Huawei's HarmonyOS Is No Android Replacement

Huawei's HarmonyOS Is No Android Replacement

Huawei's Richard Yu talked up HarmonyOS' wide-ranging potential at the company's recent developer conference in Dongguan, China.#Huawei #android #China #operating systems #smartphones.

Ford Fesses Up on Emissions Early in Effort to Limit the Damage

Ford Fesses Up on Emissions Early in Effort to Limit the Damage

It’s too early in the investigation to say that.” Regulator Reaction The EPA said Ford informed the agency on Monday and briefed the regulator on its initial findings the following day.

There Are No More Small Phones

There Are No More Small Phones

Which in turn means the age of small smartphones has officially come to an end.When Apple debuted the iPhone SE in 2016, it was remarkable not just for its diminutive 4-inch screen size, but for its amped-up capabilities even given those constraints.

The Latest Battleground for Chipmakers: Self-Driving Cars

The Latest Battleground for Chipmakers: Self-Driving Cars

In 2016, Qualcomm made a $44 billion bid for NXP, the world’s largest maker of automotive chips, but the deal collapsed due to regulatory issues in China."The automotive market is becoming the new battleground for the semiconductor industry," Handy says.