Topic: Android OS
Huawei Technologies officially unveiled its self-made operating system, Harmony OS, in China last week as the world’s second-largest smartphone vendor continues to battle the effects of being put on...
SHENZHEN, Aug 6 — Chinese media outlet Global Times reported that Huawei will launch the first commercial devices powered by its in-house operating system this year.
… We wouldn’t necessarily recommend it, though.
What’s happened to Hongmeng OS?
The US government may soon approve licenses that would allow several of its own companies to restart trade with Huawei once more.
Ever since Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies faced a potential ban on the use of Google’s Android OS after being placed on a US blacklist, company executives have kept the market guessing a...
The elusive HongMeng OS, developed by Huawei, has been regarded by many as an alternative to Google’s Android OS.
BEIJING: Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd got a much needed reprieve from some of the trade sanctions leveled against it by the U.S. when President Donald Trump said over the weekend he would ease restrictions on the Chinese tech giant.
Huawei has announced the official launch period for EMUI 9.1 on all its devices.
The Nintendo Switch is a tablet made primarily for gaming, and not much else.
BEIJING, June 22 — Yesterday, it was reported that Huawei announced three brand new smartphones in China; for how long the devices will have access to Android OS updates and Google’s Play Store is...
China’s Huawei is in the process of potentially launching its “Hongmeng” OS to replace Android OS, Reuters reports.
MEXICO CITY: An executive of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd said on Thursday that the Chinese telecoms giant is in the process of potentially launching its "Hongmeng" operating system (OS) to replace the U.S. Android OS
LIMA/SHANGHAI: China's Huawei has applied to trademark its "Hongmeng" operating system (OS) in at least nine countries and Europe, data from a U.N. body shows, in a sign it may be deploying a back-up plan in key markets as U.S. sanctions threaten its business model.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei says it could roll out its own operating system for smartphones and laptops in China by the autumn after the United States blacklisted the company, a report said May 23.
Mozilla has officially launched Firefox Lite.
The European Union (EU) has fined Google yet again. This time around, the search engine is being slapped with a fine amounting to €1.49 billion (~RM6.9 billion) for breaking EU Antitrust Laws.
Earlier in the month, Niantic announced that it will be adding the “Go Snapshot” feature to Pokemon Go earlier this month.
Twitter has launched a new public beta for users for threaded replies.