This week’s China action was dominated by gaming, startups, and mobiles. And, as the first story shows, the country’s reputation for shameless copycatting goes on with what looks like the reverse-engineering of an entire game! More: http://www.techinasia.com/china-tech-this-week-19-august-2012/
http://www.techinasia.com/china-worried-google-apple/ When Google left China’s search market back in 2010, it seemed like an end to the company’s attempts to seriously engage with the China market. Yet somehow, just a few years later, Chinese people are buying phones in droves that run on Google’s Android platform.
http://www.techinasia.com/shanda-bambook-smart-watch-launching-june-2013/ China’s Shanda has made e-readers for years, and launched an Android-based smartphone last year. Its next hardware venture will be much smaller and actually wearable – a smart watch.
http://www.techinasia.com/qihoo-report-breaks-chinas-average-internet-speed-province/ Ever wonder where the fastest internet in China is? According to a new report released by Qihoo 360, the answer is Shanghai.