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Apple's Tim Cook Says Hello: The Full D10 Interview (Video)

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As promised, we will begin the posting of all the videos from the 10th D: All Things Digital conference today, starting out with the opening night speaker: Apple CEO Tim Cook. Aside from a few short interviews and an investor conference, Cook’s session with Walt Mossberg and me was...
Apple's Tim Cook Says Hello: The Full D10 Interview (Video)

China in US cybersecurity link-up

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US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has met his Chinese counterpart to discuss cooperating on issues of cyber security....
China in US cybersecurity link-up

Lenovo to invest $800 million into new mobile device development facilities

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The world's second (or third) biggest PC manufacturer has announced plans to invest $800 million in a new mobile product-centric facility. Lenovo wants to get closely involved with the lucrative world of smartphones and tablets, promising that several thousand employees at the new base in Wuhan will focus on...
Lenovo to invest $800 million into new mobile device development facilities

Chinese sites 'hit by Anonymous'

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Almost 500 websites in China have been defaced in a large scale attacked staged by the Anonymous hacking group....
Chinese sites 'hit by Anonymous'

Motorola: a brief history

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A snapshot of the last several years in Motorola's history shows a company in flux, culminating last week, when the smartphone manufacturer's sale to Google was finally given the green light. After undergoing governmental scrutiny from the US, China and the EU, the move, priced at around $12.5 billion,...
Motorola: a brief history

LG unveils flexible plastic e-paper display, aims for European launch next month

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LG has made no secret of its fondness for flexible e-paper, but those dreams became a reality today, with the announcement of a six-inch display that promises to "revolutionize the e-book market." The malleable plastic display sports a resolution of 1024 x 768 and can bend at an angle...
LG unveils flexible plastic e-paper display, aims for European launch next month

Google officially closes deal for Motorola Mobility

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Months in the making, the deal is finally done. Motorola Mobility is officially part of Google. After receiving blessings from Europe, the US and China the Internet giant has put the finishing touches on its purchase of Moto's mobile division. Developing...Continue reading Google officially closes deal for Motorola MobilityGoogle...
Google officially closes deal for Motorola Mobility

China bans Tiananmen web searches

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Chinese authorities block internet access to search terms related to the anniversary of the 1989 crackdown on protesters at Beijing's Tiananmen Square....
China bans Tiananmen web searches

Google Is Launching A Commenting System To Rival Facebook (GOOG, FB)

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Google is about to unveil an internet commenting system that will plug into Google+, search, and other web services, reports The Next Web. You've likely seen Facebook's own commenting system around the web, allowing users to leave comments on pages using their Facebook accounts. This is Google's response, except...
Google Is Launching A Commenting System To Rival Facebook (GOOG, FB)

Apple Opens New Asia iTunes Stores

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Apple opened its iTunes online store in Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and eight other Asian markets. China and India weren't included in the launch....
Apple Opens New Asia iTunes Stores

China’s Wikipedia, Hudong teams up with Bing to boost search technologies

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Hudong, the for-profit, crowdsourced, Chinese language, online encyclopaedia is teaming up with Bing to improve search with its experience in knowledge content. The partnership should help Bing compete in the Chinese market as it hopes to launch localized products and services based on Chinese users’ habits. Who better to enrol...
China’s Wikipedia, Hudong teams up with Bing to boost search technologies

Apple 'settles China iPad case'

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Apple has agreed to pay $60m (£38m) to Chinese firm Proview to settle a dispute involving rights to the "iPad" name, a court in China says....
Apple 'settles China iPad case'
One quarter of worldwide households have Wi-Fi, says Strategy Analytics

Evernote acquires iPad app Penultimate to boost its handwriting recognition capabilities

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Fresh from its $70m funding round last week, note-taking service Evernote is looking to expand its handwriting recognition capabilities with the announcement today that it has acquired San Francisco-based startup Cocoa Box Design‘s popular handwriting app for the iPad, Penultimate. More that simply bringing the app into the Evernote stable, the deal...
Evernote acquires iPad app Penultimate to boost its handwriting recognition capabilities

Samsung China Exec suggests Galaxy S III could land in April

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Samsung's follow-up to the Galaxy SII is one hotly anticipated release, and amongst the swathes of design student mock-ups and plain old rumor, is the occasional word from the horses mouth. Speaking at Samsung Forum 2012 in Beijing, chief exec Kim Young-ha let slip that we'll possibly see the...
Samsung China Exec suggests Galaxy S III could land in April
Google completes acquisition of Motorola Mobility, CEO Sanjay Jha replaced by Dennis Woodside

