Google Openly Makes Acer Cancel A New Smartphone Press Conference

Google Openly Makes Acer Cancel A New Smartphone Press Conference

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Google Openly Makes Acer Cancel A New Smartphone Press Conference: Dow Jones: Alibaba said that Acer "was notified by Google that if the product runs Aliyun OS, Google will terminate its Android- related cooperation and other technology licensing with our partner....We regret Google's action." So much to say on this....
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