"Latest and greatest" doesn't always make a device your best buy. Today's phones are capable of lasting a couple of years with little compromise, and Matthew Miller found a few select older models that you should consider.
Huawei MateBook E (2022) review: An impressive Surface Pro 8 alternative with a top-quality OLED screen
The MateBook E is an impressive tablet-first 2-in-1 laptop. The OLED screen is the star, but it's also well built, with capable cameras, mics and speakers. Battery life is the main disappointment, along with a paucity of ports.
Huawei unveils a range of smart office devices designed to connect easily to one another.
Huawei's MateView looks impressive, both in terms of its industrial design and by virtue of its high-quality, high-resolution display.
The P50 Pro is a superbly designed flagship-class smartphone with an excellent camera system, but many potential buyers won't be able to ignore the lack of Google Mobile services and 5G, considering the four-figure price.
Huawei's flagship smartphone and a new foldable phone will be available outside of China for the first time.
Chinese tech vendor expects to close 2021 with 634 billion yuan ($99.45 billion) in revenue, a 28.88% drop from the year before, and sees "serious challenges" in 2022 with an uncertain business environment, growing deglobalisation, and the "politicisation of technology".
Chinese tech giant aims to develop low-carbon systems for markets such as data centres and electric vehicles with its digital power subsidiary, which was established in June 2021 to better address growing demand for clean energy and IT sustainability.
Huawei MateBook 14s (2021) review: A stylish 14-inch laptop with a 90Hz touch screen and good battery life
Previous MateBooks have been hampered by a quirky keyboard-embedded webcam, but that's not an issue with the impressive MateBook 14s.
The Secure Equipment Act of 2021 received bipartisan support prior to it being signed by Biden.
As each quarter of its fiscal year passes, Huawei continues slipping compared to last year.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was allowed to return to China after agreeing to admit she misled global financial institutions about her company's operations in Iran.