At the ARM China Media Communication Conference on September 25, ARM Holdings clarified that their cooperation with Huawei and HiSilicon will not be affected by the current US sanctions against Huawei.
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.
A YouTube video published on September 19 detailed the successful installation of Google Play on Huawei’s newly launched Mate 30 flagship, which is not licensed by Google for US blacklist restrictions.
Huawei Technologies said on August 28 that it was "very actively" interested in building the first undersea fibre-optic cable between South America and Asia, Reuters reports.
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.
Huawei is expanding its research and development staff in Russia. The company is planning to recruit more than 500 employees by the end of the year raising that number to 1,500 in the next five years.
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.
According to The Information, right before The US President Donald Trump pulled the plug on Huawei, restricting its access to American tech suppliers, the Chinese company was actively involved in developing a smart speaker in conjunction with Google.
Apart from the Kirin 985 on Huawei Mate 30 series, Huawei might release the world's first 5G chip that integrates application processors (AP) and baseband radio processors (BP).
According to the Verge, Huawei is planning to lay off hundreds of American employees. The company has been embroiled in controversy ever since it was incorporated into the “entity list” by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The U.S. will allow American companies to sell technology to the blacklisted Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei where there is no threat to US national security
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei confirmed that its operating system Hongmeng OS “is very likely” to be faster than Android by Google or Mac OS X by Apple.
Japanese network carrier Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ) announced on July 2 that it will sell new Huawei smartphones.
Reuters has reported that Huawei’s U.S.-based research arm has attempted to distance itself from its parent company following the U.S. government’s blacklisting of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd.
The official account of Huawei tweeted on June 23, “Was FedEx within its rights to prevent a P30 Pro from being delivered from the UK to the US? No. Representatives from Huawei, UPS and PCMag slam the courier's vendetta.”
Following the US government ban, tech giants like Google and Facebook continue to block Huawei's technology. To tackle this, Huawei has opted to make a pro-consumer move by launching a full refund program for Huawei's smartphones and tablets.
Last month, Microsoft removed Huawei’s range of laptops from its online store, following the United States’ blacklisting of the Chinese tech giant. However, the MateBook 13, MateBook, and MateBook X Pro have all now returned to the online store and are available for purchase.
Ren Zhengfei, Huawei Founder and CEO, sat down with two prominent thinkers George Gilder and Nicholas Negroponte for 100 minutes of conversation and Q&A on June 17.
Hours after CNBC reported that Huawei had scrapped the launch of a new laptop due to U.S. export controls, a source familiar with the matter told the Global Times that the company will release a new laptop next month.
According to Russian state media Sputnik, Huawei has now completed the acquisition of a Moscow security technology company called Vokord. The acquisition cost $50 million, mainly for the company's technical patents and talents in facial recognition.