Both Microsoft and Intel have promised to continue rolling out support for existing Huawei devices including the MateBook laptops despite the Chinese tech giant's inclusion in the U.S. Entity List.
A new report suggests Huawei's manufacturing and partners for its PCs have received request to stop further production as the company struggles from the loss of Intel and Microsoft products.
After it was reported over the weekend that the various American companies have ceased doing business with Huawei, the firm's Windows 10 laptops have now been removed from the Microsoft Store.
Huawei is increasing its commitment to Windows 10 with an expanded line-up of devices, which it unveiled earlier today. We went hands-on with its new MateBook devices at the company's launch event.
Following its first-gen MateBook last year, Huawei looks set to launch three new Windows 10 devices: another tablet with a detachable keyboard, and two notebooks, including one with a 15-inch display.
Huawei's MateBook is available for just $399 from the Microsoft Store and Amazon, which is $300 off of its normal price of $699. There are also deals on its MediaPad Android tablets.
In a follow-up to the "What's a computer? Just ask Cortana" commercial, Huawei's MateBook shows up to show off its MatePen, keyboard, and of course, the ability to run full Windows 10 apps.
Microsoft has fixed the issue that was keeping users of Huawei's MateBook from installing Windows 10 builds from the Development Branch. Signing up for the Fast ring will now install build 14915.
Huawei has launched its stylish MateBook in the UK - but it will only be offered in gold, the range-topping Core m7 models won't be available, and it's only on sale at 13 stores around the country.
Huawei's MateBook is now available to purchase in the United States. Starting at $699, the Windows 10 2-in-1 can be bought from the Microsoft Store, Microsoft.com, Amazon.com, and Newegg.com.
Huawei introduced its MateBook at Mobile World Congress as the latest Surface Pro competitor. Can the device live up to the company's hype? Find out in our review of the Huawei MateBook.
At Huawei's MateBook event yesterday, the firm noted that while it's successful in China - as well as other markets - its brand is not known in the United States, and the company plans to change that.
Huawei held an event today in New York to show off its new MateBook. There, the firm announced that the 2-in-1 device will be available for pre-order from Microsoft Stores today.
Huawei is the latest manufacturer to build a device in the same vein as Microsoft's latest Surface tablets. Check out our hands-on first impressions of Huawei's stylish, ultra-thin Windows 10 2-in-1.
Huawei launched a new convertible device today at Mobile World Congress, the MateBook. Starting at $699/€799, the device comes in Core m3, m5, and m7 configurations and two colors: grey and golden.
Mobile World Congress - the biggest event in the mobile industry calendar - is upon us once again, and Neowin is there too. Check out some of the devices that are expected to appear in the week ahead.
Huawei's press invitation for its Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona teases a device with a stylus, which many are speculating to be part of a new Windows 10 hybrid device.