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China Mobile plans widespread rollout of TD-LTE network, 20,000 base stations to be operational this year

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China Mobile announced a deal with Clearwire last fall to speed up the rollout of its TD-LTE network, and now China's largest wireless provider has revealed some additional details about when that rollout will take place and just how big it will be. Speaking at Mobile World Congress, China Mobile...
China Mobile plans widespread rollout of TD-LTE network, 20,000 base stations to be operational this year

Analyst: iPhone '5S' and low-cost iPhone coming this June

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New speculation by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has a new flagship iPhone "5S" model arriving in early summer, alongside a redesigned version often referred to as a "low cost" iPhone because it will be more affordable in instalment payments than the current price of a new iPhone model, and...
Analyst: iPhone '5S' and low-cost iPhone coming this June

TNW’s Daily Dose – 24 hours of tech news in 5 minutes [Audio]

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China Mobile is dominating iPhone use in China, but the iPhone isn’t even supported on the network. Apple’s 25 billionth downloaded app was Where’s My Water. Android is now the most popular mobile browser in the world. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through Friday right here on...
TNW’s Daily Dose – 24 hours of tech news in 5 minutes [Audio]

Report: China Telecom Will Finally Get The iPhone 4S In February

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Another piece in Apple’s worldwide expansion looks like it might at long last be coming into view: the leading CDMA operator in China, China Telecom, says that it will start to sell the iPhone 4S by the end of this month or early March. The report, from the English-language...
Report: China Telecom Will Finally Get The iPhone 4S In February

New Wi-Fi Standard in the Works with Ten Times Speed Boost

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Late yesterday, the Nikkei reported that some 20 global companies including Electronics, NTT, Qualcomm, Ericson, China Mobile and Samsung have agreed to jointly develop a new Wi-Fi technology that is ten times faster than the current standard....
New Wi-Fi Standard in the Works with Ten Times Speed Boost

iPhone 5 Projections Threaten Analysts' Supplies of Superlatives

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Ciccarese DesignAs the September launch of Apple’s next generation iPhone draws closer, the hyperbole that typically precedes such events is growing ever louder. We’ve already heard predictions that this fall will be an iPhone blowout. Now comes word from FBR Capital analyst Craig Berger that the iPhone 5, or whatever...
iPhone 5 Projections Threaten Analysts' Supplies of Superlatives
Samsung triples sales in China to claim top spot for the first time

China accounted for a record 15% of Apple's revenue in fiscal 2012

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The importance of China for Apple’s bottom line continues to grow, as its portion of the company’s revenue has risen from 12 percent last fiscal year to a total of 15 percent this year. With CEO Tim Cook’s confirmation that the iPhone 5 will arrive in the country sometime during the...
China accounted for a record 15% of Apple's revenue in fiscal 2012

Funambol gets $5.75M to fuel mobile carriers' cloud services

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Funambol just got a $5.75 million vote of confidence that it can help mobile carriers that want to challenge the likes of Apple’s iCloud, Google Drive and Microsoft’s SkyDrive. The later-stage funding round was led by previous investors HIG Growth Capital, Nexit Ventures and Castile Ventures. Funambol won’t just get the...
Funambol gets $5.75M to fuel mobile carriers' cloud services

China Mobile Admits to a Confidentiality Agreement with Apple

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Yesterday we reported that Apple would be tripling their Apple Stores in China. The other news is that Apple met with Mobile China that we reported in December that Apple has been secretly working with them for four years now. The problem ......
China Mobile Admits to a Confidentiality Agreement with Apple

China Telecom To Get iPhone In March

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Apple may have seen $13 billion in sales in China last year, but apparently those numbers could have been higher if they’d had a bit more faith. The iPhone sold in huge quantities in the markets served by China Unicom, which since October of 2009 has been the only carrier...
China Telecom To Get iPhone In March

Vive La France: Orange Bites The NFC Bullet, Plans Nationwide SIM-based Rollout In Home Market

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NFC, the technology that can help turn a mobile handset into an instant, superpower payment device, has been long on promise but largely short on delivery. But today, the France Telecom-owned mobile operator Orange took a step that could see some of that potential realized: it has announced that it will...
Vive La France: Orange Bites The NFC Bullet, Plans Nationwide SIM-based Rollout In Home Market

Change at the top at China Mobile as its chairman retires

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China Mobile has announced that its chairman, Wang Jianzhou, has stepped down from his position at the world’s largest opeator “by reason of age”, his replacement will be Xi Guohua, the operator’s vice chairman. Xi, who is a former vice minister at China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, will retain...
Change at the top at China Mobile as its chairman retires

China Mobile not close to deal with Apple for iPhone 5

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Yue Li, the president of China Mobile, confirmed at its Worldwide Developer's Conference that business issues are holding up agreements with Apple, preventing the iPhone from reaching China's largest cellphone provider's network. Li confirmed that the company had been negotiating with Apple since 2009, and was close to reaching a...
China Mobile not close to deal with Apple for iPhone 5

Time Warner Cable and Viacom Settle Lawsuit Over iPad Television Streaming

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Time Warner Cable and Viacom have settled their legal entanglements regarding Time Warner's streaming of Viacom video content on its iPad app, according to the New York Times. The breakthrough comes as a result of a settlement between Time Warner Cable and Viacom, which owns cable channels like Comedy Central,...
Time Warner Cable and Viacom Settle Lawsuit Over iPad Television Streaming

How China Mobile called Apple's bluff

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How China Mobile called Apple's bluff

