On 27th July 2021, the OpenHarmony 2.0 Canary event has successfully concluded under the guidance of the OpenAtom OpenHarmony committee. More than 160 expertise among 18 enterprises has participated in the event. This is the first-ever grand event in the open-source industry of the Chinese market.
Furthermore, Huawei with other firms including JD.com, Runhe, Ekatong, and many others had donated the core codes in four groups for the project. Besides, Andrei Gherzan, Bernhard Rosenkraenzer, and Jianyu Liu with their colleagues from the 18 firms had participated individually.
OpenAtom OpenHarmony project team working committee members mainly include Huawei, PATEO, JD.com, Runhe, Yikatong, Software Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Chinasoft International. Let’s check further, which group has donated in which group-
OpenHarmony Project Donors:
- A Category Donors: Huawei PATEO, JD, Runhe, Yikatong, Chinasoft International
- B Category Donors: ISoftStone
- C Category Donors: Huaqiu, Speedo
- Special Category Donors: Thiel Laboratory, Chinese Academy of Sciences Software Institute
List of Enterprise and Institutions, who took part in the OpenHarmony 2.0 Canary event-
- Electronic enthusiasts
- Haoba Technology
- Open Source China/Mayun
- Software Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences
- Chinasoft International
- 36 Krypton
To be mentioned, the OpenHarmony project aims to build open-source community governance using the marketing-friendly open-source approach such as Apache 2.0. The previous information revealed that the OpenHarmony 2.0 Canary version has been officially debuted on Gitee by the 1st of June.
Huawei registers ‘Huawei Soil’ trademark
On May 18, 2022, Huawei registered the ‘Huawei Soil’ trademark in China. This trademark application has document version 47543398 and the trademark has not been published yet. According to the information, Trademark Office held that the goods designated for use by the opposed trademark were Class 1 “silicones”.
The ‘Huawei Soil’ trademark class belongs to the same category as “unprocessed plastics; plasticizers” that were approved for use in trademarks such as “Huawei Zhixuan” cited earlier by the opponent. or similar goods.
In further terms, the opposed trademark completely contains the distinctive identification part of the trademark cited by the opponent, “Huawei”, and does not form a new meaning with an obvious difference. If it is used concurrently, consumers will be misunderstood.
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Huawei AppGallery facing a severe issue: Report
Huawei AppGallery is a new generation of an app distribution platform for Huawei devices and the Chinese tech maker is working on improving its productivity for smartphone owners. However, recently a severe issue has been reported on Huawei AppGallery that allows downloading paid apps for free of cost.
According to the input coming from 9to5Google, an Android developer has found an issue in Huawei AppGallery that doesn’t have any special protection feature for the paid applications. This could lead to easy exploitation and enables to obtain the download link for premium apps without even paying for them.
In simple words, it could cause a loss to the developer but the report also mentions that this issue has been reported to Huawei. However, there’s no clear guideline or response that has been received on this matter.
Huawei AppGallery is a smart solution that allows developers to create a new user experience for the consumers. The platform is supported by Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) Core, which enables various APIs in applications.
Huawei AppGallery serves under the top three app marketplace globally and brings a whole range of global and local apps including navigation & transport, news, social media, and more.
AppGallery is available in more than 170 countries and regions with over 580 million monthly active users globally. Huawei partnered with 5.4 million developers across the globe, and in 2021 the total app distributions from AppGallery reached 432 billion times.
Huawei S-Tag launched with professional motion sensor
On May 18, 2022, Huawei unveiled its new activity tracker – Huawei S-Tag in the global market. The tracker comes with a professional motion sensor that detects perfect motion while being connected to your smart devices such as a smartwatch or smartphone.
The S-Tag comes with up to 14 running form metrics, it provides guidance for running, has a super compatible split design that weighs only 7.5 grams, and can drown into 50meter of water.
The S-Tag also has cycling metrics as well as fast charging support for better and faster connection with support devices. Huawei S-Tag availability may vary depending on the market.