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Neither Android Replacement nor Alternative: Huawei’s HarmonyOS Is a “Revolution”

At an exclusive media roundtable in Singapore, Huawei briefed journalists about its latest revolutionary endeavour - HarmonyOS. Intended to be a cross-platform, microkernel-based operating system that boasts a greater degree of interoperability, code compatibility, security and openness than any existing operating system, the development of Harmony OS began back in

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Huawei’s Hongmeng OS (Harmony) Is Real, But Will Stick To Android For Now

After months of secrecy, Huawei Technologies has announced its proprietary operating system (OS), Harmony (鸿蒙, Hóngméng) OS. This comes in light of recent US sanctions that have restricted the company's access to key software and hardware resources from third parties. Huawei showcases its vision of the future of consumer technology

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Huawei Strikes Back at CES Asia 2019

All eyes were on Huawei this CES Asia, held this year on the company's home turf in Shanghai, China. Presented by Huawei Chief Strategy Officer Shao Yang, the company's keynote delineated an all-new strategy to revolutionise consumer technology as we know it. Huawei Chief Strategy Officer Shao Yang recaps the

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Huawei Phones, Laptops Threatened By Google, Intel, Qualcomm Ban

Just in lieu of Google's high-profile compliance with US policy requiring interdiction of Huawei, fellow American tech companies have fallen in line with rulings regarding Huawei's status on the "Entity List". These have included major chipmakers Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom, along with memory chip makers Micron Technology and Western Digital.

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Huawei Vs America: Arrests, Sanctions and Geopolitics

This Thursday, Canada had arrested the CFO of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei at its Vancouver airport, pending the possibility of extradition to the United States. Meng Wanzhou is the daughter of Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei, who also happens to be a former People's Liberation Army (PLA) officer and elected member

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