FBI sting: Did Huawei try to steal tech secrets?
05 February 2019 | 8:55 am
The inventor of a nearly indestructible smartphone screen is convinced that Huawei Technologies Co. tried to steal his technology, as told in the latest edition of Bloomberg Businessweek.
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Huawei Technologies Co. pulled ahead of Apple Inc. to claim the No. 2 position in global smartphone shipments in the second quarter just behind Samsung Electronics Co. Bloomberg Opinion's Alex Webb assesses the impact of Chinese competitors on Apple and other challenges facing the iPhone maker on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
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Bloomberg Intelligence's John Butler discusses the factors that will drive smartphone demand in 2019 with Bloomberg's Selina Wang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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1 Aug 2019
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Africans are increasingly using smartphones. Chinese providers in particular benefit from the boom. The African companies that are pushing their way onto the market are having a hard time competing with Chinese prices.
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We know our digital devices are logging our every move, yet we still trust in Apple, Facebook and Android. What if we "unGoogled" ourselves and took back control of our data? Two startups hope we will do just that.
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For the first time ever, China's electronics giant Huawei sold more smartphones than the South Korea's Samsung in the last quarter, according to an industry tracker. Still, Huawei faces trouble on the global market.
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ZTE is currently working on launching the world's first smartphone an under-screen camera on September 1. The Axon 20 5G will be the first “mass-produced” smartphone with the new in-display selfie camera. That means the phone will have no notch or punch-hole cut-out, making the device bezel-less.
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Apple has unveiled its latest iPhone - the first major redesign of the company's flagship product since 2017. The iPhone 12 will join offerings from rivals in what the industry is hoping will be a spending spree on new phones as next-generation 5G mobile networks are rolled out. Also in today's business round-up, why the United States and the European Union are calling for talks to resolve a long-running trade dispute over subsidies to Airbus and Boeing.
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Boris Pistorius told DW that Germany is willing to work with "reliable partners" like India and Indonesia. The German defense minister will be traveling to India alongside representatives from German's defense industry.
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Some 200 international observers were on hand to monitor this year's proceedings for a single round vote based on proportional representation to elect 102 lawmakers.
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