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Android dominates Chinese market as it reaches 50% benchmark in OS installations: Kantar Worldpanel

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Google’s Android OS is dominating the Chinese smartphone market and is now installed on more than half of all devices in the country, according to research from Kantar Worldpanel. Across all smartphones in China, the Android mobile operating system hit a 51.4 percent market share in the first quarter of 2013, marking...
Android dominates Chinese market as it reaches 50% benchmark in OS installations: Kantar Worldpanel

Korea launches touch screen industry forum to help domestic manufacturers grow worldwide

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The Korean government has established a forum for touch screen manufacturers in the country, aimed at encouraging cooperation and boosting their global businesses. The move is part of the country’s wider goal to become the world’s second larger touch screen supplier by 2020. The organization was launched by the Ministry of Trade,...
Korea launches touch screen industry forum to help domestic manufacturers grow worldwide

China's homegrown GPS to open up for smartphones

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Now that China is comfortable letting drivers access Beidou to get around the middle kingdom, it's decided that everyone else should get easy access as well. Talking to Xinhua News, state official Yang Qiangwen said that it won't be long before the nation's made-at-home GPS is adopted by local...
China's homegrown GPS to open up for smartphones

Google Glass To Be Made In U.S.A.--By Foxconn

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The manufacturer of the hi-tech specs will be Hon Hai Precision Industry (also known as Foxconn) at its Santa Clara plant. Google's nearly-here wearable tech, Project Glass, will be made in California. Google has entrusted the manufacture of its AR glasses (the first batch of which are about to...
Google Glass To Be Made In U.S.A.--By Foxconn

Huawei & ZTE Under Scrutiny Again, This Time By The European Commission For Unfair Competition

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Another round of headaches for Chinese telecom equipment makers Huawei and ZTE–after previously facing scrutiny over security concerns in the U.S., the two companies are now being targeted by the European Commission. The European Union’s executive body is seeking to investigate Huawei and ZTE for undercutting European firms by receiving...
Huawei & ZTE Under Scrutiny Again, This Time By The European Commission For Unfair Competition

Maker's Row Grows As A Matchmaker Between Fashion Designers & Domestic Manufacturers

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Barriers to international manufacturing and high fuel costs have long made overseas production painful for small businesses. Now, an economic trend towards American manufacturing has created a timely entrance to the market for Maker’s Row. The startup, a finalist in last week’s Women 2.0 Pitch Competition, says it wants to become...
Maker's Row Grows As A Matchmaker Between Fashion Designers & Domestic Manufacturers

Tech Titans In Asia: Apple's Cook Visits China, While Google's Schmidt Makes A Stop In North Korea

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Two top tech executives are currently visiting Asia, but while Eric Schmidt’s trip to North Korea is confusing observers of the authoritarian regime and Google alike, the reasons for Apple CEO Tim Cook’s China sojourn are much more obvious. Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Miao Wei, minister of China’s...
Tech Titans In Asia: Apple's Cook Visits China, While Google's Schmidt Makes A Stop In North Korea

China's electric car industry hits the skids

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It's no secret that China wants to be at the forefront of today's nascent electric car industry, and over the past few years, it's devoted a lot of money toward making that dream a reality. According to the AP, however, China's government-fueled initiatives have yet to pan out, forcing...
China's electric car industry hits the skids
German solar juggernaut rolls on despite tariff cuts
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