A senior executive at Chinese ICT conglomerate Huawei has conceded that the company is going to need more time to achieve its aspiration of being the No.1 smartphone manufacturer in the world.
The ongoing trade war between the United States and China shows no signs of reaching a resolution as negotiations between the two global economic superpowers remains deadlocked. However, the topic of technology has now temporarily displaced the thorny subject of tariffs as the main currency in the dialogue between officials in Beijing and Washington, with the US, launching an aggressive offensive against major technology players in China.
Global sales of smartphones to end users declined 2.7 percent in the first quarter of 2019, totaling 373 million units, according to Gartner.
Huawei Middle East’s president Charles Yang gives his take on building safer networks and securing the path to an intelligent world.
In his latest meeting with the media, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has reiterated that the company is in a strong …
We took the new HONOR 10i for a spin, and its impressive photographic capabilities prove to be a real game …
Huawei’s chief technology officer for the Middle East Faisal Malik explains why Wi-Fi 6 has the potential to be a game-changer for delivering bandwidth-intensive applications, delivering a superior user experience.
At Huawei’s 5G is ON forum, organisations from the public and private sectors laid plans for 5G readiness in the Middle East.
Huawei has announced that crucial AI elements are now “fully integrated” into its Atlas chipset, signalling the firm’s readiness to …
Saudi telco STC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with its long-standing strategic ICT partner, Huawei, to collaborate on the innovation of 5G network technologies and services.