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  1. Chinese search giant Baidu entered the Brazilian market last week with the launch of a localized Portuguese search engine called Baidu Busca. It’s the second international language version of its website (a Japanese site went live in 2007), and new ones are planned for Egypt and Thailand. With enthusiastic backing from the Chinese Communist Party, Baidu is one of several Chinese tech giants looking to branch out internationally and challenge the primacy of American companies. Supporting the global expansion of tech companies is not merely an economic calculation for Chinese leaders (though the
  2. The Chinese variant of the upcoming Nokia Lumia 525 has received certification in China. The Nokia Lumia 526 passed through TENAA which is China's version of the FCC. The Nokia Lumia 525 is the Finnish OEM's replacement for the hugely successful Nokia Lumia 520 and Nokia Lumia 521. The Nokia Lumia 520 has sold over 5 million units, and the T-Mobile branded Nokia Lumia 521 was largely responsible for the platform's gain in U.S. market share in the third quarter. Specs for the Nokia Lumia 525 recently leaked, and we expect the Chinese variant to offer the same 4 inch LCD screen with resolutio
  3. On April 8, 2014 Microsoft will officially end support for it's once popular Windows XP operating system. The company has given plenty of notice regarding this intention as, after all, a surprising number of businesses were, and still are, using the decade old OS. That may sound shocking, but the IT industry doesn't particularly like to rush into things -- many still used Internet Explorer 6 until not so long ago. Now the world's most populous nation is begging for the death warrant to be repealed and XP's life to continue a bit longer. China claims that 54-percent of its population is still
  4. Geneva, Switzerland (CNN) -- The diplomatic gridlock between Iran and the West seemed immovable for decades. But on Sunday, diplomats made history when Iran and six world powers came together on an agreement over Iran's nuclear program. The deal dials back Iran's ability to work toward a nuclear weapon and at the same time loosens the choke hold of international sanctions on Iran's economy. The two sides now have six months to find out how historic the breakthrough really is. That's the duration of the preliminary agreement hammered out in Geneva, Switzerland, by Iran and the P5+1 -- the five
  5. The second Windows Phone phablet, the Nokia Lumia 1320, launched Friday in China with the device headed to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore in the coming weeks. Some of the specs on the far superior Nokia Lumia 1520 can be found on this device, such as the 6 inch Gorilla Glass screen. But instead of the 1080 x 1920 resolution found on the Lumia 1520, which provides it with an outstanding pixel density of 368ppi, the 720 x 1280 resolution on the Lumia 1320 works out to a 245ppi pixel density. Powered by a dual-core 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 CPU (as opposed to the quad-core 2.2 GHz Qual
  6. According to reports, Apple has finally signed a deal with China Mobile, the world's largest mobile phone carrier with over 750 million subscribers. The multi-year deal will allow consumers on China Mobile's network to purchase the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, and the phones will be sold in China Mobile and Apple retail stores starting January 17th. This news comes only a week after the carrier's announcement that they would be spending $13 billion to launch what will be the world's largest 4G network with over 500,000 base stations, bringing 4G access to over 340 cities in China. And accord
  7. BEIJING/WASHINGTON Sat Jan 18, 2014 9:16pm EST U.S. President Barack Obama signs the ''omnibus'' spending bill in Washington January 17, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Kevin Lamarque (Reuters) - China's Commerce Ministry has condemned a $1.1-trillion spending bill passed by the U.S. Congress last week over clauses that limit technological purchases from the Asian giant, saying they clash with the principles of fair trade. The bill, signed by President Barack Obama on Friday, included a cyber-espionage review process for federal purchases of technology from China, a measure incorporated last year ami
  8. February 07, 2014 22:01 The United States’ top diplomat said this week that the US will not walk away from Japan as tensions worsen in the Far East between America’s Asian ally and China regarding a heated territory dispute in the Pacific. US Secretary of State John Kerry was meeting with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida on Friday when he reiterated previous remarks from the White House about the Obama administration’s willingness to come to Japan’s aid if events escalate in the East China Sea. Late last year, China declared a portion of the East China Sea between Taiwan and Japan to
  9. January 29, 2014, 3:56 PM PST One of the more interesting factoids if you are thinking about the upgraded role of Lenovo in the U.S. smartphone market going forward after it bought Motorola Mobility today is that Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang is an observer on its board. While he does not have any voting rights as a director, apparently due to issues related the Hong Kong stock exchange, Yang did land the now high-profile cross-cultural gig that also earns him up to $200,000 a year in cash and stock about a year ago. And sources said he was quite involved in helping the company think through i
  10. BEIJING Tue Jan 21, 2014 12:36am EST (Reuters) - Chinese Internet users are now required to register their real names to upload videos to Chinese online video sites, an official body said, as the Communist Party tightens its control of the Internet and media to suppress anti-government sentiment. The new rule has been implemented to "prevent vulgar content, base art forms, exaggerated violence and sexual content in Internet video having a negative effect on society," China's State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) said on its website on Monday. Online
