Huawei says its own operating system could be ready this year if it can’t use Google or Microsoft

Huawei could have its own operating system for smartphones and laptops ready for use in China by fall this year, the head of the company’s consumer division told CNBC. That meant Huawei would no longer be able to license the version of Google’s Android operating system that’s complete with all of the U.S. firm’s services. Huawei has said in the past that it has its own operating system waiting in the wings if it were to be permanently blocked from Google and Microsoft software. However, Yu said


Huawei could have its own operating system for smartphones and laptops ready for use in China by fall this year, the head of the company’s consumer division told CNBC. That meant Huawei would no longer be able to license the version of Google’s Android operating system that’s complete with all of the U.S. firm’s services. Huawei has said in the past that it has its own operating system waiting in the wings if it were to be permanently blocked from Google and Microsoft software. However, Yu said
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Huawei says its own operating system could be ready this year if it can't use Google or Microsoft

Huawei could have its own operating system for smartphones and laptops ready for use in China by fall this year, the head of the company’s consumer division told CNBC. Still, he stressed that would only happen if the company were completely stopped from using Google’s and Microsoft’s software. The Chinese technology giant was placed on a U.S. blacklist that required American firms to get permission from the government before selling anything to Huawei. That meant Huawei would no longer be able to license the version of Google’s Android operating system that’s complete with all of the U.S. firm’s services. However, Washington granted a temporary 90-day reprieve for Huawei, which will allow it to continue using American technology — for now.

Huawei has said in the past that it has its own operating system waiting in the wings if it were to be permanently blocked from Google and Microsoft software. Now, one of the company’s top executives has told CNBC that the operating system could be ready by the fourth quarter of this year, with a version for its markets outside of China available in either the first or second quarter of 2020. “Today, Huawei, we are still committed to Microsoft Windows and Google Android. But if we cannot use that, Huawei will prepare the plan B to use our own OS,” Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, told CNBC on Thursday. If Huawei isn’t allowed to use Android, it could be damaging because the phones won’t have the Google Play Store where consumers can download apps. Instead, users would need to find other ways to install their favorite applications.

However, Yu said Huawei’s own app store, known as the App Gallery, would be available on its own operating system. The App Gallery is installed on Huawei’s devices currently, but Google’s Play Store is often the default app store for consumers. The Huawei executive stressed that Huawei’s own operating system would only be rolled out if the company were permanently blocked from using Google or Microsoft products. “We don’t want to do this but we will forced to do that because of the U.S. government. I think the U.S., this kind of thing, will also not only be bad news for us, but also bad news for the U.S. companies because we support the U.S. business, so we will be forced to do this on our own,” Yu said. “We don’t want to do this but we have no other solution, no other choice.”

Challenges

There are several challenges that could face Hauwei’s own operating system. Firstly, Huawei will need to make its own software have a user experience that can match Google and have the “versatility of collection of apps,” according to Neil Shah, a research director, at Counterpoint Research. Secondly, making apps secure will be key. “Ensuring security of apps is paramount which involves scanning and certification of apps for the store which is a humongous task and could be challenging and resource intensive. The last thing Huawei would want is privacy or security issues plaguing the offering,” Shah told CNBC.

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EU regulator launches probe into Google over data privacy

Ireland’s data privacy watchdog on Wednesday announced the launch of an inquiry into Google over the tech giant’s collection of data when it comes to online advertising. The Data Protection Commission, which acts as the lead supervisory authority for Google in the European Union, said its probe would examine whether Google’s processing of data in advertising transactions breaches the bloc’s privacy rules. A Google spokesperson said, “We will engage fully with the DPC’s investigation and welcome


Ireland’s data privacy watchdog on Wednesday announced the launch of an inquiry into Google over the tech giant’s collection of data when it comes to online advertising. The Data Protection Commission, which acts as the lead supervisory authority for Google in the European Union, said its probe would examine whether Google’s processing of data in advertising transactions breaches the bloc’s privacy rules. A Google spokesperson said, “We will engage fully with the DPC’s investigation and welcome
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EU regulator launches probe into Google over data privacy

Ireland’s data privacy watchdog on Wednesday announced the launch of an inquiry into Google over the tech giant’s collection of data when it comes to online advertising.

The Data Protection Commission, which acts as the lead supervisory authority for Google in the European Union, said its probe would examine whether Google’s processing of data in advertising transactions breaches the bloc’s privacy rules.

