There are so much news from China that passes by that we couldn’t possibly cover it all. Here are the Chinese tech news that have left behind because we are just too busy or too lazy to post. There are stories on Xiaomi phone, HTC’s patent bank China social media regulations and so on, check them out after the break. Video for this week: the making of low cost 7-inch Android tablet in China … Hope everyone have a fresh start to your week.
Watch how a $55 Chinese android tablet assembled on factory line.
Corruption case snares Huawei, ZTE executives in Algeria (techwireasia). Leading Chinese telecoms manufacturers are in hot water again after the government of Algeria charged and sentenced their executives to 10 years in jail.
Draw-ing Something in Chinese (ShanghaiDaily). Draw Something is offered as a localized version in Simplified Chinese, including a translated user interface and new English word choices that are culturally relevant to Chinese-speaking users.
Rumor, Baidu to acquire Chinese No.1 mobile browser (TechNode). The acquisition of UC broswer could give Baidu the immediate ‘control’ of the entry to mobile internet.
Chinese government issues strict social media draft regulations (ChinaTechNews). China’s State Council Information Office issued updated draft guidelines for further strengthening government oversight of the Internet
HTC boosts patent bank (REUTERS). The Taiwanese smartphone maker had completed the purchase of U.S. graphics chipmaker S3 Graphics, arming itself with more than 200 patents.
Apple vs. Google: starkly different China experiences (Bloomberg). The two companies have taken very different approaches to the world’s second-largest economy.
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Microsoft confirms Sina Weibo connection coming to Windows 8 and Windows Phone (liveside.net). China most popular Twitter-like social network will be fully integrated into the upcoming Windows 8 final release.
Smartphones to take 32 percent of China phone market in 2012 (DIGITIMES). China mobile phone shipments will grow to 430 million units in 2012, with smartphones likely to take about one third of the market.