Profile of Mike Clendenin
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Articles by Mike Clendenin
posted in June 2010
Baidu accused of unfair competition by reducing search results for Alibaba Group retail sites.
The e-commerce leader is seeking to repurchase Yahoo's 40% ownership in the company and list it on China's stock exchange.
Google's retreat has given new offerings like Goso and Soso the opportunity to build search engine market share in China.
Demand for mobile Internet is growing faster than industry can build 3G networks.
State Grid will launch fiber to the home trials of converged phone, TV, and Internet services.
The market gained steam, as China Unicom and China Mobile each added 1 million 3G subscribers in May.
The interconnected network of everyday objects is a hot topic among government officials, but realization is decades away.
Handset makers and wireless providers are targeting the mid-range user to expand the 3G market in China.
Powerful systems for use in civil, military, and commercial applications are now being developed at no fewer than 10 locations in China.
Internet TV will be tricky in China, where regulatory issues abound.
The company has adjusted to the costs associated with going global, and is doing better than competitors Nokia-Siemens and Ericsson.
Efforts to enforce intellectual property protection mean trying to increase regulation of the nation's Internet cafés.
The online mapping services sector in China is about to be pared down and Baidu, the clear leader, wants to stay on top.
A number of upcoming license deadlines loom and Beijing could decide to rebuke the Internet giant for the public censorship battle that began earlier this year.
China's appetite for slates could exceed 7 million and show 10-fold growth over the next five years, research firm says.
Plenty of smuggled and fake iPads -- many of them Android-based -- are already on the market.
Fears that Chinese telecom equipment might contain spyware prompt India to install IT security "gatekeepers."
Nokia-Siemens says it will develop TD-LTE dual-use equipment, but the mobile broadband technology's overseas success is a long shot.
Government review stems from an agreement which allows China access to the source code for Windows 7 and other software.
The telecom operator says TD-LTE network cards and wireless routers for industry applications will be available within a year.
The China-based supplier to Apple, HP, and Nokia denies that the 30% pay increase is directly related to a rash of employee suicides.
The search rivals are developing copycat services, but winning over users won't be easy.
The nation's largest wireless carrier is pressured by regulators to drop its proprietary technology and adopt the global standard.
The Chinese government is backing plans for an Internet-based infrastructure in a key manufacturing province.