from Ian Bremmer:

America’s way or Huawei

By Ian Bremmer
October 26, 2012

If you watched the third presidential debate this week, you got the sense that in the U.S.-China relationship, there are only good guys and bad guys, and all the bad guys are in China. The Americans are the valiant defenders of well-paying jobs; the Chinese are the ones who make tires so cheap it hurts the Americans. The Americans have a currency so free it’s the envy of the world; China’s is so manipulated it stunts competition the world over. But the squabbling isn’t limited to what you heard at the debate or just the two governments. It’s also happening between governments and private companies.

from The Great Debate:

America’s way or Huawei

By Ian Bremmer
October 26, 2012

If you watched the third presidential debate this week, you got the sense that in the U.S.-China relationship, there are only good guys and bad guys, and all the bad guys are in China. The Americans are the valiant defenders of well-paying jobs; the Chinese are the ones who make tires so cheap it hurts the Americans. The Americans have a currency so free it’s the envy of the world; China’s is so manipulated it stunts competition the world over. But the squabbling isn’t limited to what you heard at the debate or just the two governments. It’s also happening between governments and private companies.

from Breakingviews:

China’s telco suppliers can’t escape spying row

October 8, 2012

By John Foley
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from MediaFile:

Tech wrap: Huawei takes slimmest smartphone crown

January 9, 2012

Huawei, China's largest maker of telecommunications gear, unveiled the "Ascend" smartphone, touting it as the slimmest on the market as it moves to boost its share on the global consumer market. Huawei unveiled the Ascend smartphones - available in black, white and pink - at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The 6.68-mm thin phone will be available in April 2012 in markets from North America, Europe to Asia and will cost roughly $400, but the final price has not been set, the company said.

from MediaFile:

Tech wrap: Google targets Apple with Motorola buy

August 15, 2011

Setting its sights on rival Apple, Google announced its biggest deal ever, a $12.5 billion cash acquisition of mobile phone maker Motorola Mobility.

from Commentaries:

Bon chance getting this deal done, Alcatel-Lucent

August 26, 2009

It beggars belief that humbled telecom equipment supplier Alcatel-Lucent could be scooped up by a Chinese rival with nothing better to do. Huawei or ZTE seem credible candidates. The question is, why would they ever bother?