After more evidence against Huawei and ZTE have arose, the US House of Representatives Committee of Intelligence is planning on conducting another investigation to see if these Chinese firms are indeed trying to spy on the US with their consumer tech products.
A White House sanctioned review of the potential security risks posed by Chinese telecommunications equipment firm Huawei has found no evidence of spying.
Canada is likely to shun Chinese telecommunications equipment firm Huawei from the government communications network over security fears, echoing similar concerns in the United States and European Union.
At the first day of Siggraph 2012, which is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Khronos group announced the new iterations of OpenGL API for conventional computers and consoles (OpenGL), as well as mobile devices (OpenGL ES).
Huawei network switch? Then, Huawei smartphone? Well, get used to Huawei supercomputers soon.
Huawei is to launch smartphones and tablet computers powered by Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 operating systems, providing further competition in an already packed market.
Shenzhen-based Huawei has grown from a Cisco competitor to a global giant engaging in everything telecoms and IT alike, with mobile devices being one of their major focuses. Here we talk to their top phone and tablet guys, Frederic Fleurance and David Wei, on the directions forward.
The Huawei Mediapad tablet which first launched in October of last year has just been given the ability to be updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich via the Huawei download center. As the 330MB update isn't available for download over the air, to update you will need to download software for your PC to
Huawei goes beyond 4G (on air) and 40GE (on cables) speeds, and gets into H.265 Full HD video conferencing as mainstream
Talking about Huawei, there's even more it it… pushing aside the US and Australian government-induced obstacles, the giant firm is getting along with some really forward technologies.
China has now its share of high powered movers and shakers in the IT world. We all know how Lenovo masterfully played the strokes with its IBM PC division to become the global PC brand. How about the other big name there, Huawei?
Last month, Creative Technology sued Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment and services company, Huawei, over the failure of the WiMAX broadband project. And Huawei has filed a countersuit against Creative for US$8.23 million over the termination of the project.
Many companies vie to be the first to come up with a breakthrough product, be it the largest, slimmest or equipped with the latest feature etc. At Mobile World Congress 2012 this week, Huawei has just announced their MediaPad 10 FHD, which claims to be the world's first 10-inch tablet with quad-core processor.
Creative Technology and its subsidiary, QMax Communications, are suing Huawei for more than US$9.3 million (S$11.7 million) for the collapse of the mobile broadband project between the two companies in Singapore.
Huawei’s own ARM adds to a dozen other Chinese ARM CPUs, signals further phone price reduction chances
Inexpensive ARM licensing does pay off sometimes, it seems – for China and, in this case, Huawei, its own phone & tablet ARM for greater cost control…
Chinese Huawei is apparently none too fond of sourcing outside chips for its smartphones, as the company has announced that its latest handset – the Ascend D quad – sports a Huawei made quad core ARM based SoC. That makes Huawei – as far as we know – the second handset maker that also makes
Seems like more smartphones have been unveiled or leaked just days before the Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona. The teaser product images of the new Huawei Ascend D1 Q are out on the web, which looks rather sleek and stylish.
At pre-CES event in Las Vegas, US, Huawei unveiled two new Android smartphones – Ascend P1 and P1 S. The Ascend P1 S claims to be the world's slimmest smartphone, measuring 6.68mm thin and sports a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display.
The mobile phone has evolved from being a device to make and receive calls, as well as send SMS (short message service), to one packed with a wide range of features – built-in camera for capturing videos and pictures, gaming, accessing the Internet and email etc. On top of that, the phone manufacturers are also competing in making their
Huawei has introduced their new Android smartphones in Singapore – Huawei Honor and Huawei Vision. Both phones are running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and are available this month.
Ever since the Apple iPad was introduced to the market, tablets have become one of the popular technology gadgets for content consumption; you can use it to surf your favorite web sites, watch videos or play some games. Well, besides the iPad, there are other choices that run Google Android as well as Microsoft Windows 7 operating systems. This