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Commerce Department, Broadcom, Qualcomm discussed on The Android Police Podcast

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Right so just to expand on that when they got caught exporting technology they they agreement did involve you know the nearly billion dollar fine they also had to fire four executives and disciplined thirty five others and the commerce department on monday basically came out and said we found that you did not discipline the thirty five others so you are now so they that's that's why they broke it in that's why they can no longer i things from us companies yeah and i think the most obvious and immediate impact is that z t uses a lot of qualcomm chips like most mar phone makers and qualcomm is a us company as we talked about several weeks ago broadcom was blocked from purchasing welcome because if he was company and broadcom is not and so presumably z t can't buy any chips from qualcomm right now and that may only be the least of their problems considering they also have to pay to license the play apps from google yeah it is unclear right now if if software licenses are covered by the ban or if it's only is a goal goods tech technologies that would be exported as opposed to you know a suffer license i guess from what from what we have heard google hec are discussing the implications of this i'm sure that this is a question for a eight of commerce lawyer really with none of us are obviously so we're we're just becky lighting but if that were the case if z t couldn't get a google apps anymore it would basically be done in every market except for china it would not be able to cell phones elsewhere nobody will want to buy them.