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Dell Denies Rumors of China Exodus

Oriental Morning Post, 3/26/10

Dell said yesterday that contrary to recent rumors, the computer maker has no plans to move its factories or to exit the China market.   Read More...

MIIT: Jan-Feb Software Industry Revenue up 23% YoY

China News, 3/26/10

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has released software industry statistics for January to February 2010, with total software industry revenues reaching RMB 159.5 bln, up 23.4% YoY with growth up 2.6 percentage points compared to the same period last year.   Read More...

Hardware & Software

UFIDA Launches New Brand Strategy

Sina Tech, 3/26/10

Chinese enterprise software developer UFIDA (600588.SH) has announced a new brand strategy built around its three major "UFIDA", "Wecoo" and "Chang Jie Tong" brands, and will no longer allow use of the UFIDA brand name for companies in which it holds equity.   Read More...

Kingsoft Announces Board Changes

Kingsoft PR, 3/25/10

Chinese software maker Kingsoft (3888.HK) has announced a number of changes to members of its board of directors.   Read More...

Digital China Chairman, Hony Capital Sell 25 Mln Shares Each

Wabei, 3/26/10

Guo Wei, chairman of Chinese IT services and system integration provider Digital China Holdings Limited (0861.HK), sold 25 mln shares at an average price per share of HKD 13.7 for a total value of HKD 343 mln, according to Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited, reducing his stake in the company to 27.76%.   Read More...

Hanvon Delays Touchpad Release to Late April

CCW, 3/26/10

Two hours before yesterday's slated launch of the Touchpad tablet computer by Chinese e-reader maker Hanvon (002362.SZ), the company announced that the product would be delayed until the second half of April.   Read More...

Lenovo Focuses on China All-In-One PC Market

Sina Tech, 3/26/10

A source within Lenovo (0992.HK) has reported that its desktop business will now focus primarily on all-in-one PCs, adding that sale of all-in-one PCs in China are expected to be in the millions of units this year.   Read More...

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