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Intel, Qualcomm and Google are cutting off business with Huawei

It seems that USA-China trade war has really started now: America was the land of free trade … precisely until it is not anymore. https://www.androidauthority.com/intel-qualcomm-huawei-988011/ Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Xilinx have reportedly moved to stop supplying Huawei. Google has also suspended business with Huawei in the wake of the ban. https://techcrunch.com/2019/05/20/several-chip-companies-including-qualcomm-and-intel-have-reportedly-stopped-supplying-huawei-after-blacklist/ According to Bloomberg, semiconductor

8 Strategies to Develop a New Product – Hackster Blog

https://predictabledesigns.com/product-development-strategies/ There are multiple ways for you to develop a new physical product and bring it to market. However, the strategy that is best for you depends on your specific experience, your product, your team, and your finances. Keep in mind that there is no strategy to develop a product that is best for everyone

Why Most Blockchain Projects Are Bullshit – magic. – Medium

https://medium.com/helloitsmagic/why-most-blockchain-projects-are-bullshit-2e3918439270 And How to Spot the Ones That Aren’t This is a good overview to blockchains and mountains of bullshit talk circulating around it: “The key to separating uses with promise from bullshit projects is asking what can onlybe done with the specific features blockchains provide, and whether those things are worth doing or having.

5 causes of burnout in the workplace

https://www.fastcompany.com/90230417/5-causes-of-burnout-in-the-workplace Have you noticed any recent changes in your coworkers? Burnout can happen to any employee in any company–even in the best work environments. Burnout tends to occur when someone in your team encounters at least one of these five circumstances listed in this article.

Google hit with €4.3bn Android fine from EU – BBC News

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-44858238 Google has been fined a record €4.34bn ($5bn; £3.9bn) over Android. The firm’s parent Alphabet has been given 90 days to change its business practices or face further penalties. The European Commission said the firm had used the mobile operating system to illegally “cement its dominant position in general internet search”.