Forced by the U.S. government to cut its reliance on U.S-based tech firms, Huawei has developed an OS to replace Android across its consumer devices.
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Huawei reported overall growth in 2020, but its consumer business was hit particularly hard by U.S. sanctions, and most of its growth came from China.
According to a report in Nikkei Asia, Huawei has alerted its suppliers that it will need parts for just 70 million to 80 million smartphones this year.
Two months after it jettisoned its Honor smartphone brand, a new report claims that Huawei is shopping its flagship Mate and P lines as well.
After a stunning defeat in the UK, Huawei has notched a win in Germany, which has approved the use of the Chinese firm’s 5G networking products.
The United Kingdom announced that it will ban the installation of new Huawei 5G networking equipment beginning in September 2021.
Huawei announced today that it is selling its Honor smartphone business to a consortium of 40 companies that will create a new firm.
In the first major scaling back of the U.S. blacklisting of Huawei, the U.S. government is now allowing Qualcomm to sell 4G chipsets to the Chinese firm.
Huawei’s limited extension to do business with U.S. businesses has expired, casting doubts about its ability to update its Android phones going forward.
Mobile chipmaking giant Qualcomm has petitioned the U.S. government to let it provide smartphone chipsets to Huawei.
Thanks to withering U.S. sanctions, smartphone giant Huawei this week said that it will have to halt production of its own chipsets.
Qualcomm announced that it earned a net income of $845 million on revenues of $4.9 billion for the quarter ending June 30, flat with the previous year.
Despite an ongoing attack by the U.S. government, Huawei today announced that revenues grew 13.1 percent in the first half of 2020.
The U.S. government will ease some restrictions on Huawei and allow it to collaborate with U.S. companies on 5G and other international standards.
A new report says that Huawei now considers itself in “a state of war” thanks to ever-more aggressive U.S. sanctions.
A new report claims that Huawei has stockpiled up to two years’ worth of critical U.S.-based chipsets and components.
In the spirit of the other recent re-evaluations of my favorite handsets from last year, I decided to give the P30 Pro another shot.
In the wake of yet another political attack from the United States, Huawei argued this week for “cooperation over competition.”
Thanks to declining demand during the Coronavirus outbreak, Huawei recorded its weakest quarter in years.
On track to become the world’s biggest smartphone maker last year, Huawei stumbled badly because of U.S. sanctions. But rival Xiaomi surged.
Huawei introduces the new P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro+ with high-end specs, no Google Play, and crazy new cameras. It's also launching a new personal assistant.
Google has officially petitioned the U.S. government to allow it to supply its Play Store and apps on Huawei’s Android devices.
In an interesting twist in Huawei’s legal drama, Google this past week warned users not to sideload its app on their Huawei handsets.
The U.S. government on Thursday charged Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei with racketeering and trade secret theft.
Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi are partnering on a new integrated mobile store for Android that can replace the Google Play Store.
Telecommunications giant Huawei has sued Verizon Wireless, alleging that the carrier is infringing on 12 of its U.S. patents.
Huawei says the company is still very much interested in going back to using Google Play Services despite an executive stating that the company will stick to its own alternative -- even if the US trade ban is lifted.