“A statutory inquiry pursuant to section 110 of the Data Protection Act 2018 has been commenced in respect of Google Ireland Limited’s processing of personal data in the context of its online Ad Exchange,” the regulator said in a statement Wednesday.

A Google spokesperson said, “We will engage fully with the DPC’s investigation and welcome the opportunity for further clarification of Europe’s data protection rules for real-time bidding. Authorized buyers using our systems are subject to stringent policies and standards.”

Brussels last year introduced sweeping new privacy reforms known as the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, which gave Europeans new powers in how they can control their data. Such powers include the right to find out how companies use their data, as well as the ability to force firms to destroy their data.


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Google reverses decision to cut ties with Huawei after US eases trade restrictions

Alphabet Inc’s Google said Tuesday that it plans to work with China’s Huawei over the next 90 days, shortly after the U.S. temporarily eased some trade restrictions on the world’s second-largest smartphone maker. The move marks a sudden and dramatic turnabout for the U.S. tech conglomerate. On Sunday, Google said it would cut ties with Huawei in order to comply with Washington’s decision to put China’s telecom giant on the so-called Entity List. However, shortly thereafter, the U.S. Commerce Dep


Alphabet Inc’s Google said Tuesday that it plans to work with China’s Huawei over the next 90 days, shortly after the U.S. temporarily eased some trade restrictions on the world’s second-largest smartphone maker. The move marks a sudden and dramatic turnabout for the U.S. tech conglomerate. On Sunday, Google said it would cut ties with Huawei in order to comply with Washington’s decision to put China’s telecom giant on the so-called Entity List. However, shortly thereafter, the U.S. Commerce Dep
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Google reverses decision to cut ties with Huawei after US eases trade restrictions

Alphabet Inc’s Google said Tuesday that it plans to work with China’s Huawei over the next 90 days, shortly after the U.S. temporarily eased some trade restrictions on the world’s second-largest smartphone maker.

The move marks a sudden and dramatic turnabout for the U.S. tech conglomerate. On Sunday, Google said it would cut ties with Huawei in order to comply with Washington’s decision to put China’s telecom giant on the so-called Entity List.

However, shortly thereafter, the U.S. Commerce Department announced it had granted a 90-day license for mobile phone companies and internet broadband providers to work with Huawei to keep existing networks online and protect users from security risks.

The exemption allows Google to send software updates to Huawei phones which use its Android operating system through to August 19.

“Keeping phones up to date and secure is in everyone’s best interests and this temporary license allows us to continue to provide software updates and security patches to existing models for the next 90 days,” a Google spokesperson told CNBC in an email on Tuesday.


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Italian regulators launch probe into Google over abuse of market dominance

Italy’s antitrust authority announced Friday it has opened an investigation into Google over alleged abuse of its dominant market position. The competition watchdog said the probe relates to Google’s alleged abuse of its position in the smart device market. In a press release, originally in Italian, the Italian Antitrust Authority said it had approved the initiation of a preliminary proceeding against Alphabet Inc., Google LLC and Google Italy S.r.l., collectively referred to as Google. The auth


Italy’s antitrust authority announced Friday it has opened an investigation into Google over alleged abuse of its dominant market position. The competition watchdog said the probe relates to Google’s alleged abuse of its position in the smart device market. In a press release, originally in Italian, the Italian Antitrust Authority said it had approved the initiation of a preliminary proceeding against Alphabet Inc., Google LLC and Google Italy S.r.l., collectively referred to as Google. The auth
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Italian regulators launch probe into Google over abuse of market dominance

Italy’s antitrust authority announced Friday it has opened an investigation into Google over alleged abuse of its dominant market position.

The competition watchdog said the probe relates to Google’s alleged abuse of its position in the smart device market.

In a press release, originally in Italian, the Italian Antitrust Authority said it had approved the initiation of a preliminary proceeding against Alphabet Inc., Google LLC and Google Italy S.r.l., collectively referred to as Google.

The authority confirmed that officials carried out inspections Thursday in some of the companies concerned.

The antitrust authority claims Google had refused to integrate the “Enel X Recharge” app, developed by Enel, in its Android Auto app.


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Google replaces its Bluetooth security keys because they can be accessed by nearby attackers

Google found a security issue that could give an attacker access to a users’ device based on a tool meant to keep it secure, the company disclosed Wednesday. The Titan Security Key is meant to provide an additional layer of protection for users hoping to prevent their accounts from being taken over by phishing attacks. While Google said the issue does not interfere with the key’s ability to protect users from a remote phishing attack, it still reveals a significant gap in the device’s security.


