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29 Aug
A smartphone that speaks 16 local languages has hit the market in Ivory Coast, aiming to improve digital access for the more than half the population who struggle to read and write.
7 Sep 2021
If you use an Android phone, then you have to be wary of this virus. It is called 'Joker' and it is capable of emptying your bank account without notice. You have been warned!
16 Aug 2021
The Nokia 9000 Communicator — "the office in your back pocket" — was a smartphone even before the word was invented. It has been 25 years since it revolutionized the market.
21 Aug 2020
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.
5 Aug 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Thursday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Thursday.⁣⁣⁣
1 Aug 2020
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.
23 Sep 2019
Huawei Consumer Group Chief Executive Officer Richard Yu shows off the new Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro phones. But since the U.S. blacklisted Huawei, the android smartphones don't have Google apps.
8 Sep 2019
In a news release on Tuesday, smartphone maker Huawei accused Washington of 'coercing' and 'enticing' some of its mid-to-high- level employees and partners into becoming informants for them, along with other allegations.
1 Aug 2019
Smartphone slowdown hits Apple & Samsung
27 May 2019
Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei is striking a defiant tone in face of the U.S. sanctions against his company. In an exclusive interview, he told Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie that Huawei will find alternatives to keep its lead in smartphone manufacturing and 5G.
31 Mar 2019
Huawei Technologies Co. earnings surged 25 percent last year as the Chinese telecommunications giant rose up the ranks of the global smartphone market. Revenue for the year jumped almost 20 percent.
5 Feb 2019
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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