chinese giant

chinese giant

Huawei files EU antitrust complaint against InterDigital

www.engadget.com
Huawei has filed an EU antitrust complaint against InterDigital to end its "abuse" of the allegedly standards-essential patents it controls. The company has urged the commission to examine its demands, which are considered too hefty to come under the protection of FRAND terms. The shoe normally resides on the...
Huawei files EU antitrust complaint against InterDigital

Huawei offers Australia 'unrestricted' access to hardware, source code

news.cnet.com
In the aftermath of a U.S. House Committee investigation, the Chinese giant is opening up its hardware and software in a transparency push in Australia, after it was previously barred from competing for government contracts in the country. [Read more]...
Huawei offers Australia 'unrestricted' access to hardware, source code

Sharp mortgages itself to the hilt just to keep going

www.engadget.com
Sharp has mortgaged its offices and factory buildings in order to raise the cash it needs to stay in business, according to Reuters. It's cut a deal with banks for nearly $2 billion in short-term credit secured on its assets -- including the factory that reportedly produces displays for...
Sharp mortgages itself to the hilt just to keep going

Chinese giant Baidu launches mobile browser to keep up with Chinese mobile explosion

venturebeat.com
Smartphones are kind of a big deal in China, and Baidu, one of the PRC’s largest web companies, has just launched a new mobile web browser to take advantage of that fact. Currently, China sees more smartphone sales than the U.S., and in March 2012, the PRC also passed...
Chinese giant Baidu launches mobile browser to keep up with Chinese mobile explosion

Lenovo building PC production facility in North Carolina

www.engadget.com
North Carolina is fast becoming a haven for tech behemoths, with Chinese giant Lenovo becoming the latest to plant its flag in the Southeastern soil. The Wall Street Journal reports that the company is readying a PC production facility near its US headquarters which will kick off operations next...
Lenovo building PC production facility in North Carolina

Chinese giant Wanxiang wins bid for bankrupt A123 and its battery tech

gigaom.com
Chinese auto tech behemoth Wanxiang has won the bidding process in an auction to buy the assets of bankrupt battery maker A123 Systems. On Sunday the companies announced that Wanxiang plans to acquire most of the assets of A123 for $256.6 million. It’s news that could be a bit controversial,...
Chinese giant Wanxiang wins bid for bankrupt A123 and its battery tech

Chinese giant Tencent is relying on WeChat to fuel international growth, with a strategy influenced by Facebook

thenextweb.com
Tencent’s golden child is undoubtedly Weixin (known to users outside of China as WeChat), but as CEO Tony Ma explained during his keynote at the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) in Beijing today, he believes that the mobile messaging app will determine the fate of Tencent’s long-term strategy. WeChat has introduced...
Chinese giant Tencent is relying on WeChat to fuel international growth, with a strategy influenced by Facebook

Lenovo faces uphill battle in U.S. smartphone market

www.pcworld.com
A Lenovo phone currently on sale in Asia. ThinkPad loyalists may be in for a real treat soon: The current owner of the brand says it wants to bring Lenovo-brand smartphones to the U.S.within a year. It's not as wild an idea as it may seem to those who...
Lenovo faces uphill battle in U.S. smartphone market
Huawei Executive Details Plan To Overtake Apple And Samsung In Mobile

Tencent looks to boost mobile content with GameSalad partnership

www.insidemobileapps.com
Chinese giant Tencent is looking to bolster its mobile content offerings by signing a deal with GameSalad, the makers of a free game development toolkit that allows non-coders to create iOS, Android and HTML5 mobile games. Under the terms of the deal, a new Chinese language version of the GameSalad...
Tencent looks to boost mobile content with GameSalad partnership
Red scare 2.0: Australia bans China’s Huawei from lucrative gov’t bid
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?