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Android Sales Beat OPhones in Beijing's Zhongguancun

CCTIME, 4/01/10

Recently, reporters sent to interview mobile phone retailers in Beijing's Zhongguancun hi-tech district have discovered that Google's Android-based smartphones are selling very well, while sales of China Mobile's (NYSE: CHL; 0941.HK) OPhones are lagging far behind.   Read More...

Rumor: Moca World to Win USD 5+ Mln in Funding

CCID, 4/01/10

On April 1, an industry source confirmed that a well-known Japanese financial group has reached an official investment agreement with an up-and-coming Chinese mobile gaming company, under which it could invest USD 5 mln or more into the company in the initial round of funding.   Read More...

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Shenglu to List on SME Board

Guangzhou Daily, 4/02/10

On the evening of March 29, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) announced the approval of Guangdong Shenglu Telecommunication Tech's application to list on Shenzhen's SME board, with an initial offering of 26 mln shares.   Read More...

China Mobile Discusses IGRS on OPhones

Netease Tech, 4/02/10

Sun Yuning, deputy head of China's M2M Standards Working Group and chairman of China's Intelligent Grouping and Resource Sharing (IGRS) Working Group, revealed today that IGRS is discussing potential cooperation with China Mobile (NYSE: CHL; 0941.HK) to allow China Mobile's OMS mobile operating system to interact with televisions using IGRS standards.   Read More...

Rumor: Hurray Wins Digital Rights to Expo Anthem

CCID, 4/02/10

Chinese wireless value-added service provider Hurray (Nasdaq: HRAY) has reportedly won exclusive worldwide digital publishing rights to the official Shanghai 2010 World Expo song, "2010 Waiting for You."   Read More...

Nokia, China P&T Appliances Sign USD 1 Bln Contract

Sohu It, 4/02/10

Mobile phone retailer China P&T Appliances (PTAC) signed an agreement yesterday to purchase over USD 1 bln in handsets from Nokia, according to foreign media.   Read More...

 
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