The chief of Lenovo’s smartphone unit, a laggard in the highly competitive industry, jumps ship to bigger rival Xiaomi, which has already released low priced 5G handsets
While it did not deny receiving government assistance, Huawei said on Thursday that all tech companies in China, including foreign ones, were entitled to similar subsidies.
The world could be barrelling closer to a geographic split in hi-tech development and innovation, despite the recent interim trade agreement between the US and China.
Samsung and Huawei were the only two smartphone brands that increased their revenue on an annual basis but Apple continues to dominate in share of overall industry profits
Former treasury secretary Hank Paulson says US, already a leader in research, must catch up to China in commercialisation of 5G
One of China’s biggest smartphone brands is boosting its R&D spending to 50 billion yuan (US$7.1 billion) in the next three years, to explore opportunities in 5G such as augmented reality glasses and smart displays.
Huawei’s latest legal challenge opens a new front in its battle with US authorities amid a continuing tech standoff between the US and China.
US sanctions on Huawei are not expected to ease off amid the slow progress in hammering out an interim trade deal with China.
While South Korea, the US, Australia and UK have launched initial commercial 5G services, Chinese carriers and vendors have pinned their hopes on mass adoption
Like Palantir, this Chinese start-up uses AI to help corporate clients and law enforcement convert huge volumes of data into actionable information.
Huawei moves closer to Japan on supply chain and research links as China’s telecoms giant attempts to reduce dependence on US amid ongoing trade tensions.
Samsung closed its last smartphone factory in China and is outsourcing production to local companies including Wingtech, which has grown to become the world's biggest original design manufacturer of smartphones.
A field test by Shenzhen-based ZTE Corp in Guangzhou, one of the pilot cities for the roll-out of 5G services, showed average download speeds 10 times of 4G networks.
The AI Intellectual Property in China 2019 report ranks some 500 Chinese AI firms based on their overall AI capabilities, innovation and technology maturity.
Sunday marked 180 days since Huawei was put on a US trade blacklist, which prompted company wide efforts to stabilise operations that were cut off from key US technologies
All major Chinese smartphone brands reported stellar sales figures in the first hours of this year’s November 11 Singles’ Day shopping spree
EUV machines are crucial in the memory and semiconductor manufacturing process.
Huawei has weathered the storm remarkably well so far, but may need to batten down the hatches as political and economic headwinds still threaten its survival.
The US trade ban restricts the Chinese telecoms equipment giant from buying vital American hi-tech components, such as semiconductors and software.
The criticism of Huawei has emerged at a time when the hard-working culture among Chinese tech companies in general is coming under wider public scrutiny.
Hong Kong-listed Xiaomi, the world’s fourth largest smartphone supplier, has pledged to continue building and expanding new retail channels outside China.
Smartisan founder Luo Yonghao is now barred from taking flights or high-speed train trips as well as any sort of lavish spending, such as staying in luxurious hotels or golf clubs.
In mid-May Huawei and 68 affiliates were placed on a US trade blacklist that prevented them from using US technologies and software without approval
Monthly 5G service plans in China start at a minimum of about US$18, with 30 gigabytes of data usage and download speeds of up to 300 gigabits per second.
Beyond the demand for iPhones, Apple’s services and wearables businesses showed high growth in the world’s second largest economy.
China’s leading smartphone maker further extended its dominance in the domestic market, eroding the share of all other competitors amid an ongoing US technology ban
Apple’s AirPods are such a hit in China that local factories are rushing to make knock-offs of the latest version that goes on sale Wednesday in the US.
The Shenzhen-based company has secured 35 commercial 5G equipment supply contracts across major markets around the world.
Huawei and Samsung Electronics are the only major handset brands that currently have foldable phone offerings.
The Oppo Reno 2, a mid-range handset, will be sold in some shops belonging to local carriers and retail chains in Hong Kong.