The whole world waited in anticipation to see what Huawei will do about it losing access to Google apps and Android. Then they found and removed a backdoor method.
Huawei is not only the world’s third-largest buyer of semiconductors but, through its subsidiary HiSilicon, one of China’s biggest semiconductor makers. Being shut off from US suppliers impedes both the competitiveness of its products and the development of its own chip-making capacity.
Light Start - Sideloading Google into the Mate 30 Pro, China's underwhelming response to the iPhone 11, Cool Ideas is DDoSed, and Pinkman is back.
Along with the Mate 30 lineup, Huawei announced a bunch of other things. Interesting things. In the shape of the Huawei Watch GT 2, the Huawei Vision TV and the FreeBuds 3. The Huawei Watch GT 2 comes in two sizes, the 46mm as well as the 42mm ultra-slim design. Both variations are powered by the Kirin A1 chip that features increased Bluetooth range. They’re fitted with speakers and micropho...[Read More]
Today Huawei announced to Mate 30 and the Mate 30 Pro, and they both run on Android while boasting impressive specs.
This week on Stuffed -- Here's what we thought about the Apple Event, how to secure your WhatsApp account and Huawei's lack of Google apps.
Huawei’s fate has been up in the air for quite some time, and there’s no sign that it’ll be touching the ground any time soon. The last deadline came and went, being replaced with another 90-day period of uncertainty. Now it looks as though we might be in for some consequences. Huawei is set to reveal its Mate 30 flagship in Germany in September but, as matters stand now, it̵...[Read More]
Under pressure to come up with a solution, Huawei announced a new, lean operating system, Harmony OS, to the world on August 9. Similar to Android, Huawei’s new operating system can easily work across multiple device types, from TVs to smartphones.
Is it just us, or does this spat between the US government and Huawei feel like two kindergarteners fighting in the sandbox?