We hope everyone has a great weekend, especially for the Americans, which have been commemorated the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. What ever happens, life has to go on. Here are the Chinese tech news that we have not covered for this week, click in to check them out.
Infographic video on China’s Internet industry.
Acer drops to No. 4 among leading computer brands (WantChinaTimes). The Taiwan PC maker saw a drop of 20 percent in sales compare to second quarter of last year. Is PC really dying ?
Shanghai plans to introduce fiber-optic cables to boost Internet speed citywide (ShanghaiDaily). The most glamorous city of China needs to have faster broadband.
Alipay is extending international reach (GLOBAL TIMES). China’s leading online payment company announced they have reached an agreement with Australia-listed OnCard International Ltd to acquire its Chinese subsidiary.
China aims to rein in car sales (NYT). The Chinese government want the Chinese automakers to slow down, and produce more advanced and fuel-efficient cars.
A new film sticker SIM ‘card’ can allowed Chinese phone user to use two different telecom provider at the same time (TechNode). This is a innovative and simple solution for mobile subscribers !
Chinese makers Huawei and ZTE are expected to see a 300 to 400 percent rise in smartphone shipments (DIGITIMES). Apple to ship most smartphones in 2011, but the Chinese makers to enjoy the most growth.
Chinese government officials are starting to increasingly embrace micro-blogging (CHINADAILY). The government want to interact with netizens to eliminate misunderstandings.
Alibaba will be launching their English mobile OS very soon (cnet news). The China e-commerce giant has high hopes for its mobile operating system to go international.
Lenovo is spending big chunk of its budget on their latest ad campaign (Penn Olson). Lenovo wants everyone to know that they are a ‘DO’ company.
Taiwan plans to establish an intellectual property bank to avert patent wars (WantChinaTimes). So will this help HTC up for having patent war with Apple ?