Microsoft scores biggest patent licensee yet: China's Foxconn
Microsoft scores biggest patent licensee yet: China's Foxconn
                                       

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Alleged 'iPad 5' case spotted in Hong Kong, hints at slimmer and narrower body

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Rumors of an upcoming iPad sporting a similar design as the iPad mini go as far back as late January this year, when our reliable friends at 9to5Mac shared some clear photos of a leaked chassis (check them out at the "More Coverage" link below). This was followed by...
Alleged 'iPad 5' case spotted in Hong Kong, hints at slimmer and narrower body

R.BOT shows off Synergy Swan, a phone- or tablet-powered telepresence robot (video)

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While wandering around the show floor at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair, we had to stop and take a closer look at these cute-looking robots. Conveniently dubbed the Synergy Swan, this 14kg machine from Russian-based R.BOT (or Quanzhou Future Robot Technology in China) uses an Android device as its...
R.BOT shows off Synergy Swan, a phone- or tablet-powered telepresence robot (video)

Xiaomi CEO Bin Lin aims to ship 15 million superphones in 2013, expand sales beyond Asia

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Bin Lin, co-founder and president of Xiaomi Corporation, has only been in the business of selling high-spec Android phones for three years. But yet, here he is, talking on stage at D:Dive Into Mobile about just how successful his outfit has become. "No sales, no marketing, no retail --...
Xiaomi CEO Bin Lin aims to ship 15 million superphones in 2013, expand sales beyond Asia

China's Huawei Wants to Be Big in Smartphones

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Huawei seems an unlikely threat to Apple and Samsung, but the Chinese company, whose telecom-equipment business has outpaced Western rivals, thinks it can repeat the success with smartphones....
China's Huawei Wants to Be Big in Smartphones

China's Xiaocom finds big success in selling high-end smartphones for less

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Xiaocom may be the most successful handset maker you've never heard of. The three-year-old company just sold more than 7 million smartphones last year with no ad budget and no retail sales. The CEO speaks at All Things D to explain how. [Read more]...
China's Xiaocom finds big success in selling high-end smartphones for less

Trouble brewing for Apple: Survey says half of iPhone users in China 'want to own' Galaxy S4

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Trouble brewing for Apple: Survey says half of iPhone users in China 'want to own' Galaxy S4

China's Alibaba Moves in Mobile OS

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China's Alibaba said it would promote its own smartphone operating system through subsidies to handset makers and a $160 million funding program for app developers, possibly reigniting a fight with Google....
China's Alibaba Moves in Mobile OS
Two publications confirm: yep, Apple still making more iPhones

Foxconn Steps Up Hiring as Apple Readies New iPhone

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Foxconn Technology Group has resumed hiring assembly-line workers in China after a postholiday freeze, in the latest sign that major customer Apple Inc. is gearing up for production of the new iPhone. Foxconn is the trade name for Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. The Taiwanese company said Monday it...
Foxconn Steps Up Hiring as Apple Readies New iPhone
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