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
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I had a bit of fun at my friend’s expense this Christmas. We were having a discussion over the merits of iPhone. He’s a PC user and someone finally had to give him his first iPod. He is grudgingly beginning to understand the value of an iPhone, yet he “can’t use a virtual keyboard” … [...]
Posted in iPhone in S.Korea on Dec 18th, 2009
The following post was co-authored by an iPhonAsia reader who wishes to remain anonymous It has been just 18 days since iPhone officially launched in Korea and it has already rocked domestic handset powerhouses Samsung and LG. There have been several jingoistic campaigns (funded by?) to undermine iPhone in Korea, yet these efforts have largely [...]
China Unicom has their new Wo Portal for delivery of value added services, including: news sites, video on demand, a mobile bookstore, and mobile TV (CCTV1-10). China Unicom has made no secret of their intention to build out their own app store (Wo Portal expansion or site to be named later?) to participate in the [...]
Apple announced today that they have added six (6) new languages in iTunes Connect, including Korean and Simplified Chinese. This will make it easier for iPhone/iPod Touch developers to convert the language in their apps for use in new markets – China, Korea, Brazil, Russia, Sweden and Portugal. Language conversion is important, but there many [...]