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Doing Deals In China

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Editor’s note: Ruslan Kogan is founder and CEO of consumer electronics company Kogan. Follow him on Twitter @ruslankogan. If you’re in business, you can’t ignore China. The economy is booming and it is the manufacturing capital of the world. In the last six years as founder and CEO of Kogan, I’ve travelled to...
Doing Deals In China

China unveils 'world's fastest smartphone'

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Telecoms giant Huawei presents a device it claims can download high definition films in minutes and songs in secondsHuawei, the Chinese telecoms equipment group, has unveiled what it claims is the world's fastest smartphone and announced a 60% annual rise in shipments of its mobile devices.Headlining at the mobile phone...
China unveils 'world's fastest smartphone'

Eyeing $4.5B In Sales This Year, Phone Maker Xiaomi Looks To Emulate A 340-Year-Old Chinese Medicine Company

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Who do the idols idolize? Lei Jun, the CEO of Android handset and OS maker Xiaomi, is arguably the face of tech entrepreneurship in China as a long-time angel investor and serial entrepreneur behind companies like Amazon-acquired Joyo.cn and the recently IPO-ed YY. He’s been called the “Steve Jobs of...
Eyeing $4.5B In Sales This Year, Phone Maker Xiaomi Looks To Emulate A 340-Year-Old Chinese Medicine Company

Foxconn Accelerating Sharp LCD Panel Orders to Launch Apple Television for Holiday Season?

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In a new research note published today, Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White points to a new report from Chinese business site 21cbh.com claiming that Foxconn/Hon Hai has accelerated its schedule for ordering television-sized LCD panels from Sharp, fueling speculation that the panels are destined for an Apple television set...
Foxconn Accelerating Sharp LCD Panel Orders to Launch Apple Television for Holiday Season?

Chinese respond to report on Apple's suppliers in China

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The New York Times republished its scathing report on Apple's alleged indifference to workers' rights in China in a Chinese business magazine to solicit comments "that might prove illuminating for readers" here in the US. Those responses were subsequently buried in a blog post....
Chinese respond to report on Apple's suppliers in China

China deletes accounts on Twitter-like service as part of social media crackdown

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Just two days after President Obama and the United States government hit Syria and Iran with new sanctions "to hold accountable those who assist in or enable such [human rights] abuses through the use of information and communications technology," China has now stepped up its online crackdown in the...
China deletes accounts on Twitter-like service as part of social media crackdown

Go Daddy Says China Refusal Is No P.R. Stunt

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Go Daddy, the net’s largest domain registrar, is infamous for its Super Bowl ads featuring busty models testifying at a fake congressional hearings, but when the company’s top lawyer testified at a real hearing Wednesday about the company’s decision to stop selling .cn domain names, it wasn’t a publicity...
Go Daddy Says China Refusal Is No P.R. Stunt
China outted for clumsy state media attack on Apple

GoDaddy to Stop Offering Chinese Domain Names

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As of today, popular domain registrar GoDaddy plans to stop registering .cn (China) domain names due to the country’s new restrictions that require more personally identifiable information from registrants.Reports detail that GoDaddy is explaining its decision — announced today — before the Congressional Executive Commission on China, which is...
GoDaddy to Stop Offering Chinese Domain Names

Chinese iPad trademark costs Apple $60m

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Apple has ended its long-running trademark trouble in China by agreeing to pay $60 million to use the iPad brand name in the country. The Cupertino company had argued that it bought the rights to use the iPad name from Shenzhen-based Proview Technology for $55,000 three years ago — but...
Chinese iPad trademark costs Apple $60m
Former elevator repairman builds iPad app to keep 'global citizens' informed

Forget The iPhone 5 -- Apple Is About To Start Production Of The iPhone 5S [Report] (AAPL)

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Apple is expected to start "trial" production of its next iPhone, the iPhone 5S, in December, reports Steve Shen of DigiTimes, citing a Chinese business newspaper. The initial run will be small: 50,000-100,000 units. Apple has reportedly "accelerated" the certification process for parts and materials in the new phone because...
Forget The iPhone 5 -- Apple Is About To Start Production Of The iPhone 5S [Report] (AAPL)

China Escalates Crackdown on Internet Amid Scandal

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China has stepped up its campaign to clamp down on the Internet, which has emerged as a virtual town square for exchanging information about the Bo Xilai scandal and the nation’s biggest political upheaval in years. The popular Twitter-like microblogging service Sina Weibo on Tuesday deleted the accounts of several...
China Escalates Crackdown on Internet Amid Scandal

Evernote launches its business platform in China, as local Yinxiang Biji service crosses 4m users

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One year to the day since it launched its dedicated business in China – Yinxiang Biji — Evernote has deepened its push into the country after launching the Evernote Business platform there. Speaking at the Global Mobile Internet Conference in Beijing — the same venue for last year’s launch — Evernote...
Evernote launches its business platform in China, as local Yinxiang Biji service crosses 4m users

Hewlett-Packard touts viability, courts customers in China

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Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman stressed her company's future viability as HP tried to win Chinese business customers at an event in Beijing last week. "Believe me, HP is here to stay," Whitman said in a keynote at the HP World Tour in Beijing. "We've come a long way since...
Hewlett-Packard touts viability, courts customers in China
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