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9/29/2016 | 6:26:59 AM
Re: Huawei is known for Cut and Paste engineering
Hello Humancost, I am interested to learn more of your experience as described in this post. Is there a way to reach you discretely? Many thanks.
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6/8/2015 | 7:24:25 AM
Huawei is known for Cut and Paste engineering
I worked for Huawei in Europe for 4 years. I was the Head og IT for a department in Munich. I worked in the European reasearch center. It was known that anything you could steal an idea it was accepitble in Chinese business culture. I saw this happen internally as well.
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9/11/2014 | 3:10:24 AM
Re: Paging Paul Blart
I am interested to know what type of test T-Mo runs for the smartphones; are these HW tests of SW tests as well? 
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9/10/2014 | 9:48:56 AM
Chinese work ethics
This story is so interesting that a Hollywood movie can be made out of it. Cellular companies have a love hate relationship with Chinese vendors. They love their price but hate their work ethics.
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9/10/2014 | 9:03:14 AM
Re: Paging Paul Blart
I'm all for relativism, but I'm pretty sure that taking physical property that doesn't belong to you without the owner's permission is a no-no pretty much across the cultural board. But the fact that this incident has escalated to the point of legal action seems a bit over the top. Maybe there's more to the story than snatching poor Tappy's arm.
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9/10/2014 | 8:50:16 AM
Re: Paging Paul Blart
Where there's the possibility of theft, someone's going to take advantage of it. This probably's the scene here. Of course one might argue that there might be varying degrees of what's considered "right" and "wrong" in international business too. What might be considered appropriate in gaining a competitive advantage in one country might be slightly difference somewhere else. And who's to say American companys are totally innocent in the corporate espionage business?
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9/9/2014 | 3:11:40 PM
Re: Paging Paul Blart
And wouldn't you want your handset partner to have a better way to test its phones? Or maybe T-Mo was trying to catch mistakes it couldn't, sorta like throwing cans on the floor to get a discount on dented ones.
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9/9/2014 | 1:57:56 PM
Re: Paging Paul Blart
Which leads to another question -- do you really need a secret robot to test smartphones?
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9/9/2014 | 1:56:08 PM
Re: Paging Paul Blart
Poor armless Tappy. He never saw it coming.
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9/9/2014 | 1:54:14 PM
Paging Paul Blart
Wow -- security at the T-Mobile lab must be just a little less than airtight.


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