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  1. Huawei Listed Anew as Threat to US National Security US regulators on Friday listed Huawei among Chinese telecom gear firms deemed a threat to national security, signaling that a hoped for softening of relations is not in the cards. A roster of communications companies thought to pose "an unacceptable risk" to national security included Huawei Technologies; ZTE; Hytera Communications; Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology, and Dahua Technology. "This list is a big step toward restoring trust in our communications networks," said Federal Communications
  2. Mate X2 teaser gives us another look at Huawei's Galaxy Z Fold 2 challenger The Mate X2 will be Huawei's first foldable phone with an inward-folding design. What you need to know Huawei has released a new teaser showing off the design of its next foldable phone. Unlike the company's previous foldables, the Mate X2 will feature an inward-folding screen. The Mate X2 is set to debut in China on February 22. Source: Huawei Huawei is set to announce its third foldable smartphone at an event in China next week. Ahead of the launch event, th
  3. Why Huawei’s founder is sticking with premium smartphones even as sales decline due to US sanctions Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei said that Huawei is willing to transfer 5G technology but it will never give up its terminal devices business Analysts say that terminals, or connected devices, play an important role in Huawei’s long term strategy Huawei will have to keep an eye on US government policies to maintain its product competitiveness and supply chain stability, say analysts. Photo: Bloomberg Last week Ren Zhengfei, the fo
  4. Huawei CEO says he’d welcome phone call from Biden in first remarks on new U.S. president KEY POINTS Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei said he’d welcome a phone call from U.S. President Joe Biden in his first remarks since the change of administration in Washington. “I would welcome such phone calls and the message is around joint development and shared success,” Ren said. The Trump administration took actions to hamper Huawei’s access to key software and components. Ren Zhengfei, CEO of Huaw
  5. Huawei's foldable Mate X2 will launch on February 22nd Looks like it will fold inwards this time. Huawei Despite earlier rumors of Huawei possibly spinning off its consumer business, the company is still pushing ahead with a new flagship phone — a foldable one, even — later this month. According to Huawei’s official Weibo account, the Chinese brand’s next foldable phone is simply called the Mate X2, and it’ll be unveiled on February 22nd. Interestingly, the teaser image suggests that the flexible display will fold inwards this time, as op
  6. Huawei’s HarmonyOS: “Fake it till you make it” meets OS development No discernible difference between Huawei's "all-new" OS and Android. Enlarge / What a lovely little green robot! Have we met before? Huawei is China's—and formerly the world's—largest smartphone vendor, and over the past 18 months, it learned an important lesson: the company can't rely on the US supply chain. In 2019, the US government banned US exports to Huawei, which cut the company off from access to most chip and software suppliers. Building a phone is hard without access to key parts an
  7. Huawei is refreshing its AppGallery with a new UI Today, Huawei announced that it's releasing a big update for its AppGallery app store. The company said that over the past year, AppGallery usage has grown to over 530 million monthly active users, and the new UI update focuses on discovery of apps and games. There's a new Featured tab in the app, and like the rest of AppGallery, this is going to be curated by editors, who will focus on "local trends and needs". Apps on the Features tab are shown in a card form, as you can see from the image above. This is al
  8. Brazilian government allows Huawei to take part in 5G auction Reuters, citing the Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo, has said that Brazil is likely to allow Huawei to participate in the 5G auction that’s set to take place in June. The Bolsonaro government of Brazil has been looking for ways to exclude the Chinese company from the country’s networks, following the lead of the United States, but between Trump’s upcoming departure from the White House and the cost of excluding Huawei, Jair Bolsonaro is being forced to backtrack on his plans. The Brazili
  9. It seems that the year won’t be ending well for Huawei and ZTE even though the two’s smartphone businesses remain somewhat stable for now. The Chinese companies’ networking businesses, on the other hand, might be dealt with a rather devastating blow based on the FCC’s latest orders. Removing Huawei’s and ZTE’s networking equipment will hurt rural carriers the most but the FCC promises help will be coming, provided the US Congress finally gets the funds needed to subsidize the costs. There is no getting around the fact that the US government considers Huawei and ZTE a threat t
  10. Nothing from Chinese bogeyman allowed in core network by early 2023 The UK's Ministry of Fun* has published its roadmap for the removal of so-called high-risk vendors from UK telecoms networks as part of the second parliamentary reading of the Telecoms Security Bill. The roadmap adds detail to the previous edicts, which banned wireless carriers from acquiring new Huawei-made equipment by the end of the year, and forces them to fully remove existing Huawei kit by the conclusion of 2027. By the end of March 2021, networks will be prohibited from u
  11. HONG KONG (Reuters) - Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is in talks with Digital China Group Co Ltd and other suitors to sell parts of its Honor smartphone unit in a deal that could fetch up to 25 billion yuan ($3.7 billion), people with knowledge of the matter said. Embattled Huawei is resetting its priorities due to U.S. sanctions and will focus on its higher-end Huawei phones rather than the Honor brand which is aimed at young people and the budget conscious, they said. The assets to be sold have yet to be finalised but could include Honor’s brand, research &am
  12. Just a few months ago, Huawei defied the blacklist odds and outsold rival Samsung for global smartphone shipments—initially for April and then for the entire second quarter. Huawei had finally achieved its ambition to reach that coveted world number one slot. But what a difference those last few months have made. The news this week that Samsung’s third-quarter profits are likely 58% up on last year, that smartphone sales have surged as markets have recovered, means that the Korean giant is likely to retake that top-spot from its Chinese rival. The two were neck and nec
  13. Huawei tweets it will debut its Mate 40 devices on October 22nd The phones may be Huawei’s last ones with Kirin chips, due to US trade restrictions Huawei Huawei has tweeted that it will reveal its Mate 40 series on October 22nd, likely the last of its phones to have Kirin chips— at least for the foreseeable future— due to the ongoing economic pressure from the US. Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business unit, said at a conference August 7th that “this year may be the last gener
  14. Last year telcos scrambled to plug 'critical user-facing vuln' in Chinese network kit UK.gov security researchers examining Huawei source code have so far verified just eight firmware binaries out of more than 60 used across Britain's mobile phone networks, according to the GCHQ-backed agency's annual report. The Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) – mostly run by GCHQ offshoot the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), though it is also staffed by some Huawei personnel – sighed that the Chinese company has made "limited" progress on last year's
  15. Meet the panel who’ll allocate the $200K prize fund to European winners Promo Huawei’s AppsUp developer contest is now in full swing with a deadline of October 8, 2020, to get your app submitted in hope of taking home a slice of a $1m prize fund. The contest’s judging panel spans the mobile tech world. With daphni investor Paul Basin; VP for Huawei’s Europe operations Dr Jaime Gonzalo; Head of the HumanTech Social and Technological Innovation Center at SWPS University Dr Konrad Maj; and Principal at Northzone Wendy Xiao Schadeck critiquing
  16. Hello, I purchased a Huawei P20 Pro on a used item site. The previous owner did not fully sign out of their google account after they did a hard reset when I got the phone I can't login unless I have their google account password?? I don't have the person's email anymore so I can't contact them. How am Ii suppose to use the phone I can't get pass the google login screen. Please advise.
