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Google has suspended business with Huawei that isn't covered under open source licensing, following the Trump administration's decision to effectively ban the Chinese company in the US.
Huawei is using android operating system updates and Huawei's upcoming phones outside China will no longer get access to the apps and services like Gmail and Google Play Google will also no longer offer technical support to Huawei.
Fans are still waiting for Avengers Endgame to inevitably snap Avatar's record is the number one movie of all time worldwide.
But this weekend Endgame has taken another step towards that milestone, racing past Avatar's ticket sales domestically.
According to Box Office estimates and Disney, Endgame will reach a total of $770.8 million in domestic ticket sales at the end of its four weekend.
This means Endgame is sailing past Avatar's $761 million in domestic ticket sales and taking the number two spot here behind only Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The hit TV show Game of Thrones has come to an end after eight seasons.
In the finale on Sunday night, we learned the fate of the whole cast of characters as well as the Iron Throne.
The final season of the show has proved controversial among fans, over a million of whom have signed a position to get it remade.
Be sure to watch it soon if you want to guarantee a spoiler free viewing experience.
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