Google found a security issue that could give an attacker access to a users’ device based on a tool meant to keep it secure, the company disclosed Wednesday. The Titan Security Key is meant to provide an additional layer of protection for users hoping to prevent their accounts from being taken over by phishing attacks. While Google said the issue does not interfere with the key’s ability to protect users from a remote phishing attack, it still reveals a significant gap in the device’s security.
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Google replaces its Bluetooth security keys because they can be accessed by nearby attackers

Google found a security issue that could give an attacker access to a users’ device based on a tool meant to keep it secure, the company disclosed Wednesday.

Google is offering free replacements of its Bluetooth Low Energy Titan Security Keys after it found that anyone within about 30 feet could communicate with the key and its paired device while a user tried to activate the key or pair their devices.

The Titan Security Key is meant to provide an additional layer of protection for users hoping to prevent their accounts from being taken over by phishing attacks. While Google said the issue does not interfere with the key’s ability to protect users from a remote phishing attack, it still reveals a significant gap in the device’s security.

The flaw could undermine Google’s recent messaging around privacy and security, which has become a hot issue in Silicon Valley. Google CEO Sundar Pichai penned a New York Times op-ed earlier this month advocating for the democratization of privacy after unveiling a host of new privacy features at Google’s developer conference.

Google recommended continuing to use the affected keys until their replacement arrives. As an extra precaution, users should use the keys when they aren’t near other people who may try to gain access to their devices, then immediately unpair the key after signing on, Google said. However, iOS users who have updated the version 12.3 will not be able to sign into any accounts linked to the key until they receive a replacement, according to Google. The company advised staying logged onto accounts on iOS devices until the new replacement arrives.

Google said that only BLE versions of the keys are affected. Devices with a “T1” or “T2” on the back are eligible for the free replacement by visiting google.com/replacemykey.

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Cohesity 2019 Disruptor 50

He took a job at Google when it was just starting out and sold the shares he was given for a sizeable sum. Rather than relax, he used the money to help co-found Nutanix, a cloud computing software company that went public in 2016. Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50The San Jose-based firm empowers companies to back up, manage, store, and tease out insights from their data and apps. Like Nutanix, Cohesity is bringing the concept of hyperconvergence to the data center. It looks like Aron has hi


He took a job at Google when it was just starting out and sold the shares he was given for a sizeable sum. Rather than relax, he used the money to help co-found Nutanix, a cloud computing software company that went public in 2016. Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50The San Jose-based firm empowers companies to back up, manage, store, and tease out insights from their data and apps. Like Nutanix, Cohesity is bringing the concept of hyperconvergence to the data center. It looks like Aron has hi
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Cohesity 2019 Disruptor 50

There are entrepreneurs who struggle to start one successful company. Mohit Aron has launched two. He took a job at Google when it was just starting out and sold the shares he was given for a sizeable sum. Rather than relax, he used the money to help co-found Nutanix, a cloud computing software company that went public in 2016. That’s when he began working on his second startup—Cohesity.

Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50

The San Jose-based firm empowers companies to back up, manage, store, and tease out insights from their data and apps. So far, it’s raised more than $400 million from investors such as Sequoia Capital, Cisco Investments, and SoftBank Vision Fund. The company is already valued at more than $1 billion.

Like Nutanix, Cohesity is bringing the concept of hyperconvergence to the data center. It’s just focusing on the part that’s known as secondary storage—the backups, analytics, and archival information. In January, it launched the Cohesity Anti-Ransomware Solution which offers a broad set of capabilities to prevent, detect, and respond to ransomware attacks, among the biggest security threats companies face today.

It looks like Aron has hit another start-up homerun with Cohesity. The company says it has quadrupled the size of its customer base and saw a 300% increase in revenues in fiscal year 2018. Last year it was also selected by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer for its ability to “transform society and industry” and “share the fourth industrial revolution.” Former Pioneer recipients include Google, Twitter, and Airbnb.


