The Chinese telecom giant's industrial espionage activities in Poland have prompted calls for the company to be banned. But while the US is leading the drive for a boycott, EU governments remain.. Deutsche Welle - Published
There’s no denying the fact that things haven’t been going exactly well for Huawei these days. Last month, the company’s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada on request of.. BGR India - Published
According to Reuters, Poland could consider a ban on the use of Huawei products by public bodies and possible legislation to curtail their use by private citizens, after the arrest of a Chinese Huawei..
According to a report by CNN, on Friday, Poland's counterintelligence service confirmed that a Huawei executive has been arrested in Poland on charges of spying for China. Polish state media reportedly..
· *Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has broken years of silence to deny charges that his company spies on behalf of China.*
· *Huawei is the second-biggest smartphone maker after Samsung and also.. Business Insider - Published
BEIJING: China on Monday urged countries to end “fabrications” about Huawei, after an official in Poland said his country could limit the use of the company’s products by public entities.. WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India
China's Huawei Technologies, the leading global supplier of telecoms network equipment, faces questions over its access to European markets after the arrest of a sales executive in Poland on suspicion.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
The controversy involving Huawei Technologies in Poland will not only exacerbate the ongoing crisis surrounding the Chinese telecoms giant’s global operations, but also threaten Beijing’s overtures.. S.China Morning Post - Published
Huawei Technologies’ competitive 5G advantage in developing markets is likely to remain because of its affordable technology, say analysts, even as suspicion rises following the arrest last week in.. S.China Morning Post - Published
Chinese smartphone-maker Huawei has sacked an employee after he was arrested in Poland, charged with spying. Weijing Wang, the company's sales director in Poland, was dismissed by Huawei as it tries to.. betanews - Published Also reported by •BGR India
Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday.
1. *Apple is planning three new iPhone models in 2019, including a successor to the iPhone XR.* One of the new models will include a.. Business Insider - Published
BEIJING: Poland "must pay" for arresting an employee of Chinese telecom giant Huawei for alleged espionage, state-run tabloid Global Times said on Monday. Last week's detention of Wang Weijing follows.. WorldNews - Published
· The biggest news this weekend was about the now record-breaking partial government shutdown and its expanding fallout.
· *President Donald Trump was particularly active on Twitter over the weekend.. Business Insider - Published
Hong Kong and China stocks dropped in early Monday trading, as traders cautiously awaited a spate of trade and economic data from China and weighed the arrest of a Huawei sales director on spying.. S.China Morning Post - Published
The Chinese tech company Huawei on Saturday announced it has fired a sales director who was arrested in Poland and charged with spying for China, saying he has brought the firm's reputation "into.. New Zealand Herald - Published
Poland arrested a Chinese employee of Huawei and a former Polish security official on spying allegations, a move that could fuel Western security concerns about the telecoms equipment maker Haaretz - Published
Poland could consider banning the use of Huawei products by public bodies, a senior government official said on Sunday, following the arrest of a Chinese Huawei official in the east European country.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
Poland could consider a ban on the use of Huawei products by public bodies, a senior government official said on Sunday, following the arrest of a Chinese Huawei official in the east European country.. Reuters - Published