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Huawei’s Mate X is now on sale in China for $2,400 – The Verge

Huawei’s Mate X is now on sale in China for $2,400 – The Verge

Huawei’s folding Mate X, which was originally supposed to launch in June, then September, then on an unspecific date in November, then on November 15th in China, is now, in fact, officially on sale. The Mate X is the second major foldable to hit the market following the (also delayed) Samsung Galaxy Fold. The Mate…
Huawei launches foldable Mate X in China – BBC News

Huawei launches foldable Mate X in China – BBC News

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWATCH: First look at Huawei's folding phoneHuawei's foldable smartphone, the Mate X, has, briefly, gone on sale in China.The handset went on sale for a price of 16,999 yuan (£1,900) via Huawei's online store and reportedly sold out out "within minutes".Phone fans who did not manage to…
Huawei Mate X may have trumped Galaxy Fold to sell out in seconds at first sale – Android Authority

Huawei Mate X may have trumped Galaxy Fold to sell out in seconds at...

The Huawei Mate X went on sale in China earlier today. It was the foldable phone’s first sale and as per local media reports (via TechNode), it sold out “within seconds.”After several delays, the Mate X was launched in China last month. The phone is more expensive than the Samsung Galaxy Fold, but despite its…

The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is easier to repair than most Android smartphones –...

The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is easier to repair than most Android smartphones5 (100%) 1 vote The Huawei Mate 30 Pro has just passed into the hands of iFixit experts for complete disassembly. The smartphone got a repairability rating of 5/10. It is, therefore, easier to repair than its predecessor, the Mate 20 Pro released…
Huawei sells folding smartphone with no Google after US ban – Yahoo Finance

Huawei sells folding smartphone with no Google after US ban – Yahoo Finance

BEIJING (AP) — Chinese tech giant Huawei is selling its first folding smartphone without Google apps or U.S.-made processor chips following sanctions imposed by Washington.The Mate X, which unfolds to 14.6 centimeters (5.8 inches) wide, went on sale Friday on Huawei’s online store in China priced at 16,999 yuan ($2,422). It competes with Samsung’s Galaxy…
Huawei calls hackers to Munich for secret bug bounty meeting – TechCrunch

Huawei calls hackers to Munich for secret bug bounty meeting – TechCrunch

Chinese tech giant Huawei has asked some of the world’s best phone hackers to a secret meeting in Munich later this month as the company tries to curry favor with global governments, TechCrunch has learned. Sources with knowledge of the November 16 meeting said Huawei will privately present its new bug bounty program, which would…
Huawei calls hackers to Munich for secret bug bounty meeting

Huawei calls hackers to Munich for secret bug bounty meeting

Chinese tech giant Huawei has asked some of the world’s best phone hackers to a secret meeting in Munich later this month as the company tries to curry favor with global governments, TechCrunch has learned. Sources with knowledge of the November 16 meeting said Huawei will privately present its new bug bounty program, which would…
Huawei’s next tablet might look like an iPad Pro

Huawei’s next tablet might look like an iPad Pro

Huawei is apparently working on a new tablet, and it looks pretty darn similar to an iPad Pro, according to leaked renders posted by 91Mobiles (via Android Central). The biggest difference seems to be its cameras — Huawei’s tablet appears to have a dual-lens back camera and a hole punch display housing a front-facing camera.…
Huawei’s Gear Might Have to Go, FCC Tells US Telecom Firms

Huawei’s Gear Might Have to Go, FCC Tells US Telecom Firms

The US government is taking more steps to block Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE from American networks.The Federal Communications Commission proposed two measures this week to stop US carriers from using technology from the two companies. The first would ban carriers from using money from the Universal Service Fund, an FCC-managed program that offers…
FCC plans Huawei/ZTE ban, may require ripping out existing network gear

FCC plans Huawei/ZTE ban, may require ripping out existing network gear

FCC's China ban — Ban on Chinese vendors would affect recipients of Universal Service funding. Jon Brodkin - Oct 29, 2019 4:44 pm UTC Enlarge / A sign outside Huawai's offices in Santa Clara, California, August 17, 2017.Getty Images | Smith Collection/Gado Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai is moving ahead with a ban on…

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Amazon’s Seattle City Council election donations only partially worked

Amazon poured nearly $1.5 million into local elections in its hometown of Seattle, hoping to install a majority of business-friendly politicians on the city council and to defeat an incumbent socialist who’s also a vocal Amazon critic. The dynamic between council members and Amazon has been a contentious one over the last two years, highlighted…

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