A US company makes android
ZTE's woes over losing all its US component companies might get worse as it was revealed that it might also lose its Android licence.
Chinese electronics giant ZTE has been effectively kicked out of the US for seven years after admitting to trading with North Korea and Iran.
The Chinese get a bruising…
While the world is still sort of wondering about the air strikes in Syria last week, some of the rest of us – including Scotland – are thinking about the other things that are happening in our little world of technology.
Destined as the codename implies
ZTE is one of these companies which try hard but don’t really achieve much in the smartphone area. It decided to codename a phone Iceberg and put two notches on the front of the phone.
We ain't no Chinese spies
ZTE has counter attacked against concerns from US lawmakers that it is a vehicle for Chinese espionage, saying it was a trusted partner of its US customers.
"National security concerns" are probably protectionism
US politicians are never going to stop a small thing like “proof” stand in their way of Chinese companies making a mess of their protectionism.
Rows with the US monitor
Two consulting firms hired to help the United States police ZTE Corp’s compliance with trade sanctions have resigned, according to Reuters.
Fully cloud based
ZTE has released its own 5G integrated solution which it says offers a comprehensive suite of solutions for 5G wireless access, core network and bearer network to help operators fast-track 5G commercial network deployments.
All three versions
According to a report, the first batch of 10,000 ZTE Nubia Z17 units sold out in just 51 seconds at a Chinese online store.