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Articles by Mike Clendenin
posted in July 2010
Twitter-style rapid information sharing faces an uphill battle with China's government censors.
Texas Instruments is expected to buy a wafer plant run by Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation.
World of Warcraft upgrade approved by Chinese regulators, awaits decision of Ministry of Culture.
Baidu nabbed a record 70% of the Chinese search market, as Google's share dipped to 24%.
Strong sales mask the company's low profit margins in the second quarter.
Huawei has again been thwarted in efforts to gain a foothold in the North American mobile gear market.
Internet Protocol v6 trials launched in four China provinces.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.'s deep pockets and enormous fabs give it a substantial market lead over competitors, says chip market researcher.
Tencent and Baidu have signed cooperative agreements with low-cost mobile chipmaker MediaTek, say Chinese media reports.
Multiple technologies, high costs, and lack of compelling 3G services cited as reasons for the reluctance of mobile users to upgrade.
Intel is said to be interested in buying a stake of Cheng Uei Precision to diversify its supplier relationships.
Operating system development would be led by former Google employees who left after the search giant's confrontation with China over censorship.
The nationwide Suning electronics retail chain will sell China Telecom's 3G phones and telecom services.
Its biggest rival, China Mobile, is seeing increasing demand for its mobile reading platform.
More than a third of the city's 1500 registered Internet cafes will be indicted on suspicion of copyright infringement.
Ericsson says large-scale field trials of Time Division-LTE networks will begin in late 2010.
Few willing to pay to use China multimedia mobile broadcasting service.
E-reader maker Hanvon is trying to break intellectual property, financial barriers in what could become the world's largest e-book market.
Hon Hai is accelerating its move into central China, where wages are lower than in its southern industrial base.
Employees at the China manufacturer say overtime restrictions and workload increases mean they are actually working more and earning less after a 33% base salary hike.
Low entry barriers and simple business model have led to more than 300 competing websites offering daily Internet shopping deals.
The European Union is investigating whether Chinese modem manufactures are dumping products into the market at excessively low prices.
CEBX is taking on Adobe with a unified layout document format that is faster than PDF on mobile devices, says maker Apabi Technology.
Convincing Apple to make an iPhone for its homegrown TD-SCDMA network is the carrier's hope for getting a flagship 3G phone.