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Huawei looking to offer wider range of storage products

Huawei looking to offer wider range of storage products

After last year’s acquisition of U.S. computer security software company Symantec, China’s Huawei Technologies is looking at offering a larger range of storage products to its customers. While best known for being a networking and telecommunications equipment supplier, rising growth rates in mobile and Internet data services has prompted the company to seriously look at entering those markets.

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Windows Phone 8 teams with Nokia, Huawei, Samsung, and HTC

Windows Phone 8 teams with Nokia, Huawei, Samsung, and HTC

It appears that in addition to continuing their relationship with Qualcomm for processors on Microsoft's mobile operating system, Windows Phone 8 will be pushed to Nokia, Huawei, Samsung, and HTC devices. These devices will be available in 180 countries and in 50 different languages, and each of these hardware partners have guaranteed their support for Windows 8 in the future, with an 18 month update guarantee for software support included.

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Huawei Ascend P1 Review

Huawei Ascend P1 Review

Today on the SlashGear test bench is the new Huawei Ascend P1 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone. It was first unveiled at CES and we've been waiting for it ever since. As of late Huawei has been making some huge strides with their hardware to better compete with HTC and the Samsung's in the world, and this phone is a solid attempt. Being one of their best handsets to date can it match up? Check out the rest of the review to find out.

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T-Mobile Prism is the new $20 Android super-deal

T-Mobile Prism is the new $20 Android super-deal

It's time again for T-Mobile to release a Huawei manufactured device under their own label, this budget-minded smartphone set to bring fire where the Springboard left off. Of course this is a smartphone and that was a tablet, but still, there's room for everybody when you're working with Android. Here you've got a smartphone that's running on T-Mobile's 3G network, has a 3.5-inch HVGA touchscreen, and will be released with Android 2.3 Gingerbread right out of the box.

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Huawei to boost R&D for touch-free smartphones

Huawei to boost R&D for touch-free smartphones

Huawei may be more of an OEM manufacturer for various wireless carriers at the moment, but the China-based company is serious about expanding into the consumer market with its own branded devices and even beyond the realm of hardware. Huawei North America's general manager John Roese revealed that the company plans to increase spending in research and development in order to introduce "disruptive" technologies, which include touch-free devices.

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XCom Global Huawei 3G E176G USB Modem Review

XCom Global Huawei 3G E176G USB Modem Review

This Spring we got the opportunity to work with the Huawei model E176G 3G USB dongle connected to XCom Global for mobile data. This little device comes with a cap for the USB plug, the whole device is small enough to very easily slip into your pocket, and the whole package comes with an extensive manual and instructions that make its implementation relatively easy to set up and ultra-simple to use. I personally used this device during the entirety of Mobile World Congress over in Barcelona, Spain, and have to say: it worked pretty darn nicely.

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Huawei Ascend P1 super-slim Android arrives from May

Huawei Ascend P1 super-slim Android arrives from May

Huawei has announced launch details for its super-slim Ascend P1 Android smartphone, the 7.69mm thick Ice Cream Sandwich handset unveiled at CES 2012 back in January. The Ascend P1 will hit operators and retailers in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Australia by May, followed by Latin America from June, and with Europe getting the handset from the summer. Other markets however, including North America, will have to wait until after that.

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