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An image of a woman holding a cell phone in front of a Huawei logo displayed on a computer screen. Canada on Thursday said it plans to ban the use of China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE 5G gearto protect national security, joining the rest of the so-called Five Eyes intelligence-sharing network.

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Chinese technology giant Huawei said Friday it will license its 5G technology to rival handset maker Oppo as it looks to unlock a new revenue stream after its smartphone business was crushed by U.S. sanctions.

Huawei and Oppo, the fourth largest smartphone maker in the world, signed a "global patent cross-licensing agreement, which covers cellular standard essential patents, including 5G."

Huawei has a massive portfolio of over 100,000 patents globally. It is one of the top patent holders in 5G technology, which is next-generation ultra-fast mobile internet seen as key to underpinning future industries such as artificial intelligence and autonomous cars.

When a new generation of cellular technology is being developed, so-called global standards need to be created. These are protocols, technical specifications and design that allow interoperability between 5G networks globally and allows smartphones to communicate with these networks.

Industry bodies are tasked with creating these and companies like Huawei will contribute to their creation. These companies devise technologies which they then patent. The patents, which are critical to the standards of say 4G or 5G, will be deemed a "standard essential patent" or SEP.

Huawei has not been aggressive in monetizing these patents historically versus some of its rivals like Nokia and Ericsson.

However, in 2019, the U.S. used a number of measures including a export blacklist to cut Huawei off from the critical semiconductors it needed for its smartphones and some other products. This crushed the company's smartphone business which was once number one in the world at the time.

Last year, the Chinese tech giant indicated that it would begin to start selling its technology to other companies via patents.

The company previously stated that it expected to earn revenue of $1.2 billion to $1.3 billion from licensing its intellectual property between 2019 to 2021. Huawei said that it met its intellectual property revenue expectations for 2021, but did not provide a figure.

5G has become a contentious part of the broader technology battle between the U.S. and China. Both nations view it as a critical technology. But the U.S. has expressed concerns that Huawei represents a national security threat and has pressured other nations to ban the Chinese firm from their 5G infrastructure. Huawei has repeatedly denied that it represents a national security threat.

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Killexams : Huawei’s latest smartwatch has a secret inside: a pair of wireless earbuds

Huawei’s latest smartwatch has a secret inside: a pair of wireless earbuds

Huawei’s latest smartwatch has a secret inside: a pair of wireless earbuds


The Chinese tech giant announced the gadget on Wednesday, but has since postponed the product launch.

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The Huawei Watch Buds on a wrist, open to reveal the concealed earbuds.
The face of the Huawei Watch Buds flips open to reveal hidden earbuds, a neat solution for folks who constantly leave their wireless earbuds at home.
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If you’d already seen any leaks of the Huawei Watch Buds on the web, then you’d be forgiven for thinking it was some fan-made concept or an early-development product destined to never see the light of day. But, in an announcement on Weibo, Huawei has not only confirmed that the Huawei Watch Buds are a genuine product, but provided a teaser video for us to get a better look (via The Register).

As the name suggests, the Huawei Watch Buds are a pair of earbuds concealed within a smartwatch that looks similar to the Huawei Watch 3. Details are a little sparse so there’s no word yet on what kind of performance or battery life you can expect from either of the products, but the watch itself does appear to be running HarmonyOS.

The earbuds don’t seem to resemble any previous Huawei products, sporting a bare-bones black and silver design. While the concept feels more than a little gimmicky, it could be a neat solution for runners and other sporty folks who don’t want to carry a separate earbud case during a workout. (If they don’t mind the extra bulk on their wrists.)

A December 2nd release date also appeared on the teaser video, but Huawei has since postponed the launch of its Winter 2022 consumer kit for unspecified reasons. Some outlets have speculated that this is to respect the passing of former CCP General Secretary Jiang Zemin on November 30th, which has also affected other Chinese product announcements over the last week. Hopefully, we’ll get more details regarding pricing and regional availability later this month.

Addressing the elephant in the room, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to buy this wacky gadget in the US anyway, regardless of its legitimacy. Huawei products have been effectively banned in the country since the company was placed on the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security Entity list in 2019.