Despite American bans
For the first time, Huawei has shipped more smartphones worldwide over a quarter than any other company, according to a report from analyst firm Canalys.
China claims it resulted in the arrest of Huwaei's CFO
HSBC has denied Chinese media reports that it had “framed” Huawei Technologies and played a role in the arrest of the chief financial officer (CFO).
UK ban is tit for chlorinated tat
A senior minister from the disUnited States of America visited England today to praise the disUnited Kingdom for its decision to dump Huawei earlier this month.
We leave all the surrendering to the British these days
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said that France would not ban China’s Huawei from investing in the country, in contrast to Britain which has decided to purge the firm’s equipment from its 5G network by 2027.
That appears to mean that no one has any yet after getting rid of Huawei
After the UK decided to surrender to US demands that it no longer use 5G, it appears that it has left both of them without a 5G system which meet their standards and both of them are now back at square one.
Trade wars move to patent wars
Looks like Huawei is going to fight back against the US for the sanctions it has imposed on the company using the US patent system.
Boris Johnson has to give me his lunch money now
Britain announced on Tuesday that it would ban equipment from the Chinese technology giant Huawei from the country's high-speed wireless network, even if it means falling behind on 5G and ending up with a more expensive product.
Enabling Mobile Holograms and Digital Twins
While badly educated peasants, under the guidance conspiracy theory priests are sharpening their pitchforks to bring down 5G towers, Samsung is predicting 6G will be here in 2028.
NEXT-IMAGE 2020 can win you a P40 Pro or $10K
Huawei and the UK government sure have some differences over the 5G network, but on a positive notr, Huawei wants to offer something to its phone photo enthusiasts. The company is still accepting entries until the end of this month for the world's biggest smartphone photography competition HUAWEI NEXT-IMAGE 2020.
TIM has piles of cash and can afford to pay more not to use Huawei
Cash-strapped telco TIM, which proudly announced it was only 24.3 billion euro in debt last year, apparently now feels it is so flush with cash it can afford to give Huawei the bum's rush.