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The giant U.S. internet search engine Google said Monday it is restricting China's Huawei from access to its Android operating system in compliance with the Trump administration's blacklisting of the world's second biggest smartphone maker as a national security threat.
Google said it is "reviewing the implications" of last week's order requiring export licenses for technology sales to Huawei.
The U.S. and Chinese companies said millions of Huawei phones already in use around the world would continue to have access to such popular Google services as Gmail, YouTube and maps.
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Google to Restrict Huawei From Android Operating System

Search giant says move in compliance with Trump administration's blacklisting of world's second biggest smartphone maker as national security threat

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