I just returned from a trip to Shanghai, and here's my No. 1 insight: China scales. Let's take QQ.com as an example, the leading Chinese online social network.
Xinhua and a Zhejiang Province news website report on the spread of "Red Heart China" on IM and e-mail platforms as a pro-Olympic and nationalistic symbol.
The company will reportedly offer a device with a screen size larger than 4.5 inches and another over 5 inches.
Messaging apps were the hottest, jumping by more than 200 percent in usage, according to analytics firm Flurry.
Google's former head of Android product management now is in charge of bringing Android smartphone upstart Xiaomi to new markets. First stop: southeast Asia.
The rumor mill on Apple's newest smartphone and purported iWatch is starting to heat up with hints at possible manufacturing partners and release dates.
We've yet to see a rumor about a Firefox OS tablet, but that's fine. Here's one about a Firefox OS 'smartwatch' to sate your watch-ful appetite.
We're tracking all of the rumors on specs, size, release date, and more for Apple's next iPhone.
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The latest Apple fake in China has nothing to do with storefronts or faux hardware. Consumers are paying to have "Sent from my iPhone" tagged onto instant messages.
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