1. Huawei reportedly to delay announcement of new laptop  CNET
  2. Huawei exec confirms goal of topping smartphone world put on hold - GSMArena.com news  GSMArena.com
  3. Huawei says it's scrapping laptop launch because of US blacklisting  CNBC
  4. Huawei reportedly postpones planned laptop launch  The Verge
  5. Senior Executive: Huawei Doing Better Than Ever, Not in Danger  Sputnik International
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New Windows laptop was supposed to make an appearance at a trade show in Asia this week, The Information reports.New Windows laptop was supposed to make an appearance at a trade show in Asia this week, The Information reports.

Huawei reportedly to delay announcement of new laptop - CNET

It's the first product launch the company has cancelled as a result of being put on a blacklist restricting its access to U.S. technology.It's the first product launch the company has cancelled as a result of being put on a blacklist restricting its access to U.S. technology.

Samsung will likely remain on top unless US government repeals its ban on Huawei

Huawei exec confirms goal of topping smartphone world put on hold - GSMArena.com news

Unnamed notebook was apparently due for unveiling this weekUnnamed notebook was apparently due for unveiling this week

Huawei postpones planned laptop launch amid US trade war - The Verge

The international version of the system could be ready in the first or second quarter of 2020, the head of Huawei's consumer business, told US channel CNBC.The international version of the system could be ready in the first or second quarter of 2020, the head of Huawei's consumer business, told US channel CNBC.

Huawei's Own Smartphone, Laptop OS to Be Ready by Autumn: Richard Yu | Technology News

Microsoft has stopped selling the Huawei MateBook X Pro in its online store in the wake of the US Government's blacklisting of the Chinese firm.Microsoft has stopped selling the Huawei MateBook X Pro in its online store in the wake of the US Government's blacklisting of the Chinese firm.

Microsoft removes Huawei laptop listings from its online store

Huawei is not in danger at all but in its best shape ever, and the company will become the largest smartphone vendor worldwide despite growing difficulties, a senior executive of the Chinese tech giant said at an industry event on Tuesday. Huawei is not in danger at all but in its best shape ever, and the company will become the largest smartphone vendor worldwide despite growing difficulties, a senior executive of the Chinese tech giant said at an industry event on Tuesday.

Senior Executive: Huawei Doing Better Than Ever, Not in Danger - Sputnik International

Huawei is not in danger at all but in its best shape ever, and the company will become the largest smartphone vendor worldwide despite growing difficulties, a senior executive of the Chinese tech giant said at an industry event on Tuesday. Huawei is not in danger at all but in its best shape ever, and the company will become the largest smartphone vendor worldwide despite growing difficulties, a senior executive of the Chinese tech giant said at an industry event on Tuesday.

Senior Executive: Huawei Doing Better Than Ever, Not in Danger - Sputnik International

Huawei's plans to become the top smartphone manufacturer in the world may have to wait. Huawei has been doing decent, but the ban has taken a toll on them.Huawei's plans to become the top smartphone manufacturer in the world may have to wait. Huawei has been doing decent, but the ban has taken a toll on them.

Huawei delays goal of being world's number 1 smartphone maker - Gizmochina

Huawei puts a brake on its ambition to surpass Samsung this year, it has explained that its ambition to become the number one will have to wait.Huawei has explained that its ambition to become the number one manufacturer of smartphones around the world will have to wait after recent events. “We ...

Huawei puts a brake on its ambition to surpass Samsung this year

During the opening keynote at CES Asia, held in Shanghai this week, the world was watching as Huawei had the stage with an opportunity to state its case in the escalating trade war between the USA and China. Huawei's Chief Strategy Office, Shao Yang, kicked things off with a personal story before outlining the...During the opening keynote at CES Asia, held in Shanghai this week, the world was watching as Huawei had the stage with an opportunity to state its case in the escalating trade war between the USA and China. Huawei's Chief Strategy Office, Shao Yang, kicked things off with a personal story before outlining the...

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