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Faulty iPhones could cost Foxconn millions

[UPDATE] Foxconn may have to pay a labor cost of 200 yuan (US$32) a piece, which adds up to about 1.6 billion yuan (US$256.8 million) for 8 million faulty units. A company spokesperson denies the report though.

April 21, 2013 by Liu Jiayi


Yahoo China to cease e-mail service

Alibaba Group says Yahoo China's e-mail service will shut down on August 19, and advises users to start migrating their data to its alternative e-mail service called Aliyun.

April 19, 2013 by Cyrus Lee

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WeChat sued for patent infringement

Beijing-based Trunkbow International Holdings has alleged that popular mobile messaging app, WeChat, infringed a patented technology which has been licensed exclusively to the Chinese company.

April 11, 2013 by Cyrus Lee


Tencent sees booming games growth

Domestic growth and overseas transactions have helped Tencent beat Electronic Arts and Activision Blizzard in terms of revenue for the first three quarters in 2012.

April 5, 2013 by Liu Jiayi

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