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Huawei's Mate 20 Pro smartphone.

Here are the Huawei products at risk thanks to Trump’s ban and the brewing tech Cold War

Many of Huawei consumer products use components from US companies, such as its Mate 20 Pro Android phones and its MateBook laptops.
A promotional image for "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe."

I just played the first ‘Mario Kart’ game for smartphones, and it’s a lot of fun — but there’s one major aspect of the g...

The first-ever "Mario Kart" game for smartphones is nearly here, and I just spent a bunch of time with it. Here's what it's like!

Few takers for used Huawei smartphones, but bargain hunters sniffing around

Phone shops are still buying used Huawei phones - but there is a catch.

Trump’s Huawei ban may leave the tech giant up a creek without a paddle for its next 2 major smartphones

Huawei has been placed on a US trade blacklist, jeopardizing its position as a market leader as it prepares to release its Mate X and Mate 30 phones.
Richard Yu, the CEO of Huawei's consumer products division, presents the new MateBook X Pro at Mobile World Congress.

Microsoft hasn’t said a word so far about Huawei’s ban in the US, but it removed Huawei laptops from its stores

There's little Huawei could do to save its laptop division without Microsoft's Windows operating system.

Here’s the best and easiest way to switch from an Android device to an iPhone

It's possible to quickly switch from an Android device to an iPhone. All it takes is a few free apps and some patience.
FILE PHOTO: A woman looks at her phone as she walks past a Huawei shop in Beijing

Huawei is reportedly ramping up its app store efforts in what could be another sign it was prepared for a breakup with Google’s Android

Huawei is pushing to expand its app store in Europe as Google has severed ties with the firm because of new government requirements, a report says.
Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company Huawei's CEO Richard Yu presents the new phone Huawei's P10 during a press conference on February 26, 2017 in Barcelona on the eve of the start of the Mobile World Congress. Phone makers will seek to seduce new buyers with even smarter Internet-connected watches and other wireless gadgets as they wrestle for dominance at the world's biggest mobile fair starting tomorrow.

These are the areas around the world where Google’s breakup with Huawei will likely be felt the most

Google will no longer work with Huawei on future Android smartphones. Here are the areas around the world that will likely feel the impact the most.
Huawei smartphones are seen displayed inside a shopping mall in Shanghai.

Huawei just caught a break: The US government has temporarily loosened restrictions so that Huawei can help its existing customers

Huawei, a Chinese tech giant, was added to a US blacklist last week that prevented the company from doing US business without approval.