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  • Huawei files motion for summary judgement in US court today

    Huawei files motion for summary judgement in US court today

    After being banned in the US and forced to sever ties with several US companies like GoogleIntelARM and more, Huawei has decided to sue the US government and has filed a motion for summary judgment to challenge the constitutionality of Section 889 of the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (2019 NDAA). A hearing on the motion is set for September 19

  • Huawei's new OS may be named Ark OS instead of HongMeng

    Huawei's new OS may be named Ark OS instead of HongMeng

    Huawei’s in a tight spot right now as many vendors and businesses severe ties with the Chinese manufacturer. It seems like Huawei had anticipated this move for awhile and has been working on their very own OS. Reports have surfaced that the OS may be named “Ark OS” instead of the initially thought HongMeng.

  • UK-based ARM suspends relationship with Huawei over US blacklist, but it isn’t all grim

    UK-based ARM suspends relationship with Huawei over US blacklist, but it isn’t all grim

    According to the BBCARM Holdings, designers of nearly all the smartphone chipsets and processors in the world recently sent out a memo to stop "all active contracts, support entitlements, and any pending engagements” with Huawei due to the US blacklisting. While ARM is a UK-based company owned by Japan-based SoftBank, it purportedly uses “US origin technology” in their designs which are also used in Huawei’s HiSilicon Kirin chipsets. While this means that we could see less Huawei Kirin chipsets in the future, it isn’t all as grim or “insurmountable” as some may believe.

  • Here’s the U-Turn as Huawei gets a 3-month temporary license from the US

    Here’s the U-Turn as Huawei gets a 3-month temporary license from the US

    Apparently, realizing that there’s just too many loose ends to shore up, the US Government has just provided Huawei with a temporary license for 3 months that invalidates the previous blacklist. The license in particular states that Huawei suppliers in the US may sell Huawei equipment "necessary to maintain and support existing and currently fully operational networks and equipment, including software updates and patches."

  • Now Qualcomm and Intel cuts business with Huawei and stops chip supplies

    Now Qualcomm and Intel cuts business with Huawei and stops chip supplies

    If you thought Google cutting business ties with Huawei wasn’t brutal enough, Qualcomm and Intel have now hopped on the bandwagon as well. The two companies will be cutting chip supplies to the Chinese manufacturer under orders by the Trump administration.

  • Opinions: Will Google’s decision to side with the US affect Huawei at all? How will it affect us in Malaysia?

    Opinions: Will Google’s decision to side with the US affect Huawei at all? How will it affect us in Malaysia?

    Recent news that Google has stopped access to certain services and updates for Huawei on US orders has sent any number of Malaysians into a frenzy. The first thing we have to say is, chill and keep calm, the stopped access only affects future updates to certain proprietary Google apps and the upcoming Android Q. If you’re a Huawei device user, you won’t lose access to GMail or YouTube today (we used Google Docs to type this with no issues). We'd recommend taking a chill pill for now and seeing what else Google details in their official statement and what Huawei has planned.

  • Your Huawei devices may not have Android support soon

    Your Huawei devices may not have Android support soon

    Trade wars have always been brutal and the current trade war between the United States and China is potentially about to leave many Huawei users disappointed. Huawei’s business with Google has been suspended and among the services affected include the transfer of hardware, software and technical services. TL;DR: Huawei users would potentially lose access to popular Google services such as Google Play Store, Gmail and Youtube.

  • Huawei 5G here to stay as Ren Zhengfei warmly welcomes Tun M’s Beijing visit?

    Huawei 5G here to stay as Ren Zhengfei warmly welcomes Tun M’s Beijing visit?

    Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Prime Minister of Malaysia recently made a visit to Huawei Technologies’ Beijing office where he was warmly welcomed by Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei. Looking much like an endorsement from Malaysia and Huawei on 5G development within Malaysia, the visit comes hot on the heels of various 5G trials within the country along with the 5G Malaysia Showcase.

  • Honkai Impact 3 now available on Huawei AppGallery with a free in-game item gift pack

    Honkai Impact 3 now available on Huawei AppGallery with a free in-game item gift pack

    Hey mobile gamers, in this short news announcement apparently Huawei Malaysia has teamed up with miHoYo, the makers of Honkai Impact 3 and they are rewarding the fans with some gifts along with the new game app update.

  • 5G is coming to Malaysia as Maxis and Huawei sign MoU at MWC 2019

    5G is coming to Malaysia as Maxis and Huawei sign MoU at MWC 2019

    Maxis and Huawei have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) at this year's Mobile World Congress to accelerate 5G in Malaysia. Looking to collaborate and cooperate on full-fledged 5G trials with end-to-end systems and services, the event saw Gokhan Ogut, CEO-designate and Morten Bangsgaard, Chief Technology officer for Maxis signing with  Guo Ping, Huawei Rotating Chairman, Jeffery Liu, Huawei President of the Southern Pacific Region, and Michael Yuan, CEO of Huawei Malaysia.