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  Attendants visit booths displaying computing and internet security solutions at a seminar on August 14. Việt Nam is one of the top 10 countries in terms of internet attacks in the first half of the year. — Photo ictvietnam.vn HÀ NỘI — The Authority of Information Security under the Ministry of Information and Communications has warned of two security breaches that exist in Remote Desktop Services of the Windows operation system (OS). According to the authority, the two breaches may allow hackers to attack from distance, install malware…

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Huawei buys time with its fledgling Harmony OS as it waits to see if it can still use Google’s Android

Huawei Technologies has officially unveiled its self-made operating system, saying that migrating apps from Android to the new system is relatively easy but that it would prefer to continue using Google’s Android OS on its smartphones if allowed.“Huawei’s Harmony OS is ready for smartphones anytime,” Richard Yu Chengdong, chief executive of Huawei’s consumer business group, said at the start of the company’s 2019 Developer Conference on Friday. “Migrating Android apps to Harmony is very easy… Source link

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Huawei plans to first equip its own Hongmeng OS on new smart display devices from Honor, people say

Huawei Technologies will first equip its self-developed operating system on new smart display products to be launched by budget brand Honor this weekend, according to people familiar with the situation, as the world’s second-largest smartphone vendor continues to battle the effects of being placed on a US trade blacklist.The long-awaited OS, known as Hongmeng and now seen as a potential replacement for Google’s OS after Huawei was banned from buying American-made technology, will be introduced… Source link

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Huawei’s mobile chief expects self-developed OS to be ready for market roll-out as early as year end

Huawei Technologies, the Chinese smartphone giant facing a US ban that may prevent it from installing Google services on handsets sold in overseas markets, plans to launch its own operating system compatible with Google’s Android, according to Huawei’s mobile business chief executive Richard Yu Chengdong.Huawei’s self-developed OS will be able to support a range of products and systems within its ecosystem, including smartphones, computers, tablets, TVs, automobiles and smart wear, which will… Source link

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