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13 January 2018, 05:15 | Anna Nguyen
CES 2018 | Unlocked Huawei Mate 10 Pro makes its way over to the US
Huawei, which appeared to lose a deal with AT&T that would have given it an improved foothold in the United States handset market, faced criticism from U.S. lawmakers over its intellectual property protection and its ties to Chinese intelligence, according to a letter seen by AFP this week. Their reason, USA lawmakers expressed concerned about potential ties between Huawei and the Chinese government. The congress members were concerned that Huawei is working so closely with the Communist Party and intelligence services in China. A copy of the letter was seen by Reuters.
"We win the trust of the Chinese carriers, we win the trust of the emerging markets. and also we win the trust of the global carriers, all the European and Japanese carriers", he said. "We've proven our privacy and security protection", he said.
At CES, an angry Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei, admitted the end of the AT&T deal was a loss for the company, "but the more big loss is for consumers, because consumers don't have the best choice".
Washington began to have concerns about Chinese investment in the United States before President Donald Trump took office past year, and those concerns have heightened. "Allowing Huawei, ZTE, and other related entities access to US government communications would be inviting Chinese surveillance into all aspects of our lives".
With New ST Version Ford Edge Gets Edgier
Ford's also outfitted the updated SUV with a wireless charging pad and an available 12-speaker B&O Play premium audio system. SYNC with AppLink™, an enhanced voice-recognition communications and entertainment system, is also standard.
But the deal, which was supposed to be announced at the CES consumer trade show in Las Vegas on Tuesday, was canceled by the U.S. side at the last minute.
Huawei perhaps could take a lesson or two from Apple in exploring the U.S. market. But a number of politicians reject the deal and question online security in the United States.
Samsung Electronics, the flagship company of the wider Samsung Group, has been ordered to stop infringing two patents owned by Chinese telecommunications company Huawei Technologies. It was launched in Europe in October with a price tag of 799 euros ($955).
While Huawei has been selling unlocked units of their flagships through online stores in the USA, they are yet to carry out sales through major carriers like AT&T - which remains to be a popular choice among Americans when purchasing new handsets.
Is Zuma Lost? SpaceX Said Its Rocket Did Everything Right
SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell issued a statement Tuesday saying the Falcon 9's part of the mission went off as planned. The foggy responses by concerned authorities are fueling the fire to rumors and speculations about Zuma mission being a failure.
Dates set for London games
The new stadium will only host one game this year, but has plans to host additional games in the same season moving forward. Gridiron fans will be able to sample the action once again at Wembley, as well as at Tottenham Hotspur's brand new stadium.