Huawei

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Cameroon's surveillance command center in partnership with Huawei

Cameroon has inaugurated a video surveillance center in Yaounde. The center will be used to monitor approximately 2,000 surveillance cameras installed in the country by Camtel in partnership with Huawei.

Egypt blocks two news websites

Egypt's Supreme Media Council, which was formed following the introduction of a new law for online publications in 2018, has issued an official order for 2 news websites to be blocked. The websites are accused of publishing fake news about Huawei.

Uganda is installing Huawei's facial recognition cameras

Uganda's Police Force is working with China's Huawei Technologies to install CCTV cameras equipped with facial recognition capabilities. Opposition political parties have raised concerns that this will be used to track and target them.

Huawei’s new Harmony OS won’t solve its problems

Huawei has revealed Harmony OS, its alternative to Android. However, even if the company, as it has said, could roll-out the OS within a day or two to devices if needed, it won't solve the Chinese company's problems.

China should launch a Libra competitor - Huawei CEO

Ren Zhengfei, CEO of Huawei, says that China can and should launch its own digital currency to rival Facebook's Libra. This of course assumes that Libra will launch as planned in 2020 given the recent pushback from US and European policymakers alike.

Donald Trump lifts Huawei ban

US President Donald Trump has said that Huawei can now resume trading with American companies. Trump announced this during a news conference at the Group of 20 meeting in Japan.

Africa's growing smartphone market

According to a new report released about the smartphone market in Africa and the Middle East, over 70% of the total smartphones sold in the region during the first quarter of 2019 were in the sub-$150 price segment.