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  • Huawei secures alternative map service, signs deal with TomTom

    Huawei secures alternative map service, signs deal with TomTom

    The ongoing saga between the US government and Huawei isn't about to end anytime soon, but the Chinese company hasn't been sitting around twiddling its thumbs. Huawei has been hard at work lately, mostly at developing alternatives for its devices. One of Huawei's latest move is to sign a partnership with TomTom, allowing the company to use TomTom's services on Huawei devices.

  • Stand a chance to win a Huawei MateBook D 15 worth RM2499

    Stand a chance to win a Huawei MateBook D 15 worth RM2499

    With the Huawei MateBook D 15 officially going on sale on 18 January 2020, Huawei has officially announced that you could stand a chance to win the aforementioned laptop for free. In terms of the dates, the contest starts from now until 12 January 2020 and the winners will be picked on 13 January 2020.

  • HiSilicon might start supplying chips to manufacturers other than Huawei

    HiSilicon might start supplying chips to manufacturers other than Huawei

    Based on a statement by eetimes.com, HiSilicon might be keen on supplying chipsets to manufacturers other than Huawei. It seems that the Shenzhen HiSilicon branch will be responsible for supplying chips to Huawei, while the Shanghai HiSilicon branch will focus solely on the open market.

  • Huawei Film Awards now accepting short film submissions, has a grand prize worth ~RM81860

    Huawei Film Awards now accepting short film submissions, has a grand prize worth ~RM81860

    These days, you can capture videos with all kinds of equipment and that includes something as simple as a smartphone. To encourage its smartphone users to such creative endeavours, Huawei has announced the Huawei Film Awards and its grand prize of USD20000 (~RM81860).

  • Huawei Mobile Services 4.0 promises improvements and more functionalities

    Huawei Mobile Services 4.0 promises improvements and more functionalities

    Huawei has certainly been hard at work with developing a platform that matches the Google Mobile Services. At the Huawei Developer Groups recently, the company confirmed that version 4.0 for its Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) will be ready soon and revealed some of the areas of improvements.

  • [HUAWEI Hacks]: 5 Hidden Features on EMUI 10

    [HUAWEI Hacks]: 5 Hidden Features on EMUI 10

    If you think your phone has already reached its highest potential, think about it twice! With EMUI 10, you can actually do a lot of things that you never thought you could do with a smartphone. These hidden features that we show you in the video are not only helpful, they are also easy to be used! 

  • Alternative Google apps and services from Huawei will be ready before 2020

    Alternative Google apps and services from Huawei will be ready before 2020

    Without Google Mobile Services (GMS), it’s harder for Huawei to keep up with other devices from another brands with the services. Although the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is trying to make the most out of its Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), it may still take some time for the services to be mature. Recently, we have found out Huawei is sourcing from India to develop alternative Google apps and services, and promised they will be ready by the end of this year.

  • [HUAWEI Hacks]: Clone your apps to access different accounts

    [HUAWEI Hacks]: Clone your apps to access different accounts

    If you are the kind of person who keeps switching between multiple accounts in one app, HUAWEI App Twin is the ultimate feature for you to try out. With HUAWEI App Twin, you are able to clone an app and sign into a different account. Now, you will have two same apps but using different accounts!

  • US government may soon be banned from buying Huawei equipment

    US government may soon be banned from buying Huawei equipment

    Huawei's trouble with the USA continues. Although it seemed like things were looking up, it has now been announced that the country's House of Representatives has passed a bill to ban the US FCC (Federal Communications Commission) from helping telco carriers purchase Huawei telecommunications equipment.

  • Facial recognition system on iPhones is more secure that the ones at airports

    Facial recognition system on iPhones is more secure that the ones at airports

    Facial recognition is deemed to be one of the secure ways to carry out identity verification. These days, many security checkpoints, airports, and even smartphones have started leaning toward the technology for identification. However, is the technology that reliable? Researchers at Krenon, an AI company, have announced they were able to trick some of the facial recognition systems with a 3D mask they made.