Huawei

    • Huawei launches own operating system

      Huawei launches own operating system

      Huawei has officially unveiled HarmonyOS today - the operating system it was rumored to be developing to replace its reliance on Android. The highly-anticipated software is considered crucial for the tech group's survival as it confronts a looming White House ban on US companies selling technology products to Huawei which could remove its access to Google's Android operating system.

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    • ZTE releases first 5G phone in China

      ZTE releases first 5G phone in China

      Chinese smartphone maker ZTE sold the country’s first 5G-enabled smartphone on Monday ahead of a national rollout of 5G wireless networks this year, media outlet Jiemian reported. Announced back at MWC in February, ZTE's Axon 10 5G comes equipped with a 6.47-inch 1080p AMOLED display, and will use one of Qualcomm’s first generation X50 5G modems to connect to China’s upcoming 5G wireless network.

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    • Huawei in the centre of US bipolar policies

      Huawei in the centre of US bipolar policies

      Competing tensions inside the US administration over country's policy towards China are once again in sight after on Tuesday members of the US Senate and House of Representatives introduced bills to keep tight restrictions on Huawei Technologies Co Ltd - a move that came amid rising speculations that President Donald Trump is preparing to scale back curbs on the Chinese tech giant without an act of Congress.

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    • US, China resume trade talks

      US, China resume trade talks

      Top US and Chinese trade officials relaunched trade talks as Washington and Beijing work to iron out a trade deal after a two-month hiatus. According to American media, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke on the phone to Chinese Vice Premier Liu He and Commerce Minister Zhong Shan “to continue negotiations aimed at resolving the outstanding trade disputes” between the world’s two largest economies.

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    • Trump blacklists more China tech companies

      Trump blacklists more China tech companies

      The US Commerce Department has banned five more Chinese entities from buying US components just a week ahead of a high-stakes meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit this month, where lingering trade differences are to be discussed.

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    • Huawei trademarks its own mobile OS amid US ban

      Huawei trademarks its own mobile OS amid US ban

      It seems that Huawei is getting closer to the day when it will begin relying on a Plan B mobile operating system to replace the reliance it’s enjoyed up to this point on Google’s Android, which the Chinese consumer electronics giant is in danger of losing access to soon thanks to US sanctions.

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    • Huawei ban - who is actually the loser

      Huawei ban - who is actually the loser

      Last week the US declared war on Huawei, a relentless attack more blatant than North Korea hacking Sony in 2014, and undoubtedly - an unprecedented one. A a flagship corporate giant Huawei is one of the biggest names of the tech industry. It’s the world's largest provider of telecommunications equipment, a leader in next-generation 5G technology, and last year it even passed Apple to become the second-biggest smartphone seller in the world.

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    • Trump signs executive order banning tech posing a security risk

      Trump signs executive order banning tech posing a security risk

      US President Donald Trump on Wednesday declared a national emergency over threats against American technology. The move, done via executive order, authorised the Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, in consultation with other top officials, is aimed at banning all transactions that involve information or communications technology that “poses an unacceptable risk to the national security of the United States.” The executive order gives now the Commerce Department 150 days to write regulations implementing it.

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