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How Homeland Security agents reeled in a Chinese software pirate

arstechnica.com
In June of 2011, Xiang Li sat in a hotel room in Saipan, trying to close a deal with US businessmen. The 35-year-old entrepreneur from Chengdu, China had brought along some samples of his wares—a collection of software on DVDs ready for resale; sample packaging materials and associated designs;...
How Homeland Security agents reeled in a Chinese software pirate

Apple sued for allegedly infringing Chinese Siri-like patent

www.appleinsider.com
A Chinese software firm hit Apple with a patent infringement suit for allegedly violating its 2006 voice-recognizing assistant patent when the Cupertino-based company integrated Siri technology into the iPhone 4S....
Apple sued for allegedly infringing Chinese Siri-like patent
Programmer Secretly Outsources His Job to China So He Can Get Paid to Screw Around on Reddit

There's a new browser in iPhone town: Meet Maxthon

thenextweb.com
After releasing a Web browser for iPad and Mac earlier this year, Chinese software company Maxthon today launched a free browser app for the iPhone. Does it bring anything new to the table or is too little, way too late? Maxthon says its browser products have seen over 600 million...
There's a new browser in iPhone town: Meet Maxthon

Xiaomi’s Huge Valuation Proves iPhone’s China Dominance Is Far From Assured

pandodaily.com
Just in case you assumed Apple would eventually get a lock-down on the high-end smartphone market in China, don’t forget Xiaomi. According to reports, the homegrown company has just closed a round of financing that values it at $4 billion, with Yuri Milner’s Digital Sky Technologies rumored to be among the...
Xiaomi’s Huge Valuation Proves iPhone’s China Dominance Is Far From Assured

Google Is Leaving China

thenextweb.com
Google’s talks with China over censorship have stalled and it now appears that Google will leave the Chinese market entirely.After Friday’s announcement that China would not cave on censorship regulations for Google, which came after Google announced that they would not censor their searches, this showdown seemed imminent. With neither...
Google Is Leaving China

Report: Qihoo's iOS Apps Under Special Investigation by Apple

www.techinasia.com
Still banned by Apple: the 360 Browser HD for iPad. At the start of last week, all the 20+ iOS apps made by Chinese software company and search engine Qihoo (NYSE:QIHU) vanished from Apple’s App Store – and they still haven’t been restored. According to multiple sources in one Chinese...
Report: Qihoo's iOS Apps Under Special Investigation by Apple

Chinese Social Media CEOs Insist Facebook Has Been Vanquished

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may have been spotted vacationing in China this week, but as far as the chief executives of his Chinese competitors are concerned, he's no threat. Those CEOs routinely tell the state-controlled Chinese press that they're beating Facebook, Twitter and Google+ in growth among Chinese users -...
Chinese Social Media CEOs Insist Facebook Has Been Vanquished

Programmer Bob who outsourced his job was a model modern employee | Steven Poole

www.guardian.co.uk
A star programmer fired for outsourcing his own job has learned a harsh lesson: exploitation is a job for employers, not staffDowntrodden employees of the world, take heart: a rebel hero walks among us. A man in his mid-40s, identified in reports only as "Bob", was a star programmer earning...
Programmer Bob who outsourced his job was a model modern employee | Steven Poole

China's Baidu to reveal new smartphone partner(s) next week

www.electronista.com
Chinese software giant Baidu, which also runs the country's largest search engine, will reveal a new smartphone partner next week, according to a recent report. The phone will run on Baidu's OS, likely to be called Baidu Cloud. The company has previously partnered with Dell to launch a phone running...
China's Baidu to reveal new smartphone partner(s) next week
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