Any Wei But Huawei – Todo sobre Android 421



Huawei atrapado en los EE. UU., Asus Zenfone 6 – Huawei no puede hacer negocios en los EE. UU. Y se desató el infierno – ¿Por qué Lenovo reprodujo un video de renderizado realizado por fanáticos de Moto Razr en un evento de prensa? – Asus ZenFone 6 se ha presentado y es un buque insignia sólido y de precio moderado – Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 cambia el aspecto y el interior del original – Minecraft Earth es AR para las masas, trayendo la caja de arena al mundo – Se han filtrado detalles sobre los cambios que Samsung está realizando en el diseño del Galaxy Fold: Tor Browser para Android es estable y está disponible en Play Store. Lee nuestras notas del programa aquí. – Jason – Sphaera ($ .99) – Steven – Hangar – Michael – Abstruct – Ron – Dramatización (GRATIS) – Presentadores de la encuesta de esta semana: Jason Howell, Ron Richards Invitados: Michael Fisher, Steven Zimmerman Suscríbase a todo sobre Android arriba.

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18 comentarios

  1. Can't trust Israel and China. Biggest tech thieves

  2. Bro ur stupid greedy selfish adverts at start put me off straight away!

  3. I agree with Ron Richards. I think "Admiral Trumpadoto" has awoken a (rarely) sleeping giant. He's concerned about foreign influence in the United States? Really, Comrade Trumpkin? ?

  4. I am always surprised this show doesn't get more thumbs up's. This is in my top 5 shows.

  5. Steven is on fire, literally, when you see it.

  6. I swear ppl trust Commies more than a democratic country ?

  7. Wtf is wrong with Google Play Music? It's not finding my Mp3 files anymore.

  8. Are you going to sell your Huawei phone ❓

    ✔️Yes

    ❌No

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  10. China, India, Africa, South America and even Europe may support the development of a open system similar to Android that will run on non ARM and Intel architecture.

    However timing seems really the issue here…

  11. You gotta admire the Don. Nobody fucks with him.

  12. Looove this episode

    Look up the Realme X! $250! Oled, popup camera, same sensor as the OP7 Pro.

    Did I say.. $250!? c'mon! why isn't anyone talking about this?!? lol

  13. I see the new Google Glass Pro being possibly great for riding Motorcycle/Bicycle being like a heads up display. Android Auto for motorcycles.

  14. Can't wait for Huawei to release a new OS, getting bored by android and ios. It's time to move over…

  15. I've repeated this 10x today, so I guess one more couldn't hurt.

    There is one thing that none of the stories have stated so far about the Huawei case that it seems lots of people are missing. Or at least it's not being talked enough about.

    Huawei's main market is still China. Losing the ability to expand internationally and having to retract back exclusively inside China, or at least among chinese allied only countries, would be a huge setback for Huawei, and would effectively stop it's growth, but the company still would be very far from closing doors. In fact, they'd probably still hold a top 5 position in sales. Apple could surpass it, but not sure if any other would. That's just how big the chinese market is.

    And one thing people have to understand is that in China, Google services just aren't there to begin with. It's a completely other ecossystem… Huawei has it's own app store there. Every smartphone manufacturer has their own, plus huge telecoms like Baidu or Tencent. Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Google Maps… none of those matter there. People don't use those.

    Because of the governmental firewall censorship and how US companies were blocked off for decades there, all the services we understand as commonplace, chinese use chinese made versions of them. You will probably only have heard about them if you lived in China, know chinese people, have an understanding of modern chinese culture. Baidu, Tencent, WeChat, QQ, Youku, Weibo, Taobao, Qihoo 360… it's a whole list of apps, services and tech giants that you never heard of because you don't live there, but that chinese people have been using since the beginning because they didn't go through the same Android evolution path that we did.

