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China Mobile Gets TD-SCDMA Network Approval

New Express, 8/19/08

A source at China Mobile (NYSE: CHL; 0941.HK) has revealed that the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) recently issued approval for China Mobile to develop a commercial TD-SCDMA network.   Read More...

Unicom Starts WCDMA Trial Network Construction

21st Century Business Herald, 8/19/08

Sources have revealed that China Netcom (NYSE: CN; 0906.HK) and China Unicom (NYSE: CHU; 0762.HK; 600050.SH) headquarters have issued orders to their respective southern branches, who have in turn established joint working groups on WCDMA, and WCDMA business services, backend support, and products.   Read More...

Huawei Denies Low Bid Price for CDMA Equipment

Southern Metropolitan News, 8/19/08

It is claimed that Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer Huawei quoted a price of RMB 690 mln to China Telecom (NYSE: CHA; 0728.HK) for CDMA equipment procurement, with a senior executive at another telecom equipment manufacturer stating that China Telecom has a budget of RMB 10 bln for this round of purchasing.   Read More...

Baidu to Use New Storage Technology

Tencent Tech, 8/19/08

Chinese online search firm Baidu (Nasdaq: BIDU) has confirmed it has been researching new physical storage technology to replace the existing hard drives powering its search technology.   Read More...

Alimama Expands Advertising Program

ChinaByte, 8/18/08

Alimama, the online ad trading platform of the Alibaba Group, will invest tens of millions of RMB in a new round of its "3 Guarantees" program.   Read More...

XFMedia Q2 Profits Down 66%

XFMedia, 8/19/08

Chinese media group Xinhua Finance Media (XFMedia) (Nasdaq: XFML) has announced its unaudited financial results for Q2 2008, with net revenues reaching USD 48.9 mln, up 69% year-on-year, and 33% quarter-on-quarter.   Read More...



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TC Internet to Update MMO, 8/19/08

According to reliable information, Shanghai-based online game developer and operator TC Internet will update its MMORPG Dynasty Warriors Online to a new version, called "Juexing" in September.   Read More...

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