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U.K. Plans To Blacklist Huawei After U.S. Pressure – But Vodafone & BT Warn Of “Blackouts” To Customers

Britain had initially decided in January to allow Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to play a limited role in its next generation 5G mobile networks. Huawei was restricted from being involved in “core” but allowed to participate in the infrastructure known as the RAN (Radio Access Network) – limited to 35% – to ensure the U.K. […]

... written on Jul 11 2020

Trump To Cut Off Chip Supplies To Huawei – But The Chinese Tech Giant Has Begun Making Phones With Local Chipmaker

Coronavirus has left a trail of destruction across the world. No country is spared, including economic powerhouse United States and China. The last thing the world needs now is escalating tensions between both superpowers over the endless blaming game of China’s handling of the pandemic. But it appears the trade war is about to explode […]

... written on May 16 2020

How Diverse Can A Social Platform Influence People?

It is equally terrifying as it is incredible to observe how much social media has become an integral part of our lives. A platform like Facebook alone has close to 2.5 billion users, which is a huge number considering the platform is a little over a decade old. People spend hours every day on different […]

... written on Jan 23 2020

China No Longer Needs U.S. Parts – Huawei Mate 30 Contains Zero American Chips

As part of the ongoing trade war with China, Donald Trump thought it would be a great idea to start a tech war with the Chinese as well. It would put tremendous pressure on President Xi Jinping to negotiate and surrender to the terms to be dictated by the United States. The target – Huawei […]

... written on Dec 04 2019

Huawei Beats Apple & Samsung – Latest Rating Revealed By This French Independent Benchmark

Made-in-China products were said to be of inferior quality. The Chinese goods were poorly manufactured because the Chinese businessmen have poor business ethics. Any products made in China were viewed as junks, fit only to be consumed by consumers from the third world countries who could not afford high quality goods.   The perception was […]

... written on Nov 27 2019

Here’s Why You Should Not Use Public USB Charging Stations – Including At The Airport

The holiday season may have already started to some parents and their kids. Naturally, gadgets would be on the top of “items to bring” list. Those devices, however, are the beasts which are forever hungry for power. Everyone seems to bring along a pack or two of power banks nowadays. But even such power banks, […]

... written on Nov 23 2019

2 Billion Yuan Jackpot – Huawei To Reward Its 194,000 Staff With Mega Bonus & Double October Salary

Some 6 months after Trump administration officially banned Huawei, the Chinese tech company is still alive and kicking. Even though the war is not over, the battle has been well fought. During this period, key U.S. components and software like Google’s Android operating system, Synopsys’ semiconductor design tools and Skyworks’ radio frequency chips remain unreachable to Huawei.   […]

... written on Nov 12 2019

Unstoppable!! – Huawei Expects Smartphone To Grow 20% In 2020 Even With Trump Blacklisting In Place

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei once predicted the Chinese tech giant would be hit so badly by the U.S. ban that it could earn US$30 billion less revenue for the year. That amount was later reduced to US$10 billion. On Tuesday (Nov 5), some five months after Mr. Ren first made the shocking prediction, […]

... written on Nov 06 2019

Germany Ignores The U.S. Pressure – Welcomes Huawei To Build 5G Networks

Germany has finally presented its decision over foreign vendors’ participation in building 5G network for the country. In defiance against the U.S. wish, it will not ban Chinese telecoms giant – Huawei Technologies Co. – from its 5G mobile networks, saying that it want’s to create “a level playing field” for all vendors.   The […]

... written on Oct 17 2019

Kowtow To China? – Cook Explains Why Apple Removed A Popular App Used By Hong Kong Protesters

Apple removed a popular app from its App Store on Thursday (Oct 10), after repeatedly flip-flopped on whether to allow the app to be used by Hong Kong protesters. At first, the iPhone maker rejected the app earlier this month, only to make a U-turn and made it available for download a few days later, before ultimately […]

... written on Oct 11 2019









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