Update – March 13, 2010: The other shoe has dropped … The Financial Times is reporting that Google will indeed terminate their search business in China as talks with authorities have reached an “impasse;” Google has drawn up detailed plans for the closure of its Chinese search engine and is now “99.9 per cent” certain [...]
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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 – March 2, 2010: Apple files suit against HTC Boom! One month after Google’s latest OS update enabled “multi-touch,” Apple has dropped the much anticipated bomb … a patent lawsuit. But rather than sue Google, Apple is going after HTC and perhaps (soon?) other handset manufacturers who opt to deploy Apple’s patented intellectual property (IP). [...]
They really are out to get you (your IP)! Today’s link-bait award goes to Silicon Alley Insider for this gem of a headline – Reuters Reporter Assaulted While Investigating Apple’s Top-Secret China Suppliers Reuters set out to do a mini exposé on Apple’s (AAPL) secrecy and security policies and the tactics Apple uses to guard its [...]
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 [...]