Huawei to U.S. Gov: Investigate Us
Huawei, the Chinese telecom vendor looking to make a push into the U.S. market, has asked the U.S. government to formally investigate the company's background and clear it of any misconceptions concerning ties to the Chinese government. Huawei has sought to make investments in the U.S., as well as acquisitions and sell its telecom equipment to U.S. companies. The government, however, has blocked several of Huawei's efforts over fears that it answers (at least partially and/or unofficially) to the Chinese government and Chinese military. In order to overcome this hurdle, Huawei is, in effect, asking the government to perform a detailed background check to show that the company is clean. "We sincerely hope that the United States government will carry out a formal investigation on any concerns it may have about Huawei," Ken Hu, the deputy chairman of Huawei and the chairman of Huawei USA, said.
Hands On with the Huawei SnapTo
Huawei's newest phone - announced this morning - is an affordable, mass-market Android phone that Huawei is selling unlocked in the U.S. It's compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile, including 4G LTE.
Hands-On with the Huawei Honor 9
Huawei's latest Honor-branded handset is the Honor 9. This all-glass Android smartphone picks up where last year's Honor 8 left off.
Hands On with Huawei Nova Plus
Huawei churned out two mid-range handsets in Berlin, the Nova and Nova Plus. The phones share most features, but the Plus is a bit bigger thanks to the larger screen and battery.
Review: Huawei Mate 9
The Mate 9 is Huawei's flagship handset for 2016 and it's an impressive device. This over-sized Android smartphone comes in an attractive glass-and-metal form with top specs buried within.
Hands On with the Huawei Mate 9
Huawei's Mate series is the company's take on the high-end phablet, competing with phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note7. Perhaps seizing on the opportunity presented by the flaming Note7 fiasco, the Mate 9 marks the first time Huawei will sell its Mate series in the U.S.
Perhaps american comanies ought to make better products
It's also harder for new technolog...
Hitur Petar said:...
Then, you could buy their products and wouldn't have to look elsewhere. But, american industry is becoming a dinosaur and grasping at straws to stay alive. Feel free to blame to Chinese or whoever as the ship goes
If history has taught us anything...
What next? Outsourcing our military?