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Honda forecasts 6% rise in annual profit on Europe factory revamp

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Honda forecasts 6% rise in annual profit on Europe factory revamp

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Wendy’s quarterly revenue beat estimates

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Wendy's quarterly revenue beat estimates

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How to force Google to automatically delete the information it saves about what you do online

Google has begun rolling out a feature that allows you to configure how long it can save data from all of the Google services you use, like maps, search and everything you do online. Until now, you had to manually delete this data or turn it off entirely. Deleting it means Google doesn’t always have enough information about you to make recommendations on what it thinks you’ll like, or where you might want to go. Now, you can tell Google to automatically delete personal information after three mo


Google has begun rolling out a feature that allows you to configure how long it can save data from all of the Google services you use, like maps, search and everything you do online. Until now, you had to manually delete this data or turn it off entirely. Deleting it means Google doesn’t always have enough information about you to make recommendations on what it thinks you’ll like, or where you might want to go. Now, you can tell Google to automatically delete personal information after three mo
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How to force Google to automatically delete the information it saves about what you do online

Google has begun rolling out a feature that allows you to configure how long it can save data from all of the Google services you use, like maps, search and everything you do online.

Until now, you had to manually delete this data or turn it off entirely. Deleting it means Google doesn’t always have enough information about you to make recommendations on what it thinks you’ll like, or where you might want to go.

Now, you can tell Google to automatically delete personal information after three months or 18 months. Here’s how you can do that.


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Google cracks down on ads tracking you across the web, and advertisers are preparing for the worst

Google said it would be updating its Chrome browser to give users more information about how they’re being tracked across the web using cookies. The new Chrome feature was one of several Google announced Tuesday to show it’s a proponent of consumer privacy. And industry players wondered whether Google might give its own tracking preferential treatment while boxing out other players. Some experts wondered whether Google will have to play by the same rules as third-party advertisers, and whether i


Google said it would be updating its Chrome browser to give users more information about how they’re being tracked across the web using cookies. The new Chrome feature was one of several Google announced Tuesday to show it’s a proponent of consumer privacy. And industry players wondered whether Google might give its own tracking preferential treatment while boxing out other players. Some experts wondered whether Google will have to play by the same rules as third-party advertisers, and whether i
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Google cracks down on ads tracking you across the web, and advertisers are preparing for the worst

Google said it would be updating its Chrome browser to give users more information about how they’re being tracked across the web using cookies.

The changes, among other moves in the digital world toward more privacy features, will likely have deep implications for how some advertising players target consumers online.

The new Chrome feature was one of several Google announced Tuesday to show it’s a proponent of consumer privacy. Apple has also tried to position itself as a champion for consumer privacy for its device owners. It recently unveiled a new version of its anti-tracking tool Intelligent Tracking Prevention, cutting a first-party cookie’s lifespan to track your browsing history. Apple has also highlighted its privacy features in commercials and billboard ads.

But Google’s changes could be a blow to other digital marketing companies, many of which use cookies to target ads and see whether they’re performing. And industry players wondered whether Google might give its own tracking preferential treatment while boxing out other players. Some players say they’re relieved about the immediate changes, but are preparing their businesses for a world where cookie usage is lessened.

“We are making a number of upcoming changes to Chrome to enable these features, starting with modifying how cookies work so that developers need to explicitly specify which cookies are allowed to work across websites — and could be used to track users,” Google engineers wrote in a blog post on the Chrome changes

Chrome will enable users to clear all of those cookies, while not affecting single domain cookies, which preserve things like logins and settings. Users will also be given clear information about which sites are setting these cookies “so users can make informed choices about how their data is used,” the post said.

In the post, Chrome developers also said the browser would more aggressively restrict “fingerprinting” — which they define as harder-to-detect methods of user tracking that subvert cookie controls — across the web, in part by “reducing the ways in which browsers can be passively fingerprinted, so that we can detect and intervene against active fingerprinting efforts as they happen.”

Some experts wondered whether Google will have to play by the same rules as third-party advertisers, and whether if Google cookies were blocked, the browser would still be able to track a user using their Google ID if they were logged in.

A Google spokesperson said the measures will apply to everyone, including Google.

But industry players like Dataxu CEO Mike Baker said he was worried whether Google might give its own ad tech business a free pass for being operated under the same brand. Dataxu is an advertising tech company that runs digital and linear TV advertising using data and analytics.

“Do Google’s self-defined rules of the road favor companies like Google that combine a consumer-facing business with an ad tech business (giving their own ad tech business a free pass because its operated under the same brand)?” Baker wrote in an email to CNBC. “And especially given the recent experience with Facebook, how do we know that Google or any other Big Tech company is actually doing what they say they are doing?”

A Deutsche Bank analyst said in a note in late March that Google could “inflame already high antitrust concerns if it does something in Chrome,” AdExchanger reported at the time.

Google wouldn’t provide any further details around how users would be shown information about cookies, or exactly how the information would be phrased.


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