Chinese video streaming Web site 56.com began full use of a filter for copyrighted content designed by U.S. startup Vobile, the companies said Tuesday, marking progress in an industry plagued by intellectual property issues. The move places 56.com a step
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CHINA – The economic climate has forced China’s e-commerce sites to unveil new initiatives companies amid fears that netizens will buy less. Business-to-business powerhouse Alibaba has teamed with eight Chinese banks to help small and medium-sized businesses obtain a share
They were the Dream Team of China’s drive to build its first truly global brand: Yang Yuanqing, the computer scientist from the Chinese countryside who at age 40 became chairman of Lenovo, and William Amelio, the American chief executive lured
Maverick China analyst Junelyn Han attended the 4th Beijing International Finance Expo on November 14, 2008. For more information about this event, please click here (Chinese language site).
Maverick China analysts Junelyn Han and Miranda Chen attended the International Communication Technology (ICT) China High Level Forum on October 21-25, 2008 in Beijing. For more information about this event, please click here.
Hurt by tough competition and its failure to replicate the Razr’s success, Motorola’s market share in China is expected to shrink sharply this year BEIJING – For years, Motorola has proudly displayed its corporate logo atop its China headquarters in
Mobile phone-related problems have remained among the fastest-growing categories of consumer complaints for a second successive year on the mainland. The China Consumers’ Association found that mobile phone complaints, all 77,945 of them last year, represented 11 per cent of
Years of false labor seem to have done little to diminish the excitement over the long-anticipated birth of 3G in China, and once again next-generation standards, networks, handsets and applications are bound to be the focus of attention at PT/Expo
As organizers make final preparations, exhibitors put the finishing touches on their booths and the dancing girls rehearse their routines, telecom analysts offer insights into what to expect from this year’s PT/Expo Comm China. “There’s likely to be less whiz-bang
With competition among China’s four telecoms operators growing increasingly fierce, particularly between cellular and Xiaolingtong (Little Smart) services, the government has stepped up its efforts to curbing the ongoing price wars by issuing a decree regulating the tariffs that operators