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Siri Support for Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and Russian Languages Coming Next Month?

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Tech in Asia reports on an article [Google translation] from Chinese information technology website DoNews claiming that Apple is preparing to bring support for the Chinese language to Siri on the iPhone 4S next month. According to the report, Apple is also preparing to launch support for Japanese and Russian,...
Siri Support for Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and Russian Languages Coming Next Month?

Tim Cook does what Jobs didn’t: Visit China as Apple’s CEO

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Tim Cook has been spotted in China, making him the first Apple CEO to visit the world’s largest country, sparking a media frenzy in a country that is fast becoming obsessed by Apple. Cook was spotted by Sina Weibo users, a number of who posted a photo of the Apple...
Tim Cook does what Jobs didn’t: Visit China as Apple’s CEO

Nokia Pushes Its Emerging Market, Low-Cost Strategy With The 800C, China’s First CDMA Windows Phone

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A big step today for both Nokia and Microsoft in its bid to be at the center of the huge smartphone growth currently underway in China and other emerging markets: Nokia today paired up with China Telecom to launch the Nokia 800C, the first CDMA Windows Phone to hit China,...
Nokia Pushes Its Emerging Market, Low-Cost Strategy With The 800C, China’s First CDMA Windows Phone

Nokia unveils the Lumia 800 in China, calls it the 800C

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So if you live out in China, and were counting down the days until you could get your hands on a legit Lumia 800 (or the 610), you're almost there. Nokia's slab of Windows Phone, renamed the 800C was unveiled by China Telecom today as we'd heard, and will...
Nokia unveils the Lumia 800 in China, calls it the 800C

Apple’s new iPad close to finally launching in China after receiving sales license

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The launch of the new iPad in China has taken one further step towards reality after the country’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center provided a mandatory license for an unnamed 3G-compatible Apple-made device, believed to be the new iPad, as the Wall Street Journal reports. Though the device now has a permit...
Apple’s new iPad close to finally launching in China after receiving sales license

China Mobile reaches 15 million iPhone users, despite not selling the Apple device

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You’ve probably heard it all before but China Mobile is a behemoth. The state-owned operator has the most subscribers of any any telco in the world — 655 million — and yet it still does not have a partnership to sell Apple’s iPhone in China. But that isn’t stopping it dominate the share...
China Mobile reaches 15 million iPhone users, despite not selling the Apple device

US wary of security threats as China Mobile waits on operator licensing decision

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China Mobile, the world’s largest operator with more than 665 million subscribers, is said to be causing concern to US authorities as it awaits on a decision on an application for a license to operate in America. The company’s international arm applied for the license last autumn — which would...
US wary of security threats as China Mobile waits on operator licensing decision

China Telecom to get the iPhone 4S, stores brace themselves for March 9th chaos

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The last time the iPhone dallied into eager Chinese hands there was more than a spot of bother. Hopefully, China Telecom's announcement that it'll be getting the 4S on March 9th will give retail stores enough time to prepare. It'll be up for pre-order online from March 2nd, starting...
China Telecom to get the iPhone 4S, stores brace themselves for March 9th chaos
China’s communist state news website aims for $245 million IPO raise

Leaked benchmarks suggest Motorola is working on a Snapdragon S4 phone

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You slave away on your company's Next Big Thing, of course you want to see how it performs. And we're glad that you do decided to dabble, hypothetical engineer, because we can pore over those numbers for a glimpse at what's coming next. According to benchmarks discovered by Blog...
Leaked benchmarks suggest Motorola is working on a Snapdragon S4 phone

Has Windows Phone overtaken Apple in China? Maybe, but Microsoft won’t confirm it.

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Microsoft is keeping quiet on reports suggesting that brisk sales of Windows Phone 7-based devices in China have propelled its market share up to seven percent, taking it past rival Apple in the process. CNET and a number of other tech sites published comments attributed to Michel van der Bel, Microsoft’s Chief...
Has Windows Phone overtaken Apple in China? Maybe, but Microsoft won’t confirm it.

Nokia makes its play for China with the launch of the Lumia 800C – but can it succeed?

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Today Nokia has finally unveiled details of its play to rival Apple, Samsung and others in China with the launch of the Lumia 800C, a Windows Phone 7 device that becomes its first CDMA release in the country, as had been expected. Following Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 China launch last...
Nokia makes its play for China with the launch of the Lumia 800C – but can it succeed?

HTC to launch "Dragon" series smartphone in mainland China, expand to international markets in the future

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HTC may have just announced its highfalutin One family of smartphones in Barcelona, but it's still the year of the Dragon back home -- and the Taiwanese outfit has the slabs to prove it. Meet the "Dragon" series, a trio of 4-inch Android handsets, each sporting a 5 megapixel...
HTC to launch "Dragon" series smartphone in mainland China, expand to international markets in the future

Stephen Elop: Nokia Lumia coming to China on March 28th

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China recently greeted its first Windows Phone (on pre-order, anyway), but if Stephen Elop has his way, Nokia will be hot on HTC's heels. The company's CEO has revealed that Nokia will unleash its Lumia handsets upon the People's Republic on March 28th. While Elop offered no clues to...
Stephen Elop: Nokia Lumia coming to China on March 28th

