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Huawei claims US committee was “committed to a predetermined outcome”

Huawei claims US committee was “committed to a predetermined outcome”

In a quickfire response back to accusations that Huawei and ZTE were less than desirable when it came to international companies bringing technology to the USA, the latter company has made it clear that they couldn't disagree more with the US commission's message. In an extended note from Huawei, they begin by saying that "despite our best effort, the Committee appears to have been committed to a predetermined outcome." Huawei is not pleased with what the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has done to their image, needless to say.

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US lawmakers list five must-dos to block Huawei and ZTE hack-threat

US lawmakers list five must-dos to block Huawei and ZTE hack-threat

The US committee calling for ZTE and Huawei to be blackballed as suppliers has released a five-strong list of recommendations to protect against Chinese cyberterrorism, including demanding more government insight into private sector tech deals. The House Intelligence Committee report concludes that American companies should "use another vendor" and highlights the potential for damage when "critical infrastructure" such as the electricity supply, banking, water, and other systems are "incredibly connected." As for the Chinese firms in question, despite their protestations that they have been open and honest, "Huawei and ZTE provided incomplete, contradictory, and evasive responses to the Committee’s core concerns" the committee chairman said in a statement today.

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Huawei and ZTE “could undermine US national security” say lawmakers

Huawei and ZTE “could undermine US national security” say lawmakers

Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE are under fire from US lawmakers, with the House Intelligence Committee branding the two companies as potential espionage weakspots for the Chinese government. "China has the means, opportunity, and motive to use telecommunications companies for malicious purposes" the bipartisan-authored report warns, recommending that companies in the US should avoid using either Huawei or ZTE hardware, and that mergers and acquisitions by the firms should be blocked by US regulators. Unsurprisingly, the accusations have been met with outrage from the rising Chinese tech companies.

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EE LTE benchmarked: iPhone 5 gets super-fast in the UK

EE LTE benchmarked: iPhone 5 gets super-fast in the UK

UK 4G carrier EE has been flaunting its speeds again, and we couldn't resist stopping by to see how the iPhone 5 and other handsets perform on the new LTE network. Set to go live within a matter of weeks, EE - a combination of Orange and T-Mobile UK - promises to deliver the first taste of 4G speed to data-hungry Brits, and the numbers certainly are impressive: downloads nudging 60 Mbps and uploads of up to 18 Mbps.

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EE puts LTE phones up for sale (sort of): Galaxy Note II LTE incoming

EE puts LTE phones up for sale (sort of): Galaxy Note II LTE incoming

New 4G carrier EE has thrown three of its LTE smartphones up for purchase today, and confirmed the Galaxy Note II LTE is also incoming, though you can't actually use the high-speed data connection yet. The HTC One XL, Samsung Galaxy S III, and Huawei Ascend P1 LTE are all available from today through Orange and T-Mobile UK, though for the moment users will only see 3G data speeds. That will change "in the coming weeks" however, when EE launches LTE service.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: September 4, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: September 4, 2012

We're getting ready to end a Tuesday that has produced some rather big news, so let's jump right into it, shall we? By far the biggest story of the day had to do with upcoming the Apple event. Apple started sending out invitations for the event today, using a picture that gives away what to expect at the event (spoiler alert: the iPhone 5 is coming). With an iPhone 5 reveal essentially confirmed, analysts are predicting success for the new handset, saying that it could potentially sell 10 million units this quarter. Not bad, provided the device actually hits those marks.

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Huawei Ascend D1 lands in China on September 12

Huawei Ascend D1 lands in China on September 12

After suffering numerous delays, it seems that the Huawei Ascend D1 quad-core smartphone is finally ready for prime time. The company announced today that the phone will be launching in China on September 12, and after that, it should slowly roll out to other regions around the world. Why will the roll out be slow? Blame it on that in-house K3V2 1.5GHz quad-core processor.

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Huawei Ascend G600 smartphone launches

Huawei Ascend G600 smartphone launches

Huawei has announced the launch of its latest Android smartphone called the Ascend G600. The smartphone runs Android 4.0 and has an eight-megapixel auto focusing rear camera. The phone also features a pair of speakers with DTS surround sound to provide high-quality audio on the go. Huawei promises that the new smartphone will provide more visual clarity, more speed, and more power for smartphone users.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: August 2nd, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: August 2nd, 2012

Without a doubt you'll want to start your day off right with our early review of Total Recall - the 2012 version. Right after that you'll want to take a peek at our interview with none other than the director of Total Recall Len Wiseman as he speaks with us about Science Fiction, directing his wife (Kate Beckinsale), and customized LED tattoos. Next you'll want to dive into Minecraft 1.3.1 as it brings on Emeralds as well as NPC trading! You'll also find that early this morning we've got a report on Sony's fiscal Q1 report shows income down a shocking 77 percent.

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