The next prime minister must decide whether Huawei should be allowed to be part of the UK’s 5G network “as a matter of priority”, Dominic Grieve’s Intelligence and Security Committee has said.
There are no technological grounds for banning Chinese firm Huawei from the UK’s 5G networks, the Science and Technology Select Committee has said.
Nokia has distanced itself from a senior executive who took aim at Huawei over the ongoing debate surrounding the safety of its 5G technology.
Donald Trump’s ban on Huawei could influence UK firms’ decisions about using the Chinese telecoms giant’s technology, Theresa May has suggested.
Huawei’s UK managing director has insisted “nothing has changed” for the Chinese company despite a US-issued trade ban on the firm.
Huawei has claimed many of its newest devices will be able to receive the next version of the Android operating system, despite a US trade ban restricting access to products.
A US cyber chief has warned China will use Huawei as a gateway to “spy, steal and attack” the UK.
Laptops made by Huawei have reappeared on the Microsoft online store after they were removed in the wake of a US executive order which cracked down on the Chinese company.
Huawei’s founder has likened his company to a badly damaged plane, and said revenues will be 30 billion US dollars (£24 billion) less than forecast over the next two years.
Huawei’s P30 Pro phone is creating a stir among mobile photography enthusiasts.
Huawei has been accused of pushing adverts onto the lockscreen of some of its mobile phones after some users complained of suddenly being served the adverts without warning.
Huawei is to delay the launch of its first foldable smartphone, the Mate X, saying it wants to test the device further after rival Samsung suffered issues with its own foldable phone earlier this year.
O2 will launch its own 5G network this year, chief executive Mark Evans has said, as the mobile operator announced new billing options for the Apple Watch.
The UK’s network operators have reportedly written to the Government asking for it to be clearer about its position on Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, over fears it could impact on the country’s roll-out of 5G.
Chinese tech giant Huawei has said it would have become the world’s number one smartphone maker by the year’s end if it were not for “unexpected” circumstances.
A senior Huawei executive has denied the firm is complicit in alleged repressive actions by the Chinese Government, fending off comparisons to those who manufactured the gas chambers in Nazi Germany.
Attempts are being made to unceremoniously push Chinese tech giant Huawei from the global markets, Vladimir Putin has said.
Facebook has suspended Huawei’s ability to pre-install the social network’s apps on its smartphones.
Huawei Technologies has signed an agreement with Russian telecom company MTS to develop next-generation 5G networks.
Ireland is keeping an “open mind” on security concerns raised by the US about the Huawei telecoms giant, the Taoiseach has said.