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Jolla's Marc Dillon teases world's first Sailfish device, confirms launch in a couple of weeks

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So the rumor is true: the world's first Jolla Sailfish device will be launching this month. In fact, Marc Dillon, the ex-CEO and now Head of Software Development at Jolla, was kind enough to flash the back of the product at the GMIC Beijing conference earlier today -- mainly...
Jolla's Marc Dillon teases world's first Sailfish device, confirms launch in a couple of weeks

Zopo C2 phone with Aliyun OS hands-on (video)

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We were rather surprised by Zopo's C2 (aka Xiaohei) when it was announced last month, and fortunately, it didn't disappoint us when we spotted the real thing at GMIC Beijing. For those who are just catching up, this Aliyun OS 2.0 phone packs some surprisingly good specs for its...
Zopo C2 phone with Aliyun OS hands-on (video)

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

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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

Lots of Buttons, an online button shop (!) from Hong Kong, wins Tech In Asia's startup contest

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Lots of Buttons, a Hong Kong-based startup that claims to be the world’s largest site dedicate to selling buttons, has been given a nice dose of publicity and money after it won the Startup Arena Singapore 2013 competition held at Tech In Asia‘s Startup Asia event today. The event pitted twenty...
Lots of Buttons, an online button shop (!) from Hong Kong, wins Tech In Asia's startup contest

Mobile apps news roundup: WeChat now has 190M MAU, PvZ 2 launching in July, Amazon launches Appstore in China and more

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WeChat now has 190 million MAU – Tencent’s deputy general manager Hou Xiaonan revealed on the final day of the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) in Bejing that the company’s messaging app WeChat now has 190 million monthly active users (MAU). This put’s WeChat on par with U.S. messaging app...
Mobile apps news roundup: WeChat now has 190M MAU, PvZ 2 launching in July, Amazon launches Appstore in China and more
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