Worked so well for Huawei
Having damaged Huawei, the US government is now setting its sights on destroying Alibaba’s cloud business to protect its own cloud businesses.
Uncertain business environment
Troubled Huawei Technologies is worried about "serious challenges" in 2022, amidst an uncertain business environment, "politicisation of technology", and further "deglobalisation."
P50 Pocket teased
A new clamshell foldable phone from Huawei was shown off in a photoshoot on Chinese social media ahead of its global launch next week.
Not much point when you can’t buy chips for it
And replacing it with something more expensive thanks to the tax payer
US telcos are having to rip out perfectly good Chinese networking gear and replace it with something more expensive and patriotic.
With a 16-inch IPS screen
Although it was announced for the Chinese market in May, Huawei is now finally bringing its Matebook 16 globally, and this notebook packs some serious power with Ryzen 5000H series APUs and 16-inch IPS touchscreen
So the blacklisting was not really about security after all
After US trade officials said they could not see anything wrong with a deal for Huawei to buy automotive chips from the US, a group of 13 Republican lawmakers decided to fight the deal.
Game of Thrones
The Huawei chairman said while US sanctions have choked its smartphone business, it will not give up and plans to eventually return to the industry's "throne".
Revenue falls by a third
The chairman of Huawei said the Chinese technology company's "aim is to survive" as revenue fell almost 30 percent in the first half of the year.