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Apple CEO Cook, others meet with Chinese President Xi today

09/23, 3:22pm

Other tech and Chinese CEOs to attend meeting over economic, IP issues

Tech and major US companies will meet with their Chinese counterparts as part of a delegation joining Chinese President Xi Jinping as part of his first US visit, at a conference in Seattle. Among those who will meet with the Chinese leader are Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Disney chief (and Apple board member) Bob Iger, and Bershire Hathaway founder Warren Buffett. Chinese executives from many of China's largest tech firms, such as Alibab, Baidu, and Tencent, will also be present at the meeting.


Intel talks RealSense at CES press conference

01/07, 2:10pm

RealSense will use embedded 3D cameras to allow for NII interface

Intel's CES press conference on Tuesday focused on the interaction between man and machine, thanks to an embedded 3D camera the company has developed in conjunction with a number of hardware partners. The devices Intel will integrate the technology into include 2-in-1 tablets, ultrabooks, touch-enabled all-in-one PCs, and other mobile devices.


Tencent plans 10TB free cloud storage offer for US in early 2014

11/19, 1:58pm

Vast cloud storage plan offers more than existing free services

Chinese Internet company Tencent will be offering a version of its cloud storage service to international users in the future, according to a company vice president. The free storage, which is said to be around 10TB per user, will be made available in the US sometime next year, with the company also preparing to launch an English version of a photo sharing app in the US in the coming weeks.


Tencent and TCL team up on 26-inch Ice Screen with Android

08/24, 9:49am

26-inch Ice Screen runs on Android 4.0 and has access to online QQ Services

Tencent, China's largest Internet service portal, has teamed up with hardware maker TCL Multimedia to produce this 26-inch TV that has many tablet-like functions. Dubbed Ice Screen, it is powered by Android 4.0 and sports 1,366x768 resolution. The screen connects to Tencent's QQ Services and has its own power source for portable operation as well.


Razer to bring out smaller gaming devices than Switchblade

11/25, 4:55pm

Razer working on small gaming device, said CEO

Gaming peripherals and device maker Razer will release a small gaming system, the company's CEO, Min-Liang Tan, revealed to PCWorld. Currently, the only gaming system the company makes and plans to release next month is the 17.3-inch Blade, which is a gaming notebook. Tan simply referred to the products as small form factor systems and didn't provide any more details.


Forbes ranks Salesforce, Amazon over Apple in innovation

08/05, 3:50pm

Forbes puts Apple at 5th but behind Amazon

Forbes has updated its Most Innovative Companies chart to reveal what it considers the most innovative companies in the world. The ranks buck some expectations and give enterprise-focused Salesforce the top spot where frequent darling of the list, Apple, is at fifth. Amazon, Intuitive Surgical, and QQ creator Tencent all rank higher.


DCM creates iFund-like $100m A-Fund pool for Android

04/21, 2:55pm

DCM A-Fund giving 100m cash to Android services

Venture capitalists at DCM on Thursday unveiled an Android equivalent to the well-known iFund. A-Fund will give startups and other companies a total pool of $100 million to support apps, hardware, and services for Android. The funding will get help from Japanese carrier KDDI, local social network GREE, and Tencent, the founder of Chinese portal QQ.


Razer, Tencent team up to bring Switchblade to China

04/13, 10:45am

Switchblade Razer to come to Chinese ISP Tencent

The Razer Switchblade introduced at CES will see its first market release in China thanks to a newly announced partnership between the device's maker and Chinese ISP Tencent, Netbook News said. The portable gaming device has Windows 7 preloaded and will not only get access to QQ Speed, a chat program, but be optimized for games like Crossfire, League of Legends, and Dungeon & Fighter. The netbook-like device's keyboard can change function and appearance depending on the software loaded.



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