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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

Viota 9.7-inch tablet sports Android 4.0, 1.5GHz chip, $120

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A relatively unknown Chinese company called Viota brought its 9.7-inch, Android 4.0 tablet to CeBIT, unique thanks to its promised $120 price tag. The M970's specs are impressive for the price, and include a 1024x768 IPS display, 512MB of RAM, and a 1.5GHz Boxchip A10 processor. The demo unit was...
Viota 9.7-inch tablet sports Android 4.0, 1.5GHz chip, $120
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In Another Blow To Google, Apple Plans To Add Baidu For Search In China (AAPL, GOOG, BIDU)

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Apple Inc. plans to add Baidu Inc.’s search engine on iPhones in China, part of a push to broaden its services and user base in the world’s most-populous nation, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. The agreement to add Baidu, China’s largest search engine, to the lineup...
In Another Blow To Google, Apple Plans To Add Baidu For Search In China (AAPL, GOOG, BIDU)

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

RAmos W42 tablet boasts quad-core Exynos chip, sells for around $200

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It's been a long, long while since we last heard about RAmos 'round here, but that doesn't mean the Chinese company isn't trying to remain relevant in the electronics game. As such, we're more than happy to tell you about the outfit's newest Android slate, the 9.4-inch RAmos W42,...
RAmos W42 tablet boasts quad-core Exynos chip, sells for around $200

Huawei's Ally: IBM

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Congressional critics allege Huawei Technologies Co. relied on state support and stolen technology to become the world’s second-largest provider of telecom equipment. Another factor has been crucial to Huawei’s rise, say the Chinese company’s executives: IBM. Huawei has long denied claims of bad behavior. But its practices have risen to...
Huawei's Ally: IBM

The crusade to keep Huawei out of the U.S. is actually working

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Paranoid U.S. lawmakers want to keep Huawei out of the U.S. — and their efforts are working out pretty well so far. According to Huawei marketing VP Bob Cai, the company doesnt expect any growth to come out the U.S. this year because it’s been effectively shut out of the...
The crusade to keep Huawei out of the U.S. is actually working

China's Sina Weibo is introducing a Google+-inspired, revenue and advertising-focused redesign this year

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While microblogging pioneer Twitter is under fire after unveiling more details of its plans to work with developers that access its API, its Chinese equivalent — Sina Weibo — is preparing to make changes of its own. Sina isn’t about to make hugely impacting moves, as Twitter is, but the...
China's Sina Weibo is introducing a Google+-inspired, revenue and advertising-focused redesign this year

Huawei is here to stay

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The Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications company has gotten into plenty of scrapes with American firms. Now, it wants competitors to know it isn’t going anywhere. FORTUNE — Last week, China-based Huawei unveiled its latest effort to make nice with corporate America, announcing it will spend more than $6 billion...
Huawei is here to stay
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Apple Settles Chinese 'iPad' Trademark Dispute with Proview for $60 Million

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Associated Press reports that Apple and Chinese company Proview Technology have reached a settlement deal that involves Apple paying $60 million for the rights to the "iPad" trademark in China."The iPad dispute resolution is ended," the Guangdong High People's Court said in a statement. "Apple Inc. has transferred $60 million...
Apple Settles Chinese 'iPad' Trademark Dispute with Proview for $60 Million

Foxconn promises to fix violations found by FLA audit

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A Fair Labor Association audit of working conditions at Apple supplier Foxconn's plants has revealed a number of violations, but the Chinese company has reportedly vowed to rectify the situation....
Foxconn promises to fix violations found by FLA audit

China Mobile suspends registrations for its Skype competitor Jego, less than a month after its launch

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China Mobile has suspended account registrations for its Jego service, less than a month after it was quietly launched as a competitor to Skype. China Mobile International – a global-focused China Mobile subsidiary – announced the suspension of new account registrations for Jego over the weekend, and has also disabled Jego-to-Jego...
China Mobile suspends registrations for its Skype competitor Jego, less than a month after its launch

Inhabitat's Week in Green: Sky City One, remote-controlled light bulbs and the Zero-G Olympic Games

