In the first quarter of 2013, a third of smartphones sold in the U.S. were prepaid, double the amount from the previous year. Apple's share of the prepaid market? A mere 8 percent.
Fear of Huawei's alleged connections to the Chinese government is keeping the company out of U.S. businesses.
Interestingly, the articles acknowledge a political tinge to the recent spanking Apple has been taking in China, saying that Chinese networking and mobile companies Huawei and ZTE "have long been restricted in the US markets under security and other accusations."
China is a top strategic market for Apple. But Samsung claimed the country's smartphone title in 2012 for the first time, according to new data released over the weekend.
Guest Post With some 70,000 visitors in Barcelona this week for the Mobile World Congress, the tone is being set for the next phase of the dynamic mobile telecommunications industry.
With its latest effort, Microsoft aims to get more people in Africa online (and using Windows phone).
Huawei, once a blip on the smartphone market radar, has become a major force in the smartphone world. But the U.S. is standing in its way.
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Editor's Pick This CES was mostly fun, but there were still a few things to hate.
Huawei, you've successfully built the world's largest smartphone with the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate. Congratulations?
Huawei's Ascend Mate has a 6.1-inch display, making it one of the largest smartphones ever.
Looks like Chinese telecommunications manufacturer Huawei is getting slammed again. Now it's Los Alamos National Laboratory, the facility that is in charge of maintaining the United States's arsenal of nuclear weapons, that has apparently tossed out Huawei network switches.
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A special White House investigation couldn't find any evidence of Chinese spying through Huawei telecommunications systems, though the U.S. recently warned businesses using the vendor that it "cannot be trusted to be free of foreign state influence."
The Chinese Commerce Ministry struck back yesterday after a U.S. report urged domestic companies to sever ties with Chinese telecommunications vendors Huawei and ZTE. The ministry believes the U.S. is being speculative and isn't basing its claims on solid ground.
The U.S. Congress Intelligence Committee and telecommunications vendor Cisco are agreed on one thing: Chinese networking equipment companies can't be trusted.
The emergence of Chinese telecom companies Huawei and ZTE has meant a larger selection of cheaper phones for U.S. consumers. But the companies may also present a security threat to the U.S., according to U.S. Congressman Mike Rogers. Rogers says …
The government of Australia wants to build a nationwide high-speed Internet network, and it’s accepting proposals from all bidders — all except China’s Huawei, a multinational electronics and telecom giant.
Huawei is China’s largest company in the business of supplying …
Chinese mobile manufacturer Huawei on Tuesday announced its 7-inch Springboard for T-Mobile, a new Android tablet that will compete with other 7-inch tablets such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 and the red-hot Amazon Kindle Fire.
Android tablets have failed …
AT&T has announced its new smartphone, the Impulse 4G, will be available on September 18th, 2011. With a contract, the Impulse 4G is just $29.99.
The Impulse 4G a Huawei-sourced Android 2.2 device with a 3.8-inch display and a 5-megapixel …