After much anticipation, the launch of the official iPhone in China wasn’t met with the overwhelming demand that has greeted the launch elsewhere, partly because the handset is being sold without key features, like wifi...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 27, 2009
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is closing in on a deal to finally sell the iPhone in China: The release of the iPhone in China could turbocharge overseas growth for what is already Apple’s fastest-growing...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 7, 2009
CNReviews looks at the challenges confronting Apple as the company prepares the introduce the iPhone to the China market: Apple’s modern design and well-guarded brand image has certainly made an impression on the Chinese...
by Liu Yong | Jan 7, 2009
From Bloomberg: China issued licenses for high-speed mobile-phone services today, clearing the way for as much as $41 billion of spending on so-called third-generation networks as the government seeks to bolster the slowing...
by Liu Yong | Dec 12, 2008
From Bloomberg: China said it will issue high-speed mobile-phone licenses as early as this month, which will trigger at least 200 billion yuan ($29 billion) of spending in 2009 as operators upgrade networks to offer faster...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 10, 2008
The Times looks at the role on mobile technologies in helping survivors of the Wenchuan earthquake: The mobile phone came of age in China last month when a devastating earthquake ripped through Sichuan province. Its vital role...
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