By Qiaoyi Li and Brenda Goh BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese tech company Huawei unveiled on Wednesday a new software brand for intelligent driving, marking its latest push to become a major player in the electric vehicle industry. The new brand Qiankun, symbolising

Huawei US ban: Ren Zhengfei's words from 2019, spoken in the midst of the US embargo on Huawei, resonate with a powerful truth today: 'We are a wounded animal, but we will come roaring back and dominate the world'. Huawei

By Josh Ye, David Kirton and Brenda Goh HONG KONG/SHENZHEN/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese technology giant Huawei started selling two models of its highly anticipated, high-end Pura 70 smartphone series on Thursday that many analysts expect to contain an advanced China-made chip

By Brenda Goh and Liam Mo BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese tech giant Huawei has started allowing customers to register their interest in an upcoming smartphone model it has yet to describe, stoking anticipation that the latest version of its high-end P

By Alexandra Alper and Karen Freifeld WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican U.S. lawmakers on Friday criticized the Biden administration after sanctioned Chinese telecoms equipment giant Huawei unveiled a laptop this week powered by an Intel AI chip. The United States placed Huawei on

Βy Brenda Goh SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Huawei said that a shortage of semiconductors and factory relocation issues that had delayed production and deliveries of its Luxeed S7 sedan should be resolved from next month, local media outlet Cailianshe reported on Saturday. It

Huawei: Apple Vision Pro has arrived in the US, and the question on many people's minds is whether it will finally succeed in popularising mixed reality and thus open up a new market segment for consumer technology. Most of all,

Huawei is preparing to come back to Europe. The company will debut the following year with its first factory in France dedicated to producing equipment for mobile phone networks. It is an investment on which not all governments in the

By Yelin Mo and Brenda Goh BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi said on Tuesday a senior Huawei executive had seriously misrepresented facts when he claimed that rival firms were not fully respecting patents. Yu Chengdong, who runs Huawei's consumer products