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 Mike Clendenin

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China Slow To Adopt 3G

7/20/2010
Multiple technologies, high costs, and lack of compelling 3G services cited as reasons for the reluctance of mobile users to upgrade.

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Baidu Mulling Mobile OS

7/19/2010
Operating system development would be led by former Google employees who left after the search giant's confrontation with China over censorship.

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BenQ Offices Raided By Police

3/15/2007
Police raided the offices of Taiwan's BenQ Corp., leading to the arrest of two senior executives in relation to irregularities over bonuses paid to overseas employees.

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3G Still A Long Shot In China

1/26/2007
After Chinese government officials stoked hopes that 3G would be released in the first half, that possibility is fading fast as insiders note that network testing will continue into the fourth quarter.

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Chinese Companies Favoring Soft IP

10/30/2006
As developers in China begin to favor soft IP blocks over hard cores, intellectual property vendors like MIPS and ARM are loosening up about delivering RTL code to Chinese customers.

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Software Lets Users Catch Sports Highlights

6/9/2006
The package, which applies an algorithm to try to "catch" goals and other highlights in sporting matches from recorded TV events, could prove helpful for people who can't watch sports scheduled in the wee hours, but want to catch up before dashing off to work in the morning.

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Microsoft Attacked Over China Piracy Rates

4/25/2006
Despite recent success for Microsoft in getting China's big PC makers to bundle legitimate copies of the Windows operating system, the software giant remains cautious on how long it will take for China to stamp out rampant piracy.

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ISO Rejects China's WLAN Standard, Adopts 802.11i

3/12/2006
The standards body rejects a Chinese proposal for a secure wireless networking standard in favor of the IEEE 802.11i standard, citing a perceived lack of openness in the Chinese proposal's security protocols as a major source of concern among voters.

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China Confirms Plan To Create $6 Billion Electronics Venture

8/4/2005
The country will merge China Electronics Corp. (CEC) and the China Great Wall Computer Group Co., which make integrated circuits, hard drives, monitors, power supplies, cell phones and radar systems. CEC also owns chip foundry Shanghai Huahong-NEC Corp. The combined assets will total $6 billion.

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