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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. It took five years to build the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building -- but this week Inhabitat reported that Chinese company BSB plans...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: Sky City One, remote-controlled light bulbs and the Zero-G Olympic Games
Huawei debuts mammoth 6.1-inch Ascend Mate 'smartphone' with Jelly Bean

Canada vaguely hints it'll block Huawei from government projects, citing security concerns

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After the hammering Huawei received from the US Congress, it was probably hoping to catch a break north of the border. Unfortunately for Huawei, Canada's government has obtusely hinted that it, too, would block the company from bidding to build its new secure network. Andrew MacDougall said that it...
Canada vaguely hints it'll block Huawei from government projects, citing security concerns

Boot up: iOS Maps in China, Razr I review, Skyhook sues Google, the Last Laptop and more

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Plus Apple demands more from Samsung, iPhone sales estimates by region, an app to tell you how long it will take to arrive and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamSunsetting @Anywhere >> Twitter developers blogWe've been growing the family...
Boot up: iOS Maps in China, Razr I review, Skyhook sues Google, the Last Laptop and more

eBay inks deal for China growth

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The operator of the world's biggest online marketplace, eBay, agrees to partner with a Chinese company, in an effort to boost its sales in the country....
eBay inks deal for China growth

Here Today, China Tomorrow: PayPal ‘Optimistic’ It Will Get A Domestic Payment License

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Hot on the heels of the launch of its new Here mobile payment dongle in the U.S., PayPal is joining the ranks of companies looking to get a piece of the action in what will, this year, become the world’s largest smartphone market: China. The company says it is “cautiously...
Here Today, China Tomorrow: PayPal ‘Optimistic’ It Will Get A Domestic Payment License

Google's Big Chinese Competitor, Baidu, Is Setting Up Shop In Google's Backyard (GOOG)

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About six miles south of the Googleplex in Mountain View, Calif., is the town of Cupertino. And that's where Chinese search company Baidu is opening a new office that will be home to something called The Institute of Deep Learning. There, Baidu will be trying to build computers that mimic the human...
Google's Big Chinese Competitor, Baidu, Is Setting Up Shop In Google's Backyard (GOOG)

Boot up: Google's tablet push, Flash security update, phones on a plane, and more

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Plus the iPhone 5 re-reviewed at Slate, Cisco dumps ZTE over Iran, ad tracking puzzlers and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamGoogle publishes more guidelines to help developers build 'quality tablet apps' >> The VergeGoogle has put together another...
Boot up: Google's tablet push, Flash security update, phones on a plane, and more

Lenovo jumps to No. 2 in global PC share on $29.6B in annual sales

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With tablets eating into PC sales, maintaining growth has been tough business for PC vendors. And yet Lenovo is still going strong. The company posted fourth quarter 2012 sales of $7.5 billion, an increase of 54 percent over the previous quarter. This is the twelfth consecutive quarter that the company has posted growth....
Lenovo jumps to No. 2 in global PC share on $29.6B in annual sales

Alibaba Group's Taobao Removed From "Notorious Markets" List By US

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The US announced on Thursday that Taobao Marketplace, owned by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, has been removed from its yearly list of the world’s most “notorious markets,” so-called because they are rampant with pirated and counterfeit goods. The report from the Office of the United States Trade Representative said...
Alibaba Group's Taobao Removed From "Notorious Markets" List By US
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Huawei says profits increased by 33 percent in 2012, despite US security concerns
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Foxconn under scrutiny again #thecircuit

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Foxconn under scrutiny again: Foxconn, a Chinese company that manufacturers electronics for several prominent companies including Apple, is under scrutiny again after a New York Times report that the company is being accused of requiring vocational students to work at plants making components for Apple's iPhone. Read full article...
Foxconn under scrutiny again #thecircuit

Samsung Tops China's Smartphone Market For The First Time As Sales Triple, Says Strategy Analytics

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Samsung Electronics topped China’s smartphone market for the first time in 2012, according to data from Strategy Analytics (reported by Yonhap News Agency). The Korean tech behemoth nearly tripled its sales in the world’s largest market for smartphones: in 2012, it sold 30.06 million smartphones in China, up from 10.9...
Samsung Tops China's Smartphone Market For The First Time As Sales Triple, Says Strategy Analytics
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