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 we have left behind because we are just too busy or too lazy to post. There are stories on China 3G subscribers, Windows RT tablets, digital music copyrights, dating with technology and so on, check them out after the break. Video for this week: Shanghai’s industrial character in time-lapse. Hope everyone have a fresh start to your week and look forward to another opening of new Apple store in southern China this weekend.
A Photographer manages to turn some of Shanghai’s ugliest vistas into its most beautiful scenery.
Hands-on with MSI’s S20 Slidebook [engadget]. A preview of the $1,099 Windows 8 convertible Ultrabook from Taiwanese maker.
The Wild World of China’s Net Cafes [KOTAKU]. A closer look on different kind of web user inside the smoky world of Chinese Internet cafes.
Southeast Asia better for startups than China [ZDNet]. Startups should pay more attention to Southeast Asia than China, because the opportunity gaps and the option to leverage social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, which are blocked in China.
China Breaks 200 Million 3G Subscribers [TECHINASIA]. China now has more 3G users than there are people in the UK, France, and Italy combined.
China’s Largest Mobile Browser Heads Into U.S. Market [Forbes]. UC Web which now claims 300 million users, is in the midst of implementing an approach to the U.S. Internet market.
Cisco CEO says China will be ally [COMPUTERWORLD]. Cisco CEO said the U.S. should not be suspicious of Chinese IT companies.
China Unicom profit up 30 percent on 3G growth [WSJ]. China Unicom has been investing heavily in 3G network services and it is finally seeing rewards.
China ministry probes domestic browser over user complaints [REUTERS]. Chinese authorities are investigating the country’s top anti-virus software firm Qihoo 360 after a prominent blogger criticized its web browser, alleging improper practices such as mining of user data.
China sees need to create Chinese Intel [ShanghaiDaily.com]. China doesn’t have a leading firm in the semiconductor industry, like Intel, Samsung or Qualcomm.
China’s music industry is about to go through a major shake-up by year-end [TechNode]. The toughest ever regulation over digital music copyrights would be monopolizing China’s digital music market.
How technology is transforming dating in China [TNW Asia]. More than one billion residents of the world’s most populous nation don’t have much trouble meeting people, thanks to Internet, instant messaging and mobile phones.
Asus VivoTab RT review [ars technica]. The Transformer tablets from Asus, but come with Windows and most of your favorite apps are not yet available for the new system.