  17. WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s counter-espionage agency has arrested a Chinese manager at tech giant Huawei in Poland and one of its own former officers and informed them both that they face charges of spying on Poland for China, state television reported Friday. The two men were arrested Tuesday, according to the Internal Security Agency. Polish security agents also searched the Warsaw offices of Huawei and Orange, Poland’s leading communications provider, where the former Polish spy had recently worked, seizing documents and electronic data. The homes of both men were
  18. HONG KONG (Reuters) - Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL] on Tuesday said it would spend $2 billion over the next 5 years to focus on cybersecurity by adding more people and upgrading lab facilities, as it battles global concerns about risks associated with its network gear. The typically secretive Chinese technology giant made the comments at one of its most indepth press conferences at its Dongguan offices, after welcoming about two dozen international journalists into its new campus in the southern Chinese city. Huawei has been in the news these past weeks for the a
  19. PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech cyber watchdog warned network operators on Monday against using software or hardware made by Chinese telecom equipment suppliers Huawei and ZTE (000063.SZ), saying they posed a security threat. Huawei, the world’s biggest producer of telecoms equipment, faces intense scrutiny in the West over its ties to the Chinese government and concerns its equipment could be used by Beijing for spying. The company has repeatedly denied the allegations. “China’s laws ... require private companies residing in China to cooperate with intelligen
  20. Huawei has hit back at reports claiming it is a national security risk, as the Czech republic joined a growing list of governments warning against using the firm’s equipment. The Shenzhen giant’s chairman, Ken Hu, told reporters that such moves were driven by “ideology and geopolitics” and challenged the likes of the US government to provide proof to back up their claims. “If you have proof or evidence, it should be made known,” he reportedly added. “Maybe not to Huawei and maybe not to the public, but to telecom operators, because they are the ones that buy Huawei.” The US, Aus
  21. Huawei has denied that it assisted the Chinese government in infiltrating a foreign network to gain information, following reports over the weekend to the contrary. "Huawei categorically denies it has ever provided, or been asked to provide, customer information for any government or organisation," a Huawei spokesperson told ZDNet on Monday morning. "These baseless accusations are made without any evidence whatsoever." The denial followed reports by The Australian that it had "confirmed from a national security source" that Huawei staffers were u
  22. BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s foreign ministry called in the U.S. ambassador on Sunday to lodge a “strong protest” over the arrest in Canada of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd’s [HWT.UL] chief financial officer, and said the United States should withdraw its arrest warrant. Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s global chief financial officer, was arrested in Canada on Dec. 1 and faces extradition to the United States, which alleges that she covered up her company’s links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran despite sanctions. The executive is also the daughter of the f
  23. Photo by Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge Last year, Huawei wowed us with the MateBook X Pro, its flagship laptop that my colleague Dan Seifert called “the best laptop” that you could buy, competing with flagship computers like Apple’s MacBook Pro and Dell’s XPS 13. And now at CES 2019, with its newly announced MateBook 13, Huawei is setting its sights on an even more popular laptop: Apple’s MacBook Air. The new MateBook 13 is meant to slot into Huawei’s existing lineup between cheaper MateBook D and the premium MateBook X Pro — a middle-of-the-road option for those who still want the
  24. Image copyrightREUTERS The Defence Secretary has reportedly said he has "very deep concerns" about Chinese firm Huawei being involved in upgrading the UK's mobile network. Gavin Williamson's comments - reported by the Times - came after some nations restricted use of the firm's products in 5G networks over security concerns. MI6's head recently said Britain faced decisions on Chinese ownership of tech. The UK says China is behind hackers targeting commercial secrets. Huawei denies any link to the Chinese state. On Wednesday, Mr Williamson was reported as saying: "I have g
  25. Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei sent a shocking reality check disguised as an internal memo on Tuesday, as the company reeled from the implications of the latest move from the U.S. Commerce Department. Ren warned of job and salary cuts and the need for employees to hunt out new roles and to make sure they're being useful to the company, or they will face the consequences. Many of Monday's headlines had focused on the 90 day extension of the "temporary license," pushing the full-scale U.S. supplier ban to November. But the U.S. has also identified a further 46 Huawei affiliates which have be
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