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Apple was unable to sell its iPhones in China until Chinese regulators approved the phone for a network access license in late 2012, which allowed Apple to release its iPhone 5 in the country. One year later, Apple currently sells its iPhone 5s and
Despite this significant growth, Apple continues to lose market share in . According to IDC's September report, Apple's smartphone market share was under 10% in the third quarter of 2013. Apple was placed at #6, down from #5 in the previous quarter.
US-based smartphone giant Apple Inc could sell as many as 17 million new iPhones to China Mobile Ltd's users in the first year after the two companies tie the knot, according to research firm Forrester Corp. Bryan Wang, vice-president of Forrester,
China United Network Communications Group Co Ltd and China Telecommunications Corp - were each granted a 4G license. In addition, the ministry said it is permitting China Mobile to offer fixed-line telecommunications services. Thus, all Chinese
China officially issued fourth-generation mobile network licenses on Wednesday to the country's three telecom operators. Three 4G licenses were handed out to China Mobile Communications Corp, China United Network Communications Group Co Ltd and China
Soon after he joined Barrick Gold Corp's board last year, John Thornton, the designated successor to founder and chairman Peter Munk, took a company team to visit Ford Motor Co and learn about the automaker's turnaround story. Ford, where Thornton
Users of the three mobile operators China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom can reply with the text message to housing companies and training course promotions, of which the numbers usually begin with 106, and will no longer receive messages
China's top economic planning body and price regulator, is a likely pre-emptive measure that will allow China's telecom providers to gain leverage in royalty negotiations ahead of the rollout of new high-speed mobile networks, analysts said. China
China's anti-trust investigation into Qualcomm, the world's biggest smartphone chip maker, is likely tied to the impending $16 billion (9 billion pounds) rollout of commercial fourth-generation services by China's big telecoms carriers. China's top
Qualcomm said the probe involved China's anti-monopoly law, but added that regulators told it the "substance of the investigation is confidential". The firm said that it was "not aware or any charge" by the regulators that it had broken the law.