The CEO of Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications giant that has been accused by the U.S. government...
by Linjun Fan | Feb 14, 2008
As Chinese companies start to invest in various developing countries across the globe, they are also getting entangled in local politics. From International Herald Tribune: China’s leading telecommunications company warned...
by Linjun Fan | Feb 9, 2008
With nearly half of the Chinese population owning mobile phones, sending text messages has become a popular ways for people in China to exchange greetings during the Lunar New Year festival. It’s estimated that about 2...
by Mo Ming | Jun 13, 2006
From Bloomberg News: NTT DoCoMo Inc., the world’s second- largest wireless company, may seek partners in China after the Chinese government issues licenses for high-speed networks to expand in the world’s biggest mobile phone market. The government is considering three different standards for its 3G network, which would allow services such as video conferencing and […]
by Mo Ming | May 11, 2006
From the New York Times (link) Research in Motion said on Thursday that after much delay it would introduce its BlackBerry wireless e-mail service in China. But the announcement of its joint venture with China Mobile, which came with few details, quickly prompted questions about how the Canadian company’s product would fit into the Chinese […]
by Mo Ming | May 10, 2006
From Xinhuanet (link) The world’s largest network equipment provider, Cisco Systems, announced here Wednesday the launch of an IT services company in China. “That is another long-term investment made by Cisco since its entry into China in 1994,” said Joe Pinto, senior vice-president of Cisco’s technical support department, at the launch in Beijing. The U.S. […]
by Mo Ming | Apr 25, 2006
From the Associated Press via the San Jose Mercury News (link) The BlackBerry e-mail device is coming to China in the next few months. By then, thousands of Chinese may already be checking their e-mail on the new “Redberry.” The Redberry is not a new version of the BlackBerry that’s been designed by Research in […]
by Michael Zhao | Apr 6, 2006
From Xinhua News Agency (in Chinese), translated by CDT (link): China’s official stance on the third generation telecommunications has become clearer, although when to release licenses and what operational framework to adopt remain uncertain. “It’s a definite trend for China to develop 3G,” said Zhang Xinsheng, an official with the Ministry of Information Industry, during […]
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- Forum 2000 – Xiao Qiang: Digital authoritarianism in China undermines democratic values
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- The Jamestown Foundation – Hong Kong Cracks Down on National Security Imperatives Amid Electoral Reforms