Huawei Introduced its Own Harmony Operating System

On Friday, Huawei unveiled its new Linux-based operating system, Harmony OS. The move comes after the Chinese tech giant was placed in May in the so-called. a "blacklist" of the United States, which threatens permission in the future to continue to use Google's Android operating system on its smartphones.

Huawei's own Harmony OS will be open source.

Telenor Bulgaria to Broadcast Live Concert Using 5G

Telenor Bulgaria will broadcast a live concert in its MyTelenor app. Customers will be able to view Orlin Pavlov's concert at the Rowing Base in Plovdiv which will take place on 28 August. The concert will be shot with the Huawei P30 Pro smartphone and will be broadcast with the support of the 5G technology.

Telenor Сtarts 5G Тrials Аcross Bulgaria

Telenor Bulgaria commenced its series of practical 5G technology tests by introducing the first remote medical exam over 5G in Bulgaria. During the event, Telenor also made its first 5G video call in Bulgaria. This was the first in a series of practical 5G tests which Telenor will make across the country in the coming months after it received test spectrum three weeks ago.

How China Shapes our Future

In the middle of May, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order enabling the federal government to prohibit US companies from buying telecom equipment from foreign companies. The first to feel the damage from the order was Chinese company Huawei. How do you see this situation?

The Battle Between the US Government and Huawei: Huawei Will Sue the Government

Huawei Technologies filed a lawsuit against the US Commerce Department on Friday (June 21), challenging whether telecommunications equipment it sent from China to the United States, and then back to China, is covered by Export Administration Regulations, according to a court filing.

The lawsuit is the latest salvo in a battle between the US government and Huawei.

Huawei Technologies' Creator and CEO, Ren Zhengfei won’t Approve Countermeasures Against Apple

Huawei Technologies' creator and CEO, Ren Zhengfei, told Bloomberg TV that Beijing's countermeasures against Apple Inc. are unlikely and he will oppose a possible move from Beijing to the iPhone maker.

Answering some calls in China for reprisal measures against Apple, Ren Zhengfei said he would "protest" against any such move if it was taken by the Beijing government.