Flipboard continues focus on China, targets 5 million users this year

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Social reading app Flipboard increased its push into China last week, when it expanded its offer in the country to include an iPhone app, and now it is hoping that its efforts in the country can lead its international growth, China was the first international market that Flipboard moved into and,...
Flipboard continues focus on China, targets 5 million users this year

iPhone Again Represents Over Half of Verizon's Smartphone Sales in 1Q 2012

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Marking the first significant piece of data to help build a picture of Apple's quarterly iPhone sales numbers ahead of next week's earnings release, Verizon today announced its own earnings results for the first quarter of 2012, revealing during the associated conference call that it activated 3.2 million iPhones during...
iPhone Again Represents Over Half of Verizon's Smartphone Sales in 1Q 2012

T-Mobile USA officially launches a pay-as-you-go refill app for Android devices

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T-Mobile USA has announced a partnership with electronics payments provider Vesta, as it officially rolls out the T-Mobile Refill Android app, which lets pay-as-you-go customers top-up their credit directly through their Android device. Launched on Google Play quietly a few weeks ago, T-Mobile Refill allows consumers to initiate a one-time...
T-Mobile USA officially launches a pay-as-you-go refill app for Android devices

China Mobile chief reveals ongoing talks with Apple over the iPhone

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China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile telecoms carrier with 650 million subscribers, has confirmed that it is engaged in discussions with Apple with the aim of striking an agreement to carry the iPhone. Current talks are believed to have come unstuck around the operator’s desire for a share of App...
China Mobile chief reveals ongoing talks with Apple over the iPhone

Apple is reportedly beating scalpers in China, thanks to increased supply to the country

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Apple’s continued expansion of supply chain and new partners in China is leaving unofficial iPhone ‘scalper’ sellers struggling in the country, according to a Chicago Tribune report, that claims increased product availability is squeezing the once successful black market there. A series of moves to open up supply to China,...
Apple is reportedly beating scalpers in China, thanks to increased supply to the country

Microsoft launches Windows Phone 7 in China, but handset makers, operators hold the details

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Microsoft has officially launched its Windows Phone 7 platform in China at an event in Beijing, where it revealed that it will partner with no fewer than four handset makers. The event saw a China Telecom executive speak as a number of Windows Phone devices were exhibited and discussed. The...
Microsoft launches Windows Phone 7 in China, but handset makers, operators hold the details

Hackers claim breach of China Telecom, Warner Bros. networks

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SwaggSec says it lifted more than 900 long credentials from the Chinese ISP and that the company did little to defend itself after it discovered the breach. [Read more]...
Hackers claim breach of China Telecom, Warner Bros. networks

China Unicom expects higher revenue from 3G than 2G by the end of 2012

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China Unicom’s focus on 3G is set to yield tangible results after the country’s second largest operator revealed that its revenue from 3G subscribers will overtake that of its 2G customer base for the first time. Unicom says that the landmark will happen before the end of the year, and...
China Unicom expects higher revenue from 3G than 2G by the end of 2012

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

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

China Telecom introduces corporate iPhone deal as it seeks to overcome recent slump

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China Telecom, the country third largest operation and recent new Apple partner, is wooing corporate customers with a deal aimed at increasing sales of the iPhone 4S and boosting its 3G business, according to The Standard. Beijing-based companies that buy 10 iPhone 4S devices, registered with China Telecom’s subscriber plans,...
China Telecom introduces corporate iPhone deal as it seeks to overcome recent slump

Samsung Galaxy S3 going on sale in China June 8, available on all three carriers

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Samsung has revealed that its Galaxy S III smartphone will launch in China this weekend — June 8 — becoming available on all three carriers: China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom. At the launch event in Beijing yesterday, the Korean phone maker revealed that the Android-powered phone would cost $785 (4,999...
Samsung Galaxy S3 going on sale in China June 8, available on all three carriers
Nokia launches Lumia 800C and 610C CDMA Windows Phones in China

The ‘Sent from my iPhone’ message: China’s latest Apple counterfeiting trend

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China is known for being the home of many of Apple’s key supply-chain partners, but it also has a healthy reputation for its burgeoning black market, where Apple fakes and copies are sold to consumers who cannot afford the real thing. As we’ve all seen, there are even dedicated fake Apple...
The ‘Sent from my iPhone’ message: China’s latest Apple counterfeiting trend

Apple just doubled its addressable market in China

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China Telecom, the country’s No. 3 carrier and No.1 Wi-Fi provider, gets the iPhone Would-be iPhone 4S buyers in Beijing last month. Photo by Feng Li/Getty Images “We’ve been very, very focused on China,” Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook told the audience at last week’s Goldman Sachs technology conference. One result of...
Apple just doubled its addressable market in China

Apple's iPhone Is Getting Crushed In China

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Apple's strategy of aligning the iPhone with a single mobile carrier appears to have backfired in China, where Samsung has opened up a huge smartphone market-share lead. According to Bloomberg, the iPhone has a 7.5% share of China's smartphone sales, while Samsung has a 24.3% share. This share makes...
Apple's iPhone Is Getting Crushed In China
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