ZTE Is Betting On China's Nascent 4G Network To Bolster Its Flagging Profitability

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ZTE is honing in on increased investment in 4G networks by China’s major telecom operators as it struggles to catch up with domestic rival Huawei Technologies, reports Reuters. ZTE and Huawei are expected to compete for most 4G network contracts with China’s three major carriers (China Mobile, China Unicom, and...
ZTE Is Betting On China's Nascent 4G Network To Bolster Its Flagging Profitability

Japan’s DeNA cuts mobile gaming deals with Chinese carriers that have a billion users

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Japanese mobile social gaming network firm DeNA has announced it has signed deals with China’s three largest mobile carriers, enabling DeNA’s games to get in front of nearly 1 billion mobile subscribers. DeNA’s Mobage China network, which allows gamers to buy social games and play them with their friends, will...
Japan’s DeNA cuts mobile gaming deals with Chinese carriers that have a billion users

Clearwire confirms China Mobile deal is unaffected by the country’s LTE license delay

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US wireless firm Clearwire has spoken out to confirm that the Chinese government’s decision to wait at least two years before issuing 4G licenses will not affect its deal to buildChina Mobile’s LTE network. Chinese authorities recently went public with a timeline that will mean LTE licenses are not issued before 2014,...
Clearwire confirms China Mobile deal is unaffected by the country’s LTE license delay

WAC Whacked: Telecom-Backed Alliance Merges Into GSMA, Assets Acquired By API Management Service Apigee

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Apigee, the API management company that was most recently spotted powering that new “print to Walgreens” feature in half a dozen or so mobile applications, is now acquiring the technology assets of WAC, aka the Wholesale Applications Community. WAC, an alliance of global telecom companies, like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Deutsche...
WAC Whacked: Telecom-Backed Alliance Merges Into GSMA, Assets Acquired By API Management Service Apigee

Apple Testing Taller iPhone Prototype with 3.95-Inch 1136x640 Display?

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9to5Mac reports that Apple is currently testing two prototypes of the next-generation iPhone that offer a taller screen while maintaining the existing 640-pixel width. According to the report, the two prototypes carry a display with a height of 1136 pixels, up from the current 960-pixel height and leading to an...
Apple Testing Taller iPhone Prototype with 3.95-Inch 1136x640 Display?

News: Analyst: China iPhone Sales May Top 40M in 2013

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Apple could sell as many as 40 million iPhones in China alone in 2013, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty. Part of that sales figure assumes Apple will add China Telecom and China Mobile to its partner list, Currently, China Unicom is Apple’s only iPhone partner in the country....
News: Analyst: China iPhone Sales May Top 40M in 2013

China Mobile Starting to Need an iPhone Deal

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More than six years after beginning talks with Apple, China Mobile, China’s largest wireless phone operator, has yet to add the iPhone to its handset portfolio. Negotiations between the two companies proceeded slowly, hamstrung by disagreements over subsidies and China Mobile’s demands for a cut of App Store app sales...
China Mobile Starting to Need an iPhone Deal

Vodafone shares reach 10-year high

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Rumoured £161bn takeover bid by US firms AT&T and Verizon would dwarf AOL's acquisition of Time Warner in 2000Vodafone's shares hit a decade high on Tuesday on renewed rumours that the mobile phone company may be subject to a £161bn bid - which would smash previous takeover records.Shares in Vodafone...
Vodafone shares reach 10-year high

Android leads over Apple in China's smartphone race

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Android has outrun Apple in the China mobile platform market share race, as it comes close to claiming nearly 70 percent of the smartphone market....
Android leads over Apple in China's smartphone race

Cook, not Nixon, goes to China to strike deal

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Apple CEO Tim Cook met today with Xi Guohua, head of China Mobile, the world's largest wireless carrier, triggering speculation that the two firms will strike a deal this year....
Cook, not Nixon, goes to China to strike deal

Apple loses $34.9 billion in market cap in its worst trading day in 4 years, but why?

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Gene Munster has a target of $900 for Apple’s stock, which is a touch awkward today as the company shed 6.43% of its value, to settle at a valuation of a mere $508 billion. It’s almost below the half trillion mark, which would place it in company with a wealth...
Apple loses $34.9 billion in market cap in its worst trading day in 4 years, but why?

Apple's iPhone dilemma: Should it make a "Chinese special"?

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If Apple would just support China’s unique 3G technology, the iPhone would make a killing in the largest country in the world – or so concludes Kevin Wang, director of China electronics research at IHS iSuppli. Apple ranks a woeful seventh in China’s smartphone sales, but according to Wang it...
Apple's iPhone dilemma: Should it make a "Chinese special"?

63% of iPhones were activated outside the U.S. last quarter

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And that percentage is likely to increase sharply now that China has the iPhone 4S Click to enlarge. Source: Asymco.com The chart at right from Horace Dediu’s Asymco blog shows the U.S. share of iPhone activations growing last quarter due, he speculates, to the U.S. launch of the iPhone 4S and the...
63% of iPhones were activated outside the U.S. last quarter

OS X Mountain Lion Bringing Automatic App Downloads to Mac

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As noted by 9to5Mac, the latest developer build of OS X Mountain Lion released last week sets the stage for bringing iOS-like automatic app downloads to Mac App Store purchases. Like on the iPhone and iPad, when you buy and install an app on one of your Macs, all of...
OS X Mountain Lion Bringing Automatic App Downloads to Mac
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