  11. BEIJING Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:03am EST Boxes containing Lenovo desktop computers are seen in an office in Kiev March 12, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Gleb Garanich (Reuters) - Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's largest PC maker, agreed to buy IBM Corp's low-end server business in a long-awaited deal valued at about $2.3 billion, the biggest-ever tech acquisition by a Chinese company. Lenovo will pay $2.07 billion in cash and the rest with stock of the Beijing-based PC maker, the company said in a statement to the Hong Kong exchange on Thursday. The deal surpasses Baidu Inc's acquisition of 91 Wireless fr
  12. By Steve Adler and Paul Taylor DAVOS, Switzerland Wed Jan 22, 2014 2:59pm EST (Reuters) - Tensions between Tokyo and Beijing took centre-stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday as Japan's prime minister called for military restraint in Asia and a senior Chinese academic branded him a troublemaker. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe defended his visit to a controversial shrine to Japan's war dead, which outraged China and South Korea, and took a veiled swipe at China's military buildup in his speech to global business leaders. Sino-Japanese ties, long colored by what Beijing considers
  13. The yet to be announced, Nokia Lumia 929 went on sale in China. The top-end Windows Phone device is currently available for purchase in the popular online marketplace TaoBao for ¥3800 ($628). Also known as Nokia Lumia Icon, the smartphone is shown in a number of live photos, proudly wearing its Verizon Wireless branding. This is hardly a surprise, as the handset is bound to replace the Nokia Lumia 928 when it goes official on the Big Red. In addition to the host of live photos, the seller reveals the full specs of the Nokia Lumia 929. They include Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, 2GB
  14. The recently announced Lumia 525 (a version of the Lumia 520 with 1GB RAM) has just made it to select markets putting an end to our guessing about its price. The surprise is that it's got an even more cutthroat pricing than the Lumia 520 right out of the gate. Online Chinese phone retailer Tmall has priced the 525 at ¥629, which is the equivalent of around $100.Amazon China, which sells both the Lumia 525 and Lumia 520 has the first listed as ¥699 ($115), making it the cheaper of the two despite its better specs.These prices are very appealing, considering what buyers get: a 4-inch display wit
  15. 1 of 2. The Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G mobile telephone with an Android operating system is displayed at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 8, 2014. Reuters) - LG Electronics executive Frank Lee bounded onto a Las Vegas stage this week to show off a new phone for the U.S. market, the 6-inch G-Flex, which boasts a curved screen. Two hours later, in another room at the same hotel, Huawei Technologies' Richard Yu unveiled the razor-thin Ascend Mate II, bragging it had a battery life of nearly two days. There was one key difference between the two product launches
  16. Unhappy with the dominance of foreign mobile and desktop operating systems in its country, the Chinese government it backing a China Operating System (COS) that is supposed to take on Google, Apple and Microsoft in the region. Shanghai Laintong is the company developing COS in partnership with the Institute of Software at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (ISCAS), Engadget reports. Interestingly, it’s HTC that’s actually providing hardware for the COS platform, at least for now. As for the operating system itself, COS is based on Linux and it’s said to be developed “entirely independently,”
  17. Feb 12, 2014 10:59 AM ET Yutu moon buggy had been experiencing problems since Jan. 25 The Yutu or Jade Rabbit lunar rover arrived on the moon in December aboard the Chang'e 3 lander, which took this photo of the rover. (Xinhua/The Associated Press) China's first lunar rover, Yutu, has officially been declared lost. The English-language website of the state-owned China News Service reported Wednesday that Yutu "could not be restored to full function Monday as expected and netizens mourned it on Weibo, China's Twitter-like service." In this image made off the screen at the Beijing Aerospace C
  18. 27 January 2014 Last updated at 10:57 GMT As billions of Chinese people prepare to celebrate the new year, social network Baidu - often referred to as "China's Google" - has been tracking the mass movement of people out of the country's cities and into the countryside. The interactive map, which is updated hourly, has been made by logging where data requests were made to its maps service and other apps that use its location technologies. The thicker, brighter lines are the busiest routes. An estimated 1.3 billion people make this kind of journey every year - with millions more travelling
  19. Microsoft found a clever way to get Chinese companies to pay for its software—exactly what it doesn't need. Give credit where credit is due: Microsoft's new approach to anti-piracy in China is awful clever. Heck, it might even work. But by filling up its coffers on yesterday's technology and an outdated business model, Microsoft may end up winning the piracy battle but losing the war completely. Have State Attorneys General , will sue As The Wall Street Journal reports, Microsoft has enlisted unlikely allies to get Chinese companies to pay for pirated software: U.S. state attorneys general. Mi
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