Huawei Emerges As The Most Preferred Chinese Mobile Brand

the tech giant has emerged as the winner of the China mobile phone industry most recommended brand in 2018. The award is based on the China Net Promoter Score (C-NPS) brand ranking and analysis and is collated by a leading brand rating agency in China ... ( read original story ...)

China Unicom Hong Kong : Operational Statistics for December 2017

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Quick Take: Mobile-Payment Fraud Rises in China, Report Finds

Mobile payments in China have increasingly made cash obsolete, but the convenience of the new technology has raised growing security concerns. A China UnionPay survey of 105,000 people found that 60% had been exposed to some kind of mobile-payment security ... ( read original story ...)

Tech Tent: China’s AI ambitions

We have seen China make rapid progress in facial recognition, technology which has caused all sorts of controversy in other countries where privacy is a greater concern. Dr Lee says privacy is always a trade-off with users willing to sacrifice it if they ... ( read original story ...)

China Mobile 4G subscriber base in 2017

China Mobile has revealed the company’s subscriber base on 4G network, wireline network and mobile network for the year 2017. China Mobile said its 4G subscriber base reached 649.50 million in December 2017 from 633.89 million in November 2017. ( read original story ...)

More Chinese airlines allow inflight mobile phone use, wifi

China Eastern Airlines and other domestic airlines have begun to allow mobile phone use on their aircraft or announced plans to lift a ban. On Thursday, China Eastern Airlines and Hainan Airlines began to allow passengers to use portable electronic devices ... ( read original story ...)

Local groups Tencent and Netease dominate gaming market in China

Nine of the 10 most popular mobile phone games in China last year were developed by local companies, according to App Annie, a consultancy that ranks titles by number of monthly active players. It was the first year mobile gaming accounted for more than ... ( read original story ...)