Articles tagged with: China Mobile and Google

Chinese Networks Should Cooperate on Mobile Applications

China's mobile operators should not only compete but also cooperate in deploying 3G services, because they face challenges from overseas giants, including Apple and Google, industry officials said at a forum in Beijing. more

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China Mobile Close to Launching 3G "Google Phone"

China Mobile is reported to be nearing a launch of a smartphone based on the Google backed, Android operating system - a source close the matter told the South China Morning Post. more

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Nokia and Motorola Dominate Chinese Smartphone Market

The success in brand and product allows Nokia and Motorola the accumulative advantage in smart phone market. It is forecasted that their market share will even reach over 90% under a better for better effect, which is particularly prominent in the smart phone market. more

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Nokia Siemens and Ericsson May Win 20% of Chinese 3G Tender

China Mobile is expected to announce the winners of its US$4.4 billion 3G network tender, with Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and Ericsson both expected to receive around 10% of the contract each. more

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China Mobile Planning to Open Silicon Valley R&D Office

China Mobile is planning to open a research centre in the USA - within California's Silicon Valley - sometime next year. This will be China Mobile’s first overseas research and development effort. more

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T-Mobile Expected to Sell Google Phone for Under $200

As T-Mobile USA prepares to show off the first version of the so-called, Google Phone next week, it has been reported that the company is aiming to sell the smartphone for US$199 with a contract. more

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Open Source OS Assists Chinese Development of the Smart Phone Market

A report from Chinese research firm, CCID Consulting shows that the sales volume of smart phones in China's market in the first half of 2008 reached 15.671 million sets, up 32.1% over H1 2007, and the sales revenue reached 37.74 billion Yuan, up 25.7% over H1 2007. more

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Google Phone faces Launch Delays

It has been reported that the Android operating system for mobile phones - being heavily promoted by Google - will not be available until the fourth quarter of this year, at the earliest. more

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Clearwire Aims for 31 Million WiMAX Subscribers by 2017

US WiMAX operator, Clearwire - which has been formed from the merger of the Clearwire and Sprint Nextel divisions expects to have some 1.3 million subscribers by the end of 2009 and 4.6 million by the end of 2010. The company is forecasting revenues of over $17.5bn by 2017, by which time the company expects to have around 31 million subscribers. more

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China Mobile Eyes Overseas Expansion Opportunities

China Mobile is looking at further possible overseas acquisitions in the future - taking advantage of the current global stock market downturn to pick up small operators on the cheap should prices fall to an acceptable level. more

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