There are so much news from China that passes by that we couldn’t possibly cover it all. Here are the Chinese tech news we have left behind because we’re just too busy or too lazy to post. There are stories on HTC latest new handset, Apple profits in China, Lenovo consider to purchase RIM and so on, check them out after the break. Video for this week: i-Transport for disabled … Hope everyone have enjoyed your weekend and a fresh start to your week.
Taiwan’s researchers invented a special wheelchair for disable to stand upright.
ZTE posts $439M loss in 2012 preliminary results [ZDNet]. The Chinese telecoms equipment maker has warned that it may clock net losses of up to 2.9 billion yuan due to postponed contracts and a dip in revenue in the domestic market.
Huawei’s Profit Jumped 33 Percent [Forbes]. The Chinese telecoms firm and phone-maker revealed that the past year saw rising revenues culminating in a net profit of $2.46 billion, a rise of 33 percent from the previous year.
W3C steps up China outreach with Beijing centre [W3C]. China becomes the World Wide Web Consortium’s latest host and it hopes the country will engage local’s developers and companies to shape the Web’s future.
Xiaomi Aims its MiTalk Messaging App at Southeast Asia [TNW]. Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has reached an agreement with a Taiwanese startup to help take its messaging service overseas.
HTC M7 With Sense 5.0 [ANDROID POLICE]. HTC new 5-inch smartphone with new user interface.
China Mobile sold 60 million TD-SCDMA devices in 2012 [engadget]. There are over 220 million 3G phone users in China, meaning the carrier still has plenty of catching up to do as it had a late start in the 3G game.
Apple profits in Greater China jump 66 percent year-over-year to $6.8B [Inside Mobile Apps]. China is becoming increasingly important to Apple’s bottom line.
China wants more local electronics success stories [ZDNet]. The Chinese government has set a target of having five to eight electronics companies with sales of at least US$15.9 billion by 2015.
Lenovo Says RIM Bid Among Options to Boost Mobile Unit [Bloomberg]. Lenovo is looking at all opportunities to expand its mobile business, including a possible deal with RIM.
CHINA continues testing and expand the trial run of 4G network [ShanghaiDaily]. There is still no time frame for China to have ultra fast mobile network.
Microsoft identifies 13 PC resellers distribute Windows piracy in Shanghai [IDG News]. Microsoft latest anti-piracy campaign in China, the 13 resellers deal in PC brands including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP and Lenovo.
Nokia Sales Down 79 percent in China [TECHINASIA]. Symbian is dying, causing dramatic sales drops in Chinese market.