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91, A Mobile App Service, Launched A Tablet for Kids

91, the sub-brand for mobile apps under Netdragon, launched a custom tablet for kids by partnering with Kizup, a Shenzhen-based kids’ tablet manufacturer. 91 started with, also best-known for, 91 Assistant, software for users to organize apps in smart phones. Later on it became an app platform. As more and more educational apps emerged, 91 came up with several […]

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Tencent, as A Hardware Player

As you may have heard, the new leader of China’s ruling party Xi Jinping vistied Tencent on last Friday. What do you think Tencent showed him? WeChat, Google Street View-like maps, and, QYing, a portable interactive projector under QRobot project (report in Chinese). Tencent management made it clear that they’d not produce smart phones, but the company […]

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Video Site Letv To Release Smart TV

September 19th, the video site Letv announced that it would start making TV sets, and will launch a new brand called “Super LeTV”. If this really happens, Letv will be the first Chinese tech company that has entered the manufacturing of televisions. What will a Super LeTV be like? Curiosity kills the cat. Actually this […]

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Baidu Debuts Cloud ROM

Chinese search conglomerate Baidu announced to launch a Cloud ROM based on deep customization of Android 4.0, the latest mobile OS from Google, its largest competitor in China’s search market. Prior to the launch, Baidu has signed up Dell and Changhong as manufacturing partners to make devices – Dell Streak Pro D43 and Changhong H5018 […]

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NetEase to Make Smartphones Pricing under RMB 1,000

NetEase reportedly will be marching into the Smartphone market to launch a joint-force smartphone characterized by 4.3 inch display, 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and most importantly Android 4.0 system and a price tag under RMB 1,000. If this turns out to be true, then it’ll make NetEase the sixth Chinese Internet company which shows interests […]

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Are You the Chinese Jeff Bezos?

Lei Jun, the renowned Internet tycoon and CEO of Xiaomi, had a lot to say in the recent Global Internet Mobile Conference, where he shared his thoughts on a number of topics. For example, Mr. Lei claims that traditional business logic does not apply to the Internet. There is certainly some truth to that. Focusing […]