adoption in china

adoption in china

Sub-$100 Android phones contributing to USA losing smartphone sales lead to China in 2012

Chinese giant Baidu launches mobile browser to keep up with Chinese mobile explosion

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Smartphones are kind of a big deal in China, and Baidu, one of the PRC’s largest web companies, has just launched a new mobile web browser to take advantage of that fact. Currently, China sees more smartphone sales than the U.S., and in March 2012, the PRC also passed...
Chinese giant Baidu launches mobile browser to keep up with Chinese mobile explosion

Chinese B2C giant 360Buy opens nationwide shipping system to third-party vendors

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360Buy, a dominant player in China’s direct sales ecommerce market, is opening up its last-mile delivery service to third-party vendors, in a move that could rapidly accelerate the development of the online shopping industry in the country. One of the great things about living in Beijing and other major cities...
Chinese B2C giant 360Buy opens nationwide shipping system to third-party vendors

Flash! Inevitable Scheduled to Occur! China Smartphone Market to Become World's Biggest!

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iStockphoto | aluxum China is poised to oust the United States as the world’s top smartphone market as early as this year. The latest figures from International Data Corporation indicate China’s share of the global smartphone market will rise to 20.7 percent, up from 18.2 percent in 2011. And that’s...
Flash! Inevitable Scheduled to Occur! China Smartphone Market to Become World's Biggest!

Android dominates Chinese market as it reaches 50% benchmark in OS installations: Kantar Worldpanel

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Google’s Android OS is dominating the Chinese smartphone market and is now installed on more than half of all devices in the country, according to research from Kantar Worldpanel. Across all smartphones in China, the Android mobile operating system hit a 51.4 percent market share in the first quarter of 2013, marking...
Android dominates Chinese market as it reaches 50% benchmark in OS installations: Kantar Worldpanel
Tim Cook meets with China Mobile chairman to discuss "matters of cooperation"

Motion Picture Association and China's Taobao sign agreement to fight piracy

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Chinese ecommerce powerhouse Taobao and the Motion Picture Association (MPA) have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding that commits the online marketplace to better enforcement of audio-visual intellectual property rights. Often billed as the Chinese eBay, Taobao has led consumer ecommerce adoption in China. Its parent company, Alibaba,...
Motion Picture Association and China's Taobao sign agreement to fight piracy
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