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Chinese growth and Chinese competition to drive AAPL to $888, analyst says

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale China’s fast growth in fast mobile subscriptions — and increasing mobile competition among the giant Chinese mobile carriers — will be key factors in driving Apple’s moldering stock price to unseen heights of over $800, one analyst says...
Chinese growth and Chinese competition to drive AAPL to $888, analyst says
Microsoft Opens Online Flagship Store On Tmall, The 'Amazon Of China'

China Unicom confirms iPhone 5 launch coming in next three months

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A China Unicom executive has confirmed that, as long as regulatory approval comes as expected, Apple’s new iPhone 5 will arrive on the carrier’s network within three months of the handset’s September 21st launch. The company’s vice president Li Gang told Sohu IT that it had already reached an agreement...
China Unicom confirms iPhone 5 launch coming in next three months

ZTE Tania launches in China with faster processor

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Chinese manufacturer ZTE launched its Tania handset in China today. The Tania is the first Windows Phone developed by a Chinese company. As Chinese tech blog WP Dang reports, the Tania will be exclusive to China Unicom, and the Chinese model of the phone ships with a faster processor than...
ZTE Tania launches in China with faster processor
Apple’s iPad may arrive in China on Monday

China Unicom praises the Apple effect as it loses its exclusive grip on the iPhone

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China Unicom has spoken of its successful partnership with Apple which it says has surpassed its own expectations to help build its strong 3G userbase, according to a MarketWatch report, via Apple Insider. Speaking at a media briefing that revealed a 14 percent annual profit rise (posting a net figure of $29.5 billion)...
China Unicom praises the Apple effect as it loses its exclusive grip on the iPhone

China Unicom takes over 200K iPhone 5 reservations

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China Unicom has already recorded over 200,000 reservations for the iPhone 5, the carrier has announced. It hit the mark in just two days, doubling the 100,000 achieved during the first day. Unicom is also saying that it will offer a full subsidy for the handset, but with a minimum...
China Unicom takes over 200K iPhone 5 reservations

Apple's iPhone 5 passes its second regulatory hurdle in China, staying on course for a December release

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Apple has moved one step closer today to releasing the iPhone 5 in China. The country’s State Radio Management has given the go ahead for two versions of the iPhone 5 handset so that it can be used on some of the country’s most prolific wireless networks, according to AllThingsD....
Apple's iPhone 5 passes its second regulatory hurdle in China, staying on course for a December release

Nuance To Acquire Ditech Networks For $1.45/Share To Bolster Voice-To-Text Capabilities

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Looks like Nuance has been up to more than just updating its myriad applications. The company has announced that it will acquire San Jose-based Ditech Networks for $1.45 per share, which works out to a net total of $22.5 million. While the boards of both companies have signed off on...
Nuance To Acquire Ditech Networks For $1.45/Share To Bolster Voice-To-Text Capabilities

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

Google and China: What You Need to Know

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The ongoing battle between Google and China sometimes reads like a spy novel, featuring a giant technology company clashing with a cadre of totalitarian overlords, attacks by hackers apparently aimed at pinpointing citizen activists and dissidents, and grandstanding speeches by senators and congressmen about the Chinese threat. Guardian political...
Google and China: What You Need to Know

Apple's iPhone 4S arriving on China Telecom March 9

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China's third-largest wireless operator has announced that it will begin offering Apple's iPhone 4S in mainland China on March 9, breaking up rival China Unicom's exclusive claim to the iPhone in the country....
Apple's iPhone 4S arriving on China Telecom March 9

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

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

The iPhone 5 launches in Korea, Samsung's home turf, as Apple's fastest global rollout continues

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Apple’s iPhone has launched in South Korea, the home of its chief rival Samsung, bringing the total number of countries that it is available in to 48, as its fastest global rollout continues. It’s too early for sales figures, but the Chosun Ilbo reports that operators SK Telecom and KT held...
The iPhone 5 launches in Korea, Samsung's home turf, as Apple's fastest global rollout continues

China Unicom in talks to extend partnership with Apple

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Carrier China Unicom is in negotiations with Apple to renew the partnership the two companies forged in June 2009, according to Marbridge Consulting. At the time the parties signed a three-year deal to bring the iPhone to China for the first time. Unicom was in fact the only official Chinese...
China Unicom in talks to extend partnership with Apple

Mobile App Roundup: iPhone 5 sales, AdWords and a Chinese challenger for Android

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Analysts predict over 10 million iPhone 5 Sales for Sept. — Topeka Capital Market analyst Brian White has predicted Apple will sell somewhere between 10 and 12 million new iPhone 5s in September reports VentureBeat. With the iPhone launching on Sept. 21, that will mean between 1.1 and 1.3...
Mobile App Roundup: iPhone 5 sales, AdWords and a Chinese challenger for Android

China Unicom Net Profit Rises 14%

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China Unicom said its net profit rose 14% last year as its third-generation mobile communications and fixed-line broadband businesses continued their rapid growth....
China Unicom Net Profit Rises 14%

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

China Telecom becomes second Chinese carrier to sell the iPhone 4S, after capturing 200,000 preorders

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Having originally announced that it would carry Apple’s new iPhone 4S on its WCDMA networks on February 21, China Telecom has today officially started selling the smartphone across its 2,850 retail outlets, having received more than 200,000 preorders within the last week. The smartphone can be ordered on the Apple China Store or via...
China Telecom becomes second Chinese carrier to sell the iPhone 4S, after capturing 200,000 preorders

Next-gen Xiaomi Phone outed by certifications ahead of launch, will again come in three variants

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Having seen the next-gen Xiaomi Phone's more colorful yet rejected designs, we're rather baffled by these dull-looking certification images of the real deal. According to a filing from the good old TENAA, this new device from Xiaomi goes by the codename "2012051" and packs WCDMA radio, but that's pretty...
Next-gen Xiaomi Phone outed by certifications ahead of launch, will again come in three variants

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

Renesys Confirms Network Outages -- Maybe Attacks -- In North Korea

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There has been a rash of odd reports today about a hacking attack against networks in North Korea. Just a few minutes ago, the research firm Renesys, which tracks the overall health and working order of the Internet, came out with confirmation that indeed something has been going on. The...
Renesys Confirms Network Outages -- Maybe Attacks -- In North Korea

Xiaomi Phones may enter Europe next year, because China ain't big enough

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Here's a bit of good news to soak in over the weekend. After the unveiling of the Xiaomi Phone 2 (aka Mi2) in front of some 3,000 people yesterday, a reliable source informed us that the Chinese startup is already looking to bring its highly affordable phones to Europe...
Xiaomi Phones may enter Europe next year, because China ain't big enough

iPhone 5, iPad mini, fourth-gen iPad get Chinese launches

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Apple has revealed the launch dates for several flagship products in mainland China. Wi-Fi models of the iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad will launch next Friday, December 7th. The iPhone 5 is scheduled to ship on December 14th, in keeping with recent expectations. No carriers have been announced, but it's...
iPhone 5, iPad mini, fourth-gen iPad get Chinese launches

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"?
China beats out U.S. to be largest smartphone market, Apple share grows
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