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Huawei learns how extreme ultraviolet lithography works
Published in News

China no longer depends on Dutch or US tech

Huawei is now able to create chips using extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUV) which means that it finally has a foot in the door of serious chip development.

Huawei wants to build cars
Published in Transportation
Monday, 19 December 2022 09:10

Huawei wants to build cars

The US will probably have something to say about that

Huawei is hitting the road to get into the electric car industry – something which the US regulators will probably try to stop in the land of the free.

Irish change law to hit Chinese vendors
Published in Network
Monday, 31 October 2022 11:16

Irish change law to hit Chinese vendors

No Huawei at all, at all

The Irish government has amended its Communications Regulations Bill 2022 so it can blacklist Chinese networking equipment vendors.

Seagate denies flogging hard drives to Huawei was wrong
Published in News

We don't need no US permission

Seagate has denied allegations by the US Department of Commerce that it flouted export controls by illegally supplying storage devices to Huawei, saying that it did not need permission.

US tries to charge Chinese spies for doing their job
Published in News

Trying to find out what was going on in Huawei investigation 

The Justice Department has announced charges against two Chinese intelligence officers, accusing them of attempting to obstruct a US investigation into the telecommunications giant Huawei.

China’s chip industry growing faster than anywhere in the world
Published in News

It looks like Trump’s tech war made things worse

China's chip industry is growing faster than anywhere else in the world, after US sanctions on local champions from Huawei to Hikvision spurred appetite for home-grown components.

China benefiting from western smartphone sanctions in Russia
Published in Mobiles

Market share jumped

China's market share in the Russian smartphone market jumped significantly in May as Western manufacturers paused new sales in in Tsar Putin’s kingdom.

Foldable smartphones had a good quarter
Published in Mobiles
Thursday, 02 June 2022 13:03

Foldable smartphones had a good quarter

Galaxy Z Flip3 holds the crown

Foldable smartphones did well in Q1, according to DSCC, reaching 2.22 million shipments, up by 571 percent compared to the same quarter last year.

Canada bans Huawei from its 5G projects
Published in News

We must obey the US

Canada is planning to ban Huawei from working on Canada's fifth-generation networks to appease its US neighbours.

Huawei bypasses US sanctions through Hi-Nova
Published in News

Owned by China Post

Huawei might be working its way around US sanctions by using another brand name and working through China Post.