Reading List: Line Friends, Smart Refrigerators, and Uber China

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 03 June 2016

Each Friday, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you a selection of tech news links that we think may be of interest to you.

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Reading List: Samsung and Alibaba, Xiaomi Takes Off, and Mine(crafte)rs in China

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 20 May 2016

Each Friday, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you a selection of tech news links that we think may be of interest to you.

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Translated Article: Tim Cook Visits China, Bails Out Apple

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 17 May 2016

Every week, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you one translated article that was originally published in Chinese. This week, we bring you an insightful look into the Chinese mobile phone market. The original article was published here on May 17th, 2016.

Yesterday, Apple CEO Tim Cook joined Didi Chuxing’s CEO Liu Qing in Beijing for an Apple Developer conference (Editor's note: Didi Chuxing is China's equivalent of Uber). This is Cook’s eighth visit to China. The backdrop to this visit is filled with anxieties due to Apple’s inauspicious 2015 earnings. Revenue and profits are both down for the company, and Apple recently encountered political roadblocks in its ebooks and movies business in China.

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Reading List: Korean Iron Man, Data Breaches, and Apple Dives Into Didi

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 13 May 2016

Each Friday, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you a selection of tech news links that we think may be of interest to you.

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Top Four Things That Will Get Your Website Banned in China

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 12 May 2016

Are you thinking of building a website in China? You may have heard of many frightening things about the Great Firewall, and maybe you're feeling concerned and nervous. What if your content gets banned the minute it goes up? How do you know what to post and what to avoid? The road to establishing an online presence in China can be intimidating, but with the right navigation you will get through just fine. The last thing you want is to let the potential barriers intimidate you. Here are a few major pointers to avoid when making a website in China.

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Reading List: Battle of the Blocks, Cyborg Days, and Cellphones Galore

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 06 May 2016

Each Friday, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you a selection of tech news links that we think may be of interest to you.

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Translated Article: India's Love for Chinese Mobile Phones

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 02 May 2016

 

Every week, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you one translated article that was originally published in Chinese. This week, we bring you an insightful look into the Chinese mobile phone market. The original article was published here on May 2nd, 2016.

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Reading List: Space in Your Face, the Future of VR, and Don't Snapchat and Drive

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 29 April 2016

Each Friday, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you a selection of tech news links that we think may be of interest to you.

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Chinese Tech Stocks in the US Market

Posted by Olivia Zhang on 27 April 2016

Every week, the ChinaCache blog will bring to you one translated article that was originally published in Chinese. This week, we bring you an insightful look into the Chinese mobile phone market. The original article was published here on April 25th, 2016.

At the opening of the market on Monday US time, there appeared to be a number of underperforming Chinese stocks.

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Top 5 Things to Avoid when Getting Your Company Online in China

Posted by Henri Carlson on 26 April 2016

There is no better time to maximize your online presence in the China market. The economy is ripe for foreign goods and services, and web and mobile media consumption is at an all-time high. That said, the complexities of the internet ecosystem cannot be understated and must be addressed with a high level of diligence.

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