Huawei

HTC launches smartphone for Malaysian market as shares slump
HTC Corp has launched a scaled-down version of its flagship smartphone, the HTC One M9+ – dubbed the HTC One E9+ amidst a maelstrom the company is facing after it announced flagging second quarter earnings.
DNA Test: Chinese smartwatches – cheap, but any good?
DNA editor Keith Liu puts on his Dick Tracy hat and checks out two Chinese smartphones – the FiFine W9 and the DZ09. One he can almost see a use for, the other is peculiar and confusing. Find out which is which.
Huawei reports 30% rise in revenue for H1 2015
Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei announced revenue for the first half of 2015 of 175.9 billion yuan (US$28 billion), a 30% increase over the same period last year.
Perception still the Achilles' heel for Huawei
Huawei is making headway as a serious handset-maker but is still struggling to find its footing in the United States because of poor perception and ongoing suspicion. What about the rest of the world? Edwin Yapp looks at the situation.
Huawei sets up regional ‘cloud exchange’ in Iskandar Malaysia
Huawei has opened its first regional data hosting centre, the Asia Pacific Digital Cloud Exchange, in the Iskandar Malaysia development hub in the southern state of Johor.
Huawei announces IoT architecture, lightweight OS
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd has announced the launch of its Agile Network 3.0 Architecture and introduced its Agile Internet of Things (IoT) solution.
DNA Test: Huawei’s Honor 4X not quite that ho-hum
Edwin Yapp takes Huawei's mid-range Honor 4X for a test drive and comes back fairly impressed.
Huawei rolls out Smart City solution in Malaysia
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd has announced the availability of its Smart City solution in Malaysia.
StarHub begins software-defined networking transformation
StarHub said it has started transforming its existing core and access networks to open, cloud-based networks using software-defined networking (SDN) technology.
Why the Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent mega-merger is significant
The telco world got a mild shock when news broke on April 15 that Finnish mobile equipment manufacturer Nokia Corp had agreed to buy Franco-American vendor Alcatel-Lucent SA in an all-stock deal valued at US$16.6 billion. Edwin Yapp breaks down the pros and cons of the deal
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