smartphones
Huawei Can’t Stop Samsung From Selling Phones in China, Court Rules

Samsung nearly lost its right to manufacture and sell phones in China—but it scraped by thanks to an American judge’s ruling on Friday that will allow the tech giant to keep its foothold in the Chinese market. Read More >>

laptops
This Laptop is the MacBook Pro People Wish Apple Would Make

So there I am, six thousand miles away from home in a foreign country (whose language I don’t speak) covering a trade show by myself, and I realise the power brick on my XPS 13 is busted. This is a disaster. My laptop is my lifeblood. I need it to write stories, edit photos, and collaborate with the team back home. Without it, I’m truly screwed. And what’s even worse is that my work XPS is the last generation without support for charging over USB-C, and because Spain doesn’t give a shit about Dell, there was no replacing it (trust me I tried). Read More >>

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Huawei’s New Triple Camera Smartphone Could Start a Tech Arms Race

I have a friend who often likes to joke about the pointlessness of dual cameras. And even though I know his jabs are often said in jest, there’s a bit of truth in there too. I mean really, how much better is two cameras than one? Well just as we were getting used to two cameras, Chinese phone giant Huawei is kicking off a whole new race to fill the entire backside of phones with cameras starting with the triple cam arrangement on the new P20 Pro. Read More >>

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MWC 2018: Huawei’s Matebook X Pro is a Slick Challenger to the Very Best Windows Laptops

In the laptop world, Dell’s XPS 13 gets a lot of credit for having a great design, excellent battery life and that nifty Infinity Edge display that started the trend of slimmer bezels on laptops. But what most people don’t know is that the laptop with the thinnest bezels in the world isn’t a Dell, it’s now a Huawei. Read More >>

mwc 2018
MWC 2018: Huawei Has Some New Hardware Coming, and it Clearly Has Apple in its Sights

Mobile World Congress officially begins in Barcelona tomorrow, but today's the day we're starting to hear big announcements from mobile companies across the world. While many will have their eyes set on Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event this evening, Huawei took to the stage to announce a range of new products. Read More >>

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Honor’s Mid-Range Phone is Trying to Save Us From the £1000 Flagship

For the last few years, £600, £650, or maybe even £700 was all you needed to get a brand new top-of-the—line phone. But in 2018, a lot of people are going to tasked with a difficult choice: shell out another £200 or £300 to hit the increased price tags flagships are now demanding, or settle for something a bit more affordable. And at first, this proposition might sound like another frustrating aspect of an increasingly crazy product cycle, but it doesn’t actually have to be that way. That’s because there are mid-range phones like the £500 OnePlus 5T and this new £520 Honor View 10 (currently marked down to £450), that can make that second option feel less like a compromise and more like a good way to stop getting screwed. Read More >>

technology
The American Dreams of China’s Biggest Smartphone Brand Are Basically Dead

Lawmakers are determined to bury any dreams that Chinese electronics manufacturer Huawei has ever had of gaining traction in the US. After pressuring AT&T to kill a major deal with the company this week, members of Congress are now moving forward with a bill that would ban the federal government from working with contractors that use any equipment from Huawei or ZTE. Read More >>

reviews
Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro Is a Valiant Attempt to Slay the iPhone With AI Smarts

A few months ago, Huawei passed Apple to become the second largest smartphone maker in the world, (Samsung’s number one). Yet its phones are seldom sold in any of the big carrier stores. Even when they are, they are often hidden behind a bigger brand like on the Nexus 6P. The company isn’t a known entity in the West, but that won’t stop it from releasing new phones. Its latest flagship handset, the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, comes complete with its own homegrown silicon that Huawei claims should make its smartphone the most intelligent. It isn’t. Read More >>

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Huawei’s Mate 10 Wants to be the Smartest Phone Around, But What Does That Even Mean?

As the autumn smartphone season starts to wind down, the number two smartphone maker in the world (it’s not Apple anymore) is sending us off with its answer to this year’s batch of iPhones, Pixels, and Galaxies with the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro. Read More >>

microsoft
Microsoft and Huawei Both Announce Computers On The Same Day

Microsoft has announced the new Surface Pro, although surprises are a little thin on the ground after some comprehensive leaked. However, the key points are pretty exciting. Read More >>

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Huawei’s New Honor 8 Pro Is Like An S8 On A Budget

Huawei brand Honor has just unveiled its shiny new smartphone, and it's a beauty. Read More >>

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New Honor Smartphone To Be Unveiled Today

It might not be the biggest name in Android phones, but Huawei brand Honor has a dedicated band of fans – and they're pretty hyped for the new phone announcement coming today. Read More >>

mwc 2017
The Most-Searched Phone of MWC 2017 was… the Nokia 3310

After working tirelessly for years to create a flagship smartphone that would wow the crowds at MWC 2017, the likes of Huawei, LG, Samsung and Sony have been absolutely trounced by a feature phone from the year 2000. Read More >>

phones
Hands On With The Huawei P10: Behind The Keynote Bullshit Is One Nice Looking Phone

The problem with a phone launch event is that there are only so many times that you can watch an executive say in front of an enormous projection screen that their new rectangle - the one that their company has spent a year working on - is the most innovative thing since sliced bread. So it is pretty easy to become jaded. Read More >>

smartwatches
Huawei’s Watch 2 Is The Launch Of A Revitalised Android Wear

Android Wear — and wearables that normal people will actually wear — might be back. The Huawei Watch 2 — and its more stylish Classic sibling — are the first devices to launch with Android Wear 2.0, Google's long-overdue answer to the Apple Watch Series 2. Read More >>