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China commercializes own advanced CPU

China is projected to be th second largest integrated circuit (IC) market in the world by 202, but the country wants to be a big producer of IC as well. Several domestic universities are already doing research in the area, and Beijing University just announced China’s first advanced CPU has been developed at the university’s […]

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China promotes own Internet domain

China encourages its local operates to adopt .cn domain names to simpify maintenance and get out of the crowded .com world. Now “websites using “cn” are increasing by 10,000 every month.”

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China’s Internet censors under fire

A group of Paried-based reporter tried to convince 14 Internet and computer companies such as Cisco, Microsoft and Yahoo not to sell technology or equipment that help Chinese government to monitor the Internet and censor information online. It remains to be seen how successful it will be.

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Motorola may partner with Chinese firms to build 3G phones

China’s mobile handset market is crowded and fiercely competitive with thinning margins. Now the manufacturers are looking at the 3G phones. While China is still considering which 3G standard to adopt, Motorola announced it would partner with Chinese companies to develop phones based on China’s home-grown standard TD-SCDMA.

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Microsoft signs .Net deal in China

After Chinese government decided to work with Sun to develop its Java Desktop System in an effort to embrace open-source technology, Microsfot signed a deal with China National Computer Software & Technology Services to co-develop products based on .Net and Office plateforms. In another deal, Microsoft China will partner with the Ministry of Education with […]

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