US imposes solar duties on China

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The US imposes duties on Chinese solar panel manufacturers after it said that they received unfair subsidies....
US imposes solar duties on China

China Clears Apple 3G Device

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Chinese regulators have approved an Apple device with high-speed wireless-data capabilities, suggesting the U.S. computer maker is a step closer to selling the latest version of its iPad in China....
China Clears Apple 3G Device

Windows Phone Marketplace Tops 70,000 Apps

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Windows Phone has been picking up steam lately, launching the platform in China just yesterday and making headway as one of Nokia’s primary partners. But when it comes to buying Windows Phone, the big hesitation for just about everyone is apps. Both the Android Market and the App Store have...
Windows Phone Marketplace Tops 70,000 Apps

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi reportedly closes new round at a $4bn valuation

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Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is reported to have closed a fresh round of funding which values the company at $4 billion. Chinese site Sina Tech reports news that an undisclosed amount of funding, which would be Xiaomi’s third round, had been raised, but it provides no details of the size...
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi reportedly closes new round at a $4bn valuation

Ecommerce, search and social media in China by the numbers [Infographic]

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We’re a fairly skeptical bunch when it comes to infographics. While we love the idea of telling a story visually, we believe that the originality is long gone and it is a medium that is all too frequently misused – something tech journos/bloggers are as much to blame for. Every now and...
Ecommerce, search and social media in China by the numbers [Infographic]

Yahoo sells half Alibaba stake

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US internet company Yahoo said it has reached a deal to sell part of its stake in China's biggest internet company Alibaba Group....
Yahoo sells half Alibaba stake

Is this the Nokia Lumia 719c?

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China is getting even closer to its first taste of Nokia Windows Phone and it might include a new phone entirely. While we're still two weeks away from Mr. Elop's proposed March 28th launch, the leaked shot above is purported to be the Lumia 719c -- a previously unseen...
Is this the Nokia Lumia 719c?

Well, It Turns Out That Whole "iPad Gets Too Hot" Thing Was A Bunch Of Crap

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No sooner had the latest iPad come out than people began complaining that it got too hot. Customers bitched. Consumer Reports frantically conducted tests. And pundits began worrying about another antenna-gate disaster. From all the huffing and moaning, you would have thought you could fry eggs on the thing....
Well, It Turns Out That Whole "iPad Gets Too Hot" Thing Was A Bunch Of Crap

Samsung shuns point-and-shoot cameras, switches factory to pricier mirrorless types

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Samsung's main camera plant in China is being converted to produce high-end mirrorless cameras instead of cheaper compacts. That's a steel-and-concrete sign that the manufacturer is trying to boost digital imaging profits by focusing on cameras with higher margins, and it implies a level adaptability that other companies can...
Samsung shuns point-and-shoot cameras, switches factory to pricier mirrorless types

Report: 100,000 Instagram photos shared to China’s Sina Weibo, just one month after its integration

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It’s been one month since Instagram added support for Chinese microblog service Sina Weibo, and the blockbuster app is reported to have seen 100,000 photos shared to the Twitter-like site during the period, according to TechWeb [Chinese], via Resonance China. The report further states that there are 50,000 Sina Weibo...
Report: 100,000 Instagram photos shared to China’s Sina Weibo, just one month after its integration

Intel Medfield sporting Lenovo K800 to land next month, has an avatar in tow

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Wondering when the Lenovo K800 will finally land? Or perhaps you're curious about how those Medfield processors will perform in real life? The answer to both those questions should be with us towards the end of next month -- according to Intel's man in China, Sean Maloney. Announcing via...
Intel Medfield sporting Lenovo K800 to land next month, has an avatar in tow

China warned on web censor plan

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China's efforts to stifle dissent by controlling what people say online, are doomed to fail, warns renowned artist Ai Weiwei...
China warned on web censor plan

Apple hints at expansion in China

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Apple indicates it will consider higher investments in China as Chief Executive Tim Cook visits Beijing to meet Chinese officials....
Apple hints at expansion in China

Wild Berry Report: Chinese iPhones Smell Of Pineapple, Mango, And Apple

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Go plug in your iPhone, wait a few minutes and then take a big whiff over the headphone jack. Smell anything? Well, there are widespread reports in China that their phones smell like fruit. Seriously. Owners are stating that their Apple iPhones actually smell like apples. As M.I.C. Gadget...
Wild Berry Report: Chinese iPhones Smell Of Pineapple, Mango, And Apple
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