Mar 11, 2011
Yu Yingtao, general manager of China Unicom's (NYSE: CHU; 0762.HK; 600050.SH) sales division, said recently that China Unicom would launch BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS), aimed at individual users, and BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) service, aimed at corporate users, before May 17, 2011.
In a recent Ku6 (Nasdaq: KUTV) internal meeting, CEO Kevin Li (Li Shanyou) had a disagreement with Chen Tianqiao, chairman of parent company Shanda Interactive (Nasdaq: SNDA), as to whether Ku6 will focus on licensed long-form content such as films or become a video news portal, according to an industry insider.
Wang Bangjiang, GM of Chinese e-reader and handwriting input peripherals manufacturer Hanvon (002362.SZ), recently revealed that as a consequence of the drop in the price of Apple's iPad following the release of iPad 2, Hanvon would have to lower the price of its upcoming tablet, the HPad.
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