The freshly-minted Hong Kong-based mobile operating system company Acadine Technologies is hoping to make room for itself among the ubiquitous of Android and iOS devices. The company says it received USD100 million in its first round financing from China-based Tsinghua Unigroup International. Acadine is so new, that only yesterday, July 15, did it register and […]
China’s Inspur Group published its financial report for 2012, stating that its total operating revenue reached CNY40.1 billion, a year-on-year increase of 9% compared with the CNY36.68 billion in 2011.
Alibaba’s cloud computing platform’s five systems, including cloud computing, large-scale storage, cloud network, data crunching, and Yun OS, will be integrated and renamed the Feitian platform.
Shanda Interactive Entertainment Limited, China’s leading interactive entertainment media company, has launched its Android-based customized smartphone operating system named Lezhong ROM.
The B2C e-commerce website Dangdang.com reportedly plans to launch a new e-book business channel in the second half of December 2011.
Chinese mobile browser developer UCWeb has officially established a new subsidiary in New Delhi, India, and the company launched its latest UCWeb 8.0 version for Android in the country.
Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba will soon launch a new cloud mobile operating system.
Chinese computing platform and information technology application solutions provider Inspur has launched the first cloud data center operating system named “Sea of Clouds OS”.
Chinese online gaming firm The9 has announced that it plans to introduce the game-oriented social networking site OpenFeint into the Chinese market before the end of 2010.
Chinese computing platform and information technology application solutions provider Inspur has published a strategy to promote its cloud computing business, and it plans to launch China’s first self-developed cloud computing operating system before the end of 2010.
Chinese Internet portal Sohu.com has announced the official launch of the new 2.0 edition of its Sogou browser.
China Construction Bank and Microsoft China have signed a strategic cooperation memorandum and the two parties will jointly establish a new generation of online banking based on Microsoft’s technology platform to improve the security and convenience of online banking applications.