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August 20, 2019  9:36 AM

Huawei risks drowning as HarmonyOS heads for open waters

Alex Scroxton Alex Scroxton Profile: Alex Scroxton
Android, app developers, Huawei, operating system, smartphone

Earlier in August, Huawei announced it was launching its own open-source operating system, named HarmonyOS, which may replace Google’s Android on its devices, writes

October 29, 2014  11:18 AM

Why is Huawei hiding behind Honor?

Alex Scroxton Alex Scroxton Profile: Alex Scroxton
China, Honor, Huawei, LTE, smartphone

Let's be clear. I don't think Huawei is some kind of Chinese fifth column. I think it has consistently demonstrated good faith in its dealings outside China, and I'm generally happy to stand by that.

But now something has given me pause for thought.

A new smartphone brand has...

April 10, 2013  4:43 PM

HP can do mobile if it focuses on the enterprise

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
BlackBerry, Hewlett-Packard, HP, Mobile, Palm, smartphone

April 2, 2013  2:26 PM

Confirmation of an Amazon smartphone? Well, almost…

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
Amazon, smartphone

It seems like there is something exciting happening down at Amazon. Although the first thing you may think of is books, there has been widespread success for the online retailer with its budget Kindle Fire tablet and you can't get on a bus or tube without...

March 21, 2013  1:47 PM

Let the mourners come for HTC

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
Android, HTC, market, smartphone

January 30, 2013  11:16 AM

BlackBerry 10 day descends…

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
BlackBerry, research in motion, smartphone

August 29, 2012  4:49 PM

What will your seven mobile devices be?

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
Cisco, e-reader, Gartner, iPod, laptop, smartphone, tablet computer, Wi-Fi

I have just had a very interesting chat with Cisco's head of borderless networks in the UK and Ireland, Sarah Eccleston, about what changes bring your own device (BYOD) inspires in enterprise networks. 

August 28, 2012  12:24 PM

OwnFone could be onto something…

jscott1 Profile: jscott1
customise, OwnFone, smartphone, Website

Today has seen me get very excited about the simplest looking technology.

During my usual internet browsing - ok, Twitter - I came across a website called OwnFone.

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