Articles about Huawei
Number three smartphone maker says Android offers more opportunity for vendors to do something different.
Chinese networking giant's new research site in the Sophia Antipolis technology hub is its 17th in Europe and will focus on chipset design and embedded technology.
Making a profit and convincing consumers to purchase a Windows Phone handset is a difficult task, said Huawei's consumer business chief in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
Faster growth in the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America saw the company's shipments rise year-over-year by 62 percent, but Western markets still shy away.
In the second quarter of this year, Huawei says it has seen rapid increases of handset shipments beyond its traditional Chinese stronghold.
Despite continued hostile exchanges with the Australian, British, and US governments, Huawei Technologies has reported an increase in revenue and profit for the first half of 2014.
The Chinese telecoms giant is continuing its investment in the UK with a new plant for chips and software.
Following the company's decision to shift its focus to Europe, the Chinese networking giant says it plans to add 5,500 employees in the region over five years and double its R&D team to 1,700 in three years.
Chinese technology giant Huawei has successfully trialled a Wi-Fi prototype that is 10 times faster than existing Wi-Fi capability commercially available today.
Priced at 449 euros, the new quad-core, 5-inch FHD Gorilla Glass 3 screen smartphone debuted in Paris.
World's third biggest smartphone maker is learning from Apple and Samsung but taking a different path.
The PowerApp BaaS back-end service is a step toward building a comprehensive platform which covers cloud computing, storage, database, and standard middleware services.
Chinese networking giant expects its net profit for 2013 to climb 34.6 percent to hit US$3.41 billion on higher revenue of US$38.19 billion. The robust performance comes despite threats to ban its products and a tensed relationship with the U.S. government.
Chinese government wants its U.S. counterpart to provide a "clear explanation" over reports the NSA had infiltrated servers operated by Huawei, to spy on the Chinese networking giant's top executives.
But its 2017 goal will face challenges, particularly in data security, given the Chinese networking vendor's links to spying allegations.