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M1 is working on a S$24 million testbed to improve road safety – and a 5G network for hot pot restaurant Haidilao customers
Customers at Haidilao's new Marina Square restaurant will get to play virtual and augmented reality games in a special "5G experience corner".
China has long blocked major US tech companies, including Facebook and Google, from operating in the country.
Trump reportedly green lighted some US firms to do business with Huawei ahead of US-China trade talks
The US government blacklisted the Chinese telecoms titan in May, banning US firms from doing business with it.
Huawei is getting a first look at cutting-edge defence, health, and AI startups from Oxford University amid US fears that it steals IP
Huawei bought a 0.7% stake in Oxford-based research fund Oxford Sciences Innovation (OSI), according to a report in the Financial Times.
Android researcher John Wu found a backdoor to installing Google apps on the phone using an app called 'LZPlay.'
Huawei's Mate 30 Pro camera photo score ranks best among all devices, even better than the Galaxy Note Plus 5G.
Huawei just unveiled its first flagship phone since it was banned from using Google’s app store — but the Huawei app store has only 3 popu...
The only app available on Huawei's app store that I'd download is Amazon. There's also TikTok and Fortnite, if it helps.
Huawei’s new smartphones run the latest version of Google’s Android operating system despite the US ban — here’s how that work...
Google's Android operating system is freely available for anyone to use — it's the Android app store that Huawei doesn't have access to.
Huawei’s new Mate 30 flagship phone doesn’t come with any Google apps, and it’s the first big tech casualty of the US-China trade wa...
The US ban on Huawei dealt its first big blow to the company, as it was forced to release its flagship Mate 30 without Google apps.
Navy SEAL who oversaw the bin Laden raid says China’s massive military buildup is a ‘holy s—‘ moment
Speaking at an event in Washington, William McRaven, a SEAL who oversaw the bin Laden raid, said the US was approaching a "Sputnik moment" with China.