Apple's complex relationship with China has made the headlines again. Just a day after Chinese state media criticized the company for allowing HKmap in its App Store — and a week after Apple flip flopped on its initial decision to delist the app –…
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Tensions are extremely high between companies like Huawei and ZTE and the US government, especially after a string of arrests and investigations against Huawei. One of the conditions for T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger from a key US government department is that they can’t use Huawei network equipment, for example. That looks like it’s going to […]
Come comment on this article: US set to ban Chinese telecom equipment for US carriers
Everyone remembers when the rug was pulled out from under Huawei’s feet the day before they planned to announce a partnership with AT&T to sell the new Mate 10 Pro. It was the talk of CES 2018 and the result of the US government’s claim that the Chinese company was a threat to national security. […]
Come comment on this article: US deal saves Chinese phone maker ZTE from total ruin
There’s some not-so-great news about the beta update for the OnePlus 3T; apparently, it was accidentally sending copied clipboard information to a Chinese server owned by Alibaba. Oops. The beta update for Oreo with December’s security update was caught trying to access a suspicious IP address with the built-in clipboard application, and after some digging […]
Come comment on this article: OnePlus 3T beta software was accidentally sending clipboard data off to Chinese servers
Chinese Android software secretly transmitted personal data including text messages, call details, and contacts from tens of thousands of phones sold by Florida-based smartphone maker Blu.
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Flexible displays are being developed by a number of big companies, but so far we have yet to see a truly flexible device in stores. That could change later this year, however, with the release of such a device by Moxi Group.
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Maybe the smartphones from Apple, Samsung, and the other big names aren’t for you, and one of the phones from China this year has captured your attention. Here’s our rundown of the best Chinese smartphones.
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