    Put it in perspective – Huawei is number one in China, and China has a middle class population that is above the size of the entire US population. Really. Sometimes people forget that China has almost 5x the population of US. Samsung is tiny in China, as is Apple. Both are in the single digit percentage mark for the chinese market. Huawei, Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo… those are the big recognizable brands there.

    Ok, with that said, there are two main worries apparently. The legality of using AOSP. That would affect mostly international sales. It's an open source project, so it doesn't matter if one country or another considers it illegal to use without a contract, inside China it is still gonna be used one way or another. Even if Huawei or some other chinese company has to copy the entire source code and give it another name, branching it out completely and finding a way to evolve by themselves from that point on, that's how it could potentially go. Breaching or not having this contract that is needed with Apache is something that would affect only, if it came to that, international sales. But hopefully, it doesn't come to that.

    Another big worry that came out today that I didn't consider is about ARM. That is problematic. Huawei can replace, if they didn't already, almost every component on the smartphone, chips, OS, apps and whatnot to chinese counterparts if necessary. Some of those would be downgrades, but still good enough to function as a modern smartphone.

    But chip architecture is a real problem, because we've been reliant mostly on US or US allied companies architectures – ARM and Intel's x86. There's one open source project for chip architecture – RISC V – but it's nowhere near what current flagships have with ARM.
    This would affect things in the future to be clear, because nothing the US does right now can affect current contracts. So it's something that would affect the ability of chinese SoC manufacturers, like Huawei's HiSilicon, from continuing development of their chips that uses a licensed ARM architecture. Still, this is another thing that could branch out. After all, it's proprietary, but it's still a contract. HiSilicon, Mediatek, Allwinner and other chip manufacturers that uses ARM architecture could get together, take what they already have, and start doing development from that point on, outright stealing whatever they have from ARM.

    In general though, people have to pray this is gonna be a move like what happened to ZTE – that it eventually gets back to normal. Because something else people doesn't seem to be considering much out of this is – retaliation. I don't think people understand enough that if the chinese government decides to retaliate by putting sanctions against US companies, preventing chinese companies from doing business with the US, the consequences could be far worse for the US, and then worldwide – well, at least allied countries.

    To be clear, it'd be equally bad and end up with several companies going bankrupt and closing doors in China too, but remember – the US is selling license agreements, tech, research and other stuff to China, plus usage of apps, services, intellectual properties and whatnot for chinese companies to do business worldwide.
    China is the only country that has mass production output, logistics infrastructure and manufacturing ability to supply US and worldwide demand, period. Most of it via Foxconn. This is way more important than what most people think.

    Huawei and other chinese smartphone manufacturers would have a huge problem going around this ban to continue operations, most definitely. They have a lot of money to throw around, and they actually have lots of specialists and R&D in the country… but it'd still come at a very high cost to develop this all inside China and it's allied countries.
    The US and it's allied countries developing mass manufacturing, logistics infrastructure, having the manpower to come around all that, and propping and updating manufacturing ability – that would be waaaaay harder, if not outright impossible. We're not talking about years of development and focused attention anymore, we're talking about decades and the kinda of money that even the US doesn't have. No country has.

    And then there are all the businesses, corporations and whatnot that are already inside both countries. The US has a massive presence inside China, and China has a massive presence inside the US, even though lots of people don't seen to notice it. Chinese investment groups or billionaires have bought hotel chains, Hollywood studios, tech companies and a whole bunch of other businesses in the US. Like Motorola's mobile division via Lenovo, but several more in several other areas. Did you know, for instance, that AMC (The Walking Dead), the Waldorf Astoria, General Motors and Legendary Entertainment are all owned by chinese investment groups?

    I don't even wanna think about this, it'd be an economic setback worldwide that we're just not prepared to deal with… it'd be several times worse than the worst global market crisis.

  16. LOVE my charging pads.

  17. when will moto decide on another name. 15 years of recycling the same name makes me think of the T9 phone when "Razr" is said.

  18. great show! thank you

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