Intel, Qualcomm, Google, Microsoft
The four above are just the tip of the iceberg and probably the companies that will most suffer from the ban, but ISV like Adobe, antivirus makers, any US-based software maker on Android or Windows selling to Huawei will be affected too.
Looking at cloud-based gaming.
Software king of the world Microsoft and Sony are partnering on cloud-based gaming services in an area where they have been traditional rivals.
Will still not be around for 2020
Software King of the World Microsoft has launched new software that makes it more difficult to hack elections, detects whether a cyber intrusion has occurred and determines whether the results are compromised.
Making them easier for businesses
Software King of the world Microsoft announced new tools for software makers aimed at making technologies such as AI and blockchain easier for businesses to use.
Thanks to a cloudy future
Software king of the world Microsoft topped $1 trillion in value for the first time after executives predicted continued growth for its cloud computing business.
50-inch needs Steelcase’s Roam stand
Software King of the World Microsoft has released its Microsoft Surface Hub 2S which, for nine grand, seems to be a rather expensive whiteboard.
It is not ready yet
Software king of the world Microsoft turned down a lucrative contract installing facial recognition software in California cop cars and body cameras.
Returns to its evil Volish ways
It appears that Microsoft has returned to its old evil ways and joined the fruity cargo-cult Apple fighting against Right to Repair legislation in the US.
Yep it is still around in some official form, until yesterday
Windows XP, which has been powering machines for more than 17 years, is finally dead.
Are EU institutions following data privacy rules?
EU data protection authorities are rather concerned about deals being hatched out between Microsoft, the European Commission and other EU institutions.