Our reporting uncovers a Mate X delay, and the possibility of more displays
Huawei has finally unveiled its own operating system, a move that could help shield the smartphone maker from the escalating US-China trade war.
China has told India not to block its Huawei Technologies from doing business in the country, warning there could be consequences for Indian firms operating in China, sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Huawei is testing a smartphone equipped with Hongmeng, the company's self-developed operating system, which could potentially go on sale by the end of this year, Chinese state-media outlet Global Times reported.
Intel has applied for licenses to sell some of its products to Huawei following the blacklisting of the Chinese technology giant and a subsequent easing of restrictions on the firm.
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The Finnish telecom equipment maker said Thursday that sales increased 7% in the second quarter.
Xilinx said its financial results were hurt by the US government ban against China's Huawei Technologies, and it has asked for permission to resume broader shipments to its Chinese customer.
Caught between a Sino-US trade war, political concerns over Chinese telecoms firm Huawei and slowing consumer demand, chipmakers in Singapore have started slowing production and laying off hundreds of jobs.
The Star Online
Huawei will invest 3 billion yuan (about 436 million U.S. dollars) in the next 5 years to develop an ecosystem for its ARM-based server chips and complementary products, China Daily reported Wednesday.
Chief executives from several US tech companies met with President Donald Trump on Monday and expressed "strong support" for policies restricting the use of products from Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
AFP (via Yahoo News)
Huawei is considering a partnership with Micromax to use their expertise in sales to bolster their business.
Documents leaked to The Washington Post revealed that Huawei secretly worked with the North Korean government on its wireless network.
Progress toward a US-China trade deal has stalled while the Trump administration determines how to address Beijing's demands that it ease restrictions on Huawei Technologies, people familiar with the talks said.
Wall Street Journal
The tech community woke up to rather shocking news this morning when a Huawei executive said that Hongmeng or ArkOS is not an Android Alternative and that the Hongmeng was built for IoT devices only.
The US may approve licenses for companies to re-start new sales to Huawei in as little as two weeks, according to a senior US official, in a sign President Donald Trump's recent effort to ease restrictions on the Chinese company could move forward quickly.
The US government said on Wednesday it was reviewing license requests from US companies seeking to export products to China's Huawei Technologies "under the highest national security scrutiny" since the company is still blacklisted.
The Chinese telecoms group is determined to accelerate efforts to become self-reliant.
The Financial Times
Samsung Electronics is likely to say second-quarter profit more than halved when it reports preliminary earnings on Friday, data showed, as a drop in memory chip shipments to China's embattled Huawei exacerbated a price-squeezing supply glut.
President Donald Trump's decision to allow US companies to continue selling to Huawei followed an extensive lobbying campaign by the US semiconductor industry that argued the ban could hurt America's economic and national security.
Ren Zhengfei, the billionaire founder of Huawei Technologies whose daughter's arrest in Vancouver triggered a diplomatic crisis between China and Canada, said the company still wants to make the country its "global center for theoretical research."
Trump said Saturday that "US companies can sell their equipment to Huawei," as long as the transactions won't present a "great, national emergency problem."
A U.S. jury on Wednesday cleared California semiconductor designer CNEX Labs of stealing trade secrets from Chinese electronics giant Huawei Technologies while awarding CNEX no damages on its own trade theft claims.
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FedEx says it's not realistic to screen sealed packages for controlled tech.
We spoke to Vincent Pang, who said 5G's slow rollout, not US politics, is the reason behind the wait
Chinese tech giant Huawei filed a civil lawsuit against the U.S. on Friday, saying the Commerce Department mishandled equipment from the company it had seized in 2017.
The company has new midrange phones but don't expect to see them in many places outside of China.
According to SE Daily (via Google Translate), Intel and Samsung are in the final stages of negotiating for additional capacity. Intel is said to have chosen to work with Samsung over TSMC due to concerns about Huawei and AMD's improved competitive performance.
Hanwha Techwin has decided to gradually reduce SoC system semiconductor's ratio of HiSilicon, which is a subsidiary of Huawei, in its "IP camera" product line, which is called CCTV camera.
Korea IT Times
The company believes it can keep providing Microsoft software updates to Huawei devices that people have already bought.
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has said international sales of the Chinese telecoms giant's handsets have sunk 40% in the past month as a US-led backlash against the firm intensifies.
Huawei's American chip suppliers, including Qualcomm and Intel, are quietly pressing the U.S. government to ease its ban on sales to the Chinese tech giant, even as Huawei itself avoids typical government lobbying, people familiar with the situation said.
Huawei said that its foldable phone, the Mate X, will launch in September.
Since the U.S. government put Huawei on a trade blacklist, effectively banning American firms from doing business with it, China's leaders have spoken boldly about achieving self-sufficiency in the critical semiconductor business.
Huawei has told Verizon that the U.S. carrier should pay licensing fees for more than 230 of the Chinese telecoms equipment maker's patents and in aggregate is seeking more than $1 billion, a person briefed on the matter said on Wednesday.
American tech companies may be restricting their dealings with Huawei following the Trump administration's ban on the Chinese telecom giant, but they are also speaking up against it in an effort to reverse the ban.
Some of the world's biggest tech companies have told their employees to stop talking about technology and technical standards with counterparts at Huawei Technologies.
The White House Office of Management and Budget has asked the U.S. Congress for more time to phase in a ban on federal contracts with companies that do business with Chinese telecom giant Huawei, part of a defense law passed last year.