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  1. Huawei is being dishonest in marketing HarmonyOS 2.0 as a brand-new OS; beta reveals it to be an EMUI 11 rebrand based on Android 10 Huawei currently bases HarmonyOS 2.0 on Android 10, according to Ars Technica. (Image source: Apps APK) Huawei may brag that HarmonyOS 2.0 is a 'brand-new distributed operating system', but Ars Technica has discovered that the company is telling porkies. Instead, HarmonyOS 2.0 is nothing more than a renamed EMUI 11, and one that Harmony requires a passport or a driving licence to try out. Huawei describes Harmo
  2. Except this HiCar uses API level control, so how powerful your car entertainment and control system can be influenced by the app.
  3. (Reuters) - A China-based website that allowed for manual installation of Google’s Android apps on Huawei’s newly launched Mate 30 devices went offline on Wednesday after a security researcher highlighted the “backdoor” to sidestep a U.S. ban. Image Source The link to the website, LZPlay, surfaced about 10 days earlier on social media site reddit. “This GMS (Google Mobile Services) installer is ad-free, well-designed, and ONLY works for Huawei devices,” wrote a user. Launched two weeks earlier, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd’s Mate 30 phone uses an op
  4. Huawei Just Started Selling Laptops With A Beautiful Linux OS Pre-Installed Some of the best and most affordable premium laptops on the market are now shipping with Linux pre-installed. More specifically they’re shipping with Deepin, a beautiful and polished desktop Linux distribution which, like Huawei, are based in China. Whether this is a result of the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China is unknown, but it’s a nice step forward for the proliferation of Linux alternatives promoted by major OEMs like Dell and Lenovo.
  5. Huawei to launch Mate 30 on September 19 without Android OS Huawei to launch Mate 30 on September 19 without Android OS Huawei is set to unveil its next flagship on September 19 Huawei has announced that its next flagship device -- the first one expected to launch without Google's Android operating system -- will launch in Munich on September 19. This weekend, Huawei's official mobile Twitter account announced that the flagship Mate 30 Series will launch in Munich on September 19. The brief video published
  6. Samsung and Huawei crush Apple's smartphone global market share It wasn't long ago that it looked like Apple would overtake Samsung to grab the biggest chunk of the global smartphone market. But now the company has been pushed into third place by Huawei. By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes for Hardware 2.0 | May 6, 2019 -- 07:32 GMT (15:32 GMT+08:00) It's funny how quickly things can change. Three months ago it seemed like Apple was on track to grab the global smartphone market share crown from Samsung, only to be shoved into third place by Chinese maker Huawei. What does this mean f
  7. SAN FRANCISCO — A top executive and daughter of the founder of the Chinese tech giant Huawei was arrested on Saturday in Canada at the request of the United States, in a move likely to escalate tensions between the two countries at a delicate moment. The arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer, unfolded on the same night that President Trump and President Xi Jinping of China dined together in Buenos Aires and agreed to a 90-day trade truce. The two countries are set to begin tense negotiations in hopes of ending a trade war that has been pummeling both economies. Th
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