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Busted for using iPhone on Huawei Twitter

From China Weibo to U.S. AppleInsider, stories appeared that a post on Huawei’s Twitter account used an iPhone. Huawei promptly cut the salaries of the employee responsible and his boss by US$700 and dropped them in job class. Apparently, Huawei’s VPN wasn’t working, a common problem for people accessing Twitter in China. The guy…

Security and Resilence are Jobs #1

Dec 27, Ren wrote, “We want to put credibility as the first priority, on top of features, features, and schedules. Unless the customer trusts our products, these excellent features have no chance to be worthwhile.” ” We need to reconstruct the corrupted architecture and historical code … even the best architecture has limited vitality. As time…

Fire is the Test of Gold

Guo Ping’s New Year Message. “Setbacks will only makes us more courageous, and incredibly unfair treatment will drive us to become the world’s number one. Behind the greatness is suffering, difficulties and pressure will only make us more united and stronger. We will be able to realize our vision and mission: bring the digital world…

Tourism sites giving support

Most Chinese believe supporting Huawei against a foreign attack is patriotism. Quartz reports Henan’s Shennong Mountain, a famous geological site in central China, will admit any tourist who owned a Huawei mobile phone into the park free of charge for two weeks. Laoshan Baiyundong, a famous mountain in Hebei that’s considered the cradle of Taoism,…

Dave quoted about Huawei pricing

Ken Hu said adding Huawei to the bidding in Australia would bring down prices. COMMSDay printed this that I said “Adding Huawei to the bidding often brings down prices 10-25%. I consulted on a deal nearly a decade ago where they bid about 30% lower. Everybody bids more aggressively when they get competition. But…