Update March 17, 2010: China Mobile CEO, Wang Jianzhou, is talking “Apple” again. During a recent press conference, Wang Jianzhou revealed that he is interested in the iPad and has told Apple that China Mobile would also like to see a special version of iPhone with a chipset that supports time division synchronous code division [...]
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iPhonAsia.com interview with Hong Kong’s NeonPunch.com The editors of NeonPunch.com, a gadget site in Hong Kong, posed several questions for the editor of iPhonAsia (yours truly). My responses are in a two-part interview: Part 1 Part 2
Update – January 19, 2010: A Google spokesman has confirmed the postponement of the launch of two Android phones in China. The manufacturers are Motorola and Samsung and China Unicom would have been the carrier. The future of the Android HTC Nexus One (so called Google phone) in China remains in doubt. January 18, 2010: The [...]
In the aftermath of Tuesday’s (January 12) bombshell announcement, Google is now engaged in discussions with Chinese ministry officials about the “feasibility” of their business operations in China. Key points of contention include state censorship of “search” on Google.cn and incidences of cyber spying. Read > Google’s China Gambit According to a Marbridge Consulting report, [...]
Update – January 4, 2010: In a report leaked to the media today, Merrill Lynch International analyst Cynthia Meng said; “China Unicom and Apple are likely to reach a for more than a two-year exclusive iPhone distribution agreement.” According to a China Unicom spokesperson, the two sides (Apple and China Unicom) are negotiating for an extended iPhone agreement. [...]