide has exceeded 400 million.

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