Boris Johnson has appeared on television using a Huawei smartphone, despite ongoing security concerns around the Chinese company.
Huawei has urged the US government to end its “unjust treatment” of the Chinese tech giant after it was granted an extension to a temporary trade licence in the country.
Chinese tech giant Huawei has begun selling its first foldable smartphone without Google apps or US-made processor chips following sanctions imposed by Washington.
A decision on whether Huawei should be allowed into the UK’s 5G network infrastructure has been deferred to the next Government.
Chinese hackers with a history of state-sponsored espionage have intercepted the text messages of thousands of foreigners in a targeted campaign that planted eavesdropping software on a telecommunications provider’s servers, a cybersecurity firm has said.
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei is more trusted by the UK public than Facebook, a new survey suggests.
The chief executive of BT has warned it would take seven years to completely remove Chinese tech giant Huawei from all the UK’s telecoms infrastructure.
Vodafone has announced plans to test innovative open radio technology in the UK, which it said can help connect more rural communities to the internet.
Huawei’s founder has described the UK’s scrutiny over its 5G equipment as vigorous and welcomed other countries to do the same level of examining in a bid to gain trust.
An app that translates a selection of books into sign language has made the move on to iOS, in a bid to help more than 30 million deaf children across the world.
A lack of Google’s core apps on Huawei’s latest handset runs the risk of putting potential buyers off, industry experts have warned.
Huawei has launched its latest flagship smartphone but made little mention of the issues faced by a US trade ban restricting it from pre-installing Google apps.
Huawei is set to unveil its latest flagship smartphones, likely to be the first not carrying core Google apps amid an ongoing trade dispute with the US government.
Estonia is set to restrict the use of equipment and technology from Chinese telecom giant Huawei in its government sector.
A decision on whether or not to allow the use of Huawei telecoms equipment in parts of Britain’s new 5G networks is not just technical – but also about behaviour, the Defence Secretary has said.
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Lessons have been learnt at Samsung following the delay of its first foldable smartphone because of screen issues, a senior UK executive has said.
Huawei’s foldable Mate X smartphone could go on sale as early as next month, chief executive Richard Yu has said.
Huawei has announced an updated version of its flagship P30 Pro smartphone amid ongoing questions over its use of Google’s apps and services in the future.
Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei has accused US authorities of attempting to break into its information systems and of trying to coerce its employees to gather information on the company.
New smartphones, wearables and smart home gadgets will be unveiled later this week when the IFA technology convention takes place in Berlin.
Huawei has confirmed it will unveil its next flagship smartphone in Europe later this month, despite suggestions from Google that it will not be able to use its apps and services on the new device.
Huawei’s next flagship smartphone will not be able to use Google apps and services under the current US trade ban, Google has said.
The fate of Huawei’s involvement in the UK’s 5G network could be decided by the end of the year, Digital Secretary Nicky Morgan has said.
A US ban on trade with Huawei has been delayed by a further 90 days, the US Commerce Secretary has confirmed.
The founder and chief executive of Huawei has said Britain “won’t say no to us” over the Chinese firm’s involvement in the rollout of 5G mobile internet infrastructure.
The launch of Huawei’s delayed foldable smartphone, the Mate X, looks set to be pushed back further.
Huawei has unveiled its own-built operating system, HarmonyOS, which the Chinese company could use to power its smartphones instead of Google’s Android.
Three and Sky Mobile have become the first UK mobile operators to offer Huawei’s 5G smartphone to customers as part of the rollout of their new 5G mobile networks.
The next prime minister must decide whether Huawei should be allowed to be part of the UK’s 5G network “as a matter of priority”, Dominic Grieve’s Intelligence and Security Committee has said.