Tag: huawei

Huawei customers can enjoy free cups of Partea for two weekends

Huawei customers can now redeem complimentary beverages from homegrown tea joint, Partea. To enjoy this offer, Huawei customers can head down to any of the Partea outlets island wide during the two weekends, the 5th and 12th July while stocks last. Partea's menu has close to...

Huawei overseas smartphone sales down 40 percent, says founder

The founder of Huawei said Monday that the embattled Chinese telecom giant's overseas smartphone sales had tumbled by 40 percent this year as it grapples with a US push to clip the company's wings. "Yes, (sales) have fallen 40 percent," Ren Zhengfei said when asked about media...

Trade war will not put Chinese economy on constant decline: Analyst

By Anbound Malaysia As the U.S.-China trade war escalates, the prospects of US-China trade negotiations are slim.  The attack on Huawei by United States and the statement by President Donald Trump that Huawei would be included in trade negotiations, have increased the possibility that trade...

Singapore consumers share their perspective on Huawei phones

Singapore – “I would still buy the phone in a heartbeat,” says Mr. Joe Lum as Huawei continues to attract customers in Singapore despite the odds. Tech enthusiasts attended The PC Show last weekend and showed their support for Huawei, proving they are undaunted by...

Huawei back in business with Google’s Android Q, Bluetooth, SD Association and Wi-Fi Alliance

In light of the U.S. trade ban, Huawei was left in the dust by numerous software companies and service providers. Since the release of the trade blacklist by the Trump administration on May 16, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd had taken numerous hits when companies such...

Mahathir says Malaysia will use Huawei ‘as much as possible’

Malaysia will continue using Huawei products "as much as possible," bucking a global trend prompted by security concerns and a US ban on the Chinese firm, the country's prime minister said Thursday. Mahathir Mohamad, speaking at a conference in Tokyo, acknowledged the security concerns but...

Malaysia’s Huawei and Iran support could spook US

Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad made it clear that his country will continue using Huawei smart phones despite a ban imposed by US President Donald Trump. Dr Mahathir has dismissed claims of security risks uncovered by the US in Huawei Technologies' 5G network...

“What is there to spy in Malaysia? We are an open book.” Dr Mahathir on the possibility of Huawei spying on the country

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Tokyo— At the 25th International Conference on the Future of Asia forum on Thursday (May 30) where he delivered the keynote speech, Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said that his country will be using Huawei products "as much as possible" despite concerns over...

Singapore’s telco M1 won’t abandon Huawei

Singapore— Singaporean telco M1 Ltd is sticking by China’s embattled tech giant Huawei despite its blacklisting by the United States earlier this month. On Tuesday (May 28), M1 said that it will stand by Huawei for now, although it also said that it will have...

Huawei postpones Singapore launch of MateBook “until further notice,” tech war continues

Singapore – With the ongoing trade tensions between the United States and China as well as the ban placed on Huawei, the Chinese tech brand has started to postpone product launches. Huawei users and those keen on making the switch to the brand will have...