There are so much news from China that passes by that we couldn’t possibly cover it all. Here are the Chinese tech industry news that we are lazy to post or left behind. There are stories on BenQ super zoom camera, ZTE Honeycomb tablet, Acer mobile payment smartphones and so on, check them out after the break. Hope everyone have enjoyed your busiest shopping day of the year and a fresh start to your week. Video for this week : the Chinese state-controlled news agency doesn’t know what is advertisment …
Xinhua News Agency recently blew big money on ads in New York City’s Time Square, but apparently people in U.S. still have no idea what are they selling.
Alibaba reports revenue growth in Q3 (ShanghaiDaily). China’s largest e-commerce firm posted an 11.9 percent rise in quarterly net profit, its slowest growth in nearly two years.
China’s e-commerce may pass U.S. in 2015 (Businessweek). China’s Internet retailing market may overtake the U.S. as the world’s largest with transactions valued at more than 2 trillion yuan ($314 billion).
BenQ offers new super zoom camera (GIZMOS & GADGETS). The Taiwan consumer electronics company offers a new 21X optical zoom digital camera that equipped with a Sony 16 Megapixel BSI CMOS image sensor.
Apple become the top list of ideal firms to work for (xinhuanet). Apple has replaced China Mobile as the choice of ideal employer for young professionals in China.
Chinese web browser company establishes subsidiary in India (ChinaTechNews). Mobile browser UCWeb launched its latest 8.0 version for Android and has officially established a new subsidiary in India.
Number of micro-blogging users hits 300 million in China (shanghaiist). While Twitter remains blocked in mainland China, weibo services has became the major social network in the country.
ZTE new Android tablet get pictured (unwired view). ZTE is planning to release a Honeycomb tablet which run CDMA network, offering by Sprint.
Lenovo is working on a 5-inch Android tablet (engadget). Lenovo plans to introduce a 5-inch mini tablet to compete with Samsung Galaxy Note.
Acer to launch mobile payment smartphones next year (WantChinaTimes). The Taiwan-based PC maker plans to launch smartphones with near field communication technology which will allow users to make contactless payments for retail purchases and public transport.
Baidu to set up a mobile cloud computing division (TechNode). The Chinese search giant is reorganizing its mobile internet businesses to set up a Mobile and Cloud Computing Division in an ongoing drive to expand into wireless and cloud computing forefronts.