In 2019, Chinese tech companies increasingly shifted their focus overseas, in an effort to gain influence and market share abroad.
Pandaily has been following China’s most influential Chinese tech companies throughout 2019. Now we have compiled a list of our favorite gadgets from 2019.
Telefonica announced that they will use Huawei’s technologies to build a 5G network, Huawei marched a step further into the European market.
On December 5, Huawei filed a petition with the Fifth Circuit Court in New Orleans.
Huawei has responded to reports about Li Hongyuan, an ex-Huawei employee who was detained for 251 days under suspicion of extortion regarding the termination compensation he received from the company.
Smart cities and smart transportation are what Chinese tech giants have been obsessed with since AI, 5G and IoT turned from hackneyed buzzwords to everyday reality.
Chinese tech giant Huawei is willing to license its 5G technology to a western company, hopefully a U.S. company, said Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei at a panel on September 26.
On Monday, September 23, Huawei CFO and daughter of company founder Ren Zhengfei, Meng Wanzhou, arrived at the British Columbia Supreme Court to begin an eight-day hearing after her arrest by Canadian border patrol at the request of the FBI.
“On the way to the airport, I took two photos of the Red Square to congratulate Honor's No. 1 sales in Russia. Honor is now the most welcomed brand among young Russians.
Huawei’s USA subsidiary, Huawei Technologies USA Inc., has dropped a lawsuit it filed back in June against the US Commerce Department and several other US government agencies.
At the launch event on September 4, Honor officially launched the Honor 20S smartphone in Wuhan, a city in central China. Mind here, the S stands for stylish, shining, smart and super.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross confirmed in a recent interview that Huawei’s “temporary general license” which was due to expire on Monday August 19, will be extended for another 90 days.
Following the unveiling of its home-grown operating system Harmony OS and a smart television under its sub-brand, Honor, Chinese telecommunications equipment giant Huawei Technologies revealed a new augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) services platform to help people better understand the world around them.
China’s second-largest mobile chip maker, UNISOC, aims to launch its own 5G chipset way ahead of schedule by 2020 to rival global leaders such as Qualcomm, and augment China’s competency in creating fundamental technologies.
Huawei Technologies plans to open a new research and development (R&D) center in Shanghai and has set aside 10 billion yuan ($1.4 billion) to pour into the project.