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<p> <a href="http://www.zdnet.com.cn/"><b>ZDNet China</b></a> is run by Ken Gao, Editor-in-Chief of ZDNet China and his editing group, whose members have an average of 10-year-plus working experience in this field.It aims both at providing a China's perspective for the International IT events and offering an international perspective to Chinese IT companies.</p> <p> Found in 1997, ZDNet China is one of the earliest IT websites in China. Currently, ZDNET China covers a range of topics, including technique and application of cloud computing, innovative internet business modes, management and strategies of multi-national companies, and neotechnology such as low-carbon and new energy.

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In China, iPad fever is cooling

In China, iPad fever is cooling

It is almost a month since Apple released its new iPads, and as usual, the kit is not yet officially launched in China. But buoyant overseas purchases enabled Chinese people to have any products as fast as consumers in other countries, at a higher cost. The black-market price, on the other hand, measures the popularity of these products. The new iPad this time, received very lukewarm responses in China.

published April 10, 2012 by

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Huawei seeks unique role in China's mobile phone industry

Huawei seeks unique role in China's mobile phone industry

Chinese mobile giant Huawei became the largest Chinese smartphone provider by selling 20 million smartphones globally in 2011. But it has a more aggressive ambition--to climb to the list of world's top three smartphone providers, making its mobile phone product line as successful as its base line.

published March 15, 2012 by

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Chinese online suppliers eye spending restraints

Chinese online suppliers eye spending restraints

China's E-commerce is due to encounter an unprecedented challenge in 2012. A non-profitable status and an ever-increasing operation cost have forced online retailers to think twice before any risk investment is made. Those competitors, whose long-time weapons have been price battles against each other, have now started to think more about how to make money.

published February 12, 2012 by

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