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Hands-on review: The Huawei P8
With their latest smartphone, the P8, Huawei are changing their spots, offering flagship level specs at a mid-range price.
Microsoft gains tablet market share following Windows 10 launch
The Windows tablet market share in this quarter was at an all-time high of 9%, up four points from Q2 2014.
Tech gadgets and travelling - we break it down
We take a look at the pros and cons of numerous gadgets and how they'd fair while travelling.
Apple retailer Yoobee offers up Huawei Android flagship P8
Yoobee customers now have access to a premium Android option, with the Apple retailer offering Huawei’s flagship P8 device.
Huawei revenue skyrockets as company hones in on IoT strategy
For the first half of 2015, Huawei Consumer Business Group continued to experience significant business growth.
Smartphone market booming, thanks to new vendors and emerging markets
"As feature phone shipments continue to decrease, vendors will continue to attack both emerging and developed markets with competitive smartphones."
Huawei P8 smartphone, in Spark NZ stores now
“[The P8 phone] really shows that Huawei is a serious player in the premium smartphone market."
New Zealand: Huawei's TalkBand B2 is here
As the second generation of the TalkBand series, the B2 was created at Huawei’s Paris design centre and echoes the design of the Huawei P8 smartphone.
Huawei and Vodafone join forces, take on enterprise market
Huawei and Vodafone have entered into a strategic alliance to focus on the enterprise market in a number of regions, including Asia Pacific.
Head to Christchurch this June for Huawei ICT showcase – Building A Better Connected Christchurch
This June, Atlas Gentech is hosting an enterprise information and communications showcase down South - 'Building A Better Connected Christchurch.'
Double glory for Brennan IT with Sophos, Huawei awards
Brennan IT is celebrating after taking out two major awards in May, with both Sophos and Huawei bestowing kudos on the company.
What's the most valuable brand in the world? Apple.
BrandZ reveals its top 100 most valuable global brands, and takes a closer look at the growing power of the technology sector and how it's evolving.
Huawei unveils APT big data security solution
Huawei has released a new solution designed to protect against Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) and denial-of-service (DdoS) attacks.
Huawei: Want to be an innovator? Buckle down for the long haul
To innovate successfully, companies must commit to a long-term programme of investment in research and development - innovation is a marathon.
Huawei aims high with tiny IoT operating system
Huawei has become the latest vendor to stake a claim on the internet of things, launching an IoT platform including a 10KB operating system.
Huawei backs Auckland's innovation hub
Huawei is officially GridAKL’s foundation partner, and will provide a $1 million sponsorship to the Auckland based innovation hub.
Atlas Gentech tops for Huawei
Atlas Gentech has taken out Huawei's Southern Pacific Region Excellent Partner Award, following a year of 'massive' uptake for Huawei locally.
Samsung hands over smartphone crown to Apple
Samsung lost the No. 1 spot to Apple in the global smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2014, after holding the top spot since 2011.
Think business, not tech in CFO pitches
Andrew Bannister, Huawei NZ head of IT technology and strategy, offers advice on pitching IT projects to the executive who holds the purse strings.
Huawei announce 4.5G as the world waits for 5G
The 4.5G standard - otherwise known as LTE-M will provide extra bandwidth for demanding applications such as virtual reality and ultra HD video.
Spark challenges rivals with 4G offerings
Spark New Zealand has today announced it believes it is overtaking its rivals in respect of 4G mobile data services, after making rapid strides in its network build over recent months.
Hands on review: Huawei Mate
Huawei’s newest kid on the block, and the Ascend Mate is definitely a big boy, sitting on the phablet side of the fence.
5G is on its way
4G may have finally made it to New Zealand, but Huawei are already eying up the next generation of mobile technology.
Huawei: Enter the dragon
Huawei might not be one of New Zealand’s well known brands, but on the global telco stage they’re bigger than huge.