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APPLICATIONS developed by Baidu.com reappeared on Apple Inc's App Store yesterday after they were removed, without any reasons given by Apple, from the store for iPhone and iPad users on Saturday. By yesterday afternoon,...
THE iPad Mini is a runaway hit with trendy women in Shanghai because of its size and mobility, replacing men who previously spent long hours queuing up for all things Apple.

About half of those people lining up at the city's three Apple Stores to get their hands on the latest iPad product, which had its Chinese mainland debut yesterday, were women.

When the iPad hit the local market earlier
CHINA Mobile Ltd, the world's biggest telco by users, will buy a 1.36 billion yuan (US$214 million) stake in Anhui USTC iFlytek Co, a maker of voice-recognition software similar to Apple Inc's Siri system.

The telco will subscribe to 70.3 million iFlytek shares, or a 15 percent stake, at 19.40 yuan apiece, Beijing-based China Mobile said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange yesterday. A
The release of Xiaomi Corp's new smartphone is set to beef up the Chinese brand's muscle to challenge global brands such as Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co, but the lack of a clear strategy added to analysts' concerns over its future.

The announcement of two new models will continue to draw a lot of attention due to its aggressive price tags, said Nicole Peng, research director at Canalys
After a long haul and plenty of speculation, it looks as if the folks over at Xiaomi are finally about to release their next phone. The latest reports are that on August 16th, Xiaomi will be officially releasing its newest phone in line with last August’s release of their flagship model.

Several sources are predicting it will be equipped with a quad-core processor, and TechWeb specifically bel
While industry watchers gnash teeth about Google and Facebook’s ability to adapt for the mobile era, in China similar concerns surround Baidu, a 12-year-old company that has built a .6 billion business largely on the back of PC-based search. After visiting Baidu’s Beijing headquarters today, however, I’m convinced that the juggernaut has what its American counterparts lack: a coherent and sustain
A CHINESE technology firm has filed a legal challenge accusing US giant Apple of infringing its patented voice recognition software with its Siri function on the iPhone, the company said yesterday.

The move comes days after Apple paid US$60 million to end a dispute over who could use the iPad name in China.

Shanghai Zhizhen Network Technology Co Ltd patented its Xiao i Robot software in 200
Smartphone makers target consumers seeking low-cost, feature-rich options

When Chen Xiao, a sophomore student at Peking University, started looking for a suitable mobile phone, she quickly became overwhelmed in a marketing blitz of offers, tariffs and brands.

She had hoped to get a smartphone for less than 1,500 yuan (5), with as many functions as possible. She thought it would be easy.

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