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Since Apple Inc launched the iPad in January 2010, tablet computers have become a new means for computers makers to stimulate consumer demand during the global economic slowdown. Companies like Samsung, Nokia, LG Electronics Inc, Dell Inc, Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard Co, Huawei and ZTE have all rolled out their own offerings since the iPad's launch. According to domestic IT research firm Analysys International, in the first half of 2012 Chinese companies' market share of the tablet PC market was increasing. Even though Apple still dominates the market with a 69.07 percent share, Lenovo held the second slot with about 10 percent compared with close to nothing a year ago. Beijing ErenEben Information Technology Co occupied the third slot.
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  • By Zhang Yuchen(China Daily)2017-03-30 07:36

    China's cellphone shipments increased to 560 millions last year, up 8 percent year-on-year, according to data from the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology. The data from the academy, affiliated to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, also show Chinese consumers...

  • (chinadaily.com.cn)2017-03-18 12:22

    Apple CEO Tim Cook (right) talks to Professor Qian Yingyi, dean of School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University at the 18th China Development Forum (CDF) in Beijing on March 18, 2017. [Photo/VCG]Latest visit: March 18, 2017Apple CEO Tim Cook attended the 18th China Development Forum in ...

  • By Randy Wright(China Daily)2017-03-01 07:43

    We journalists live in a new age of storytelling, with many new multimedia tools. Many people under 30 don't even realize it's new. For them, it's just normal. This hit home for me as I was sitting with my 2-year-old grandson on a sofa in the United States over the Spring Festival holiday. I had bro...

  • By Deng Zhangyu(China Daily)2017-02-15 07:46

    An ongoing exhibition shows works by creative giants' children. Deng Zhangyu reports. Like father, like son. Indeed, sculptor Yin Gang's legacy has shaped his boy, who's following in his dad's footsteps. Yin Yiyang's recently completed 3-D-printed sculpture, Nike, is on display in a group show in Be...

  • By Andrew Moody(China Daily)2017-02-10 08:04

    Books are rubbish! Not my view but that of the multimillionaire Austrian-born entrepreneur and scientist Hermann Hauser, a pioneer of the e-reader, who actually used a more vulgar description of German origin. When he made the remark in an interview I did with him in Cambridge, England, more than a ...

  • By Agence France-presse In London(China Daily)2017-02-08 07:30

    David Hockney is marking his 80th birthday this year with a major retrospective of his work in London, which attempts to explore what turns an artist into a popular star. More than 200 of the celebrated British painter's works are on show at the Tate Britain gallery from Thursday until May 29, cover...

  • (China Daily)2017-02-08 07:25

    Music Disney classic This is a new-generation song for the Disney classic, Beauty and the Beast. Two US vocalists, John Legend and Ariana Grande, recently brought the pop version of the beloved animated original to the public but kept it faithful to the 1991 award-winning duet. The song will be a pa...

  • (China Daily)2017-01-19 07:42

    Beijing No unauthorized use of celebrities' names The names of public figures, including personalities from the worlds of politics, economics and culture and religious leaders, cannot be registered as trademarks without authorization, according to a new policy announced by the Supreme People's Court...

  • By Cheng Yingqi(China Daily)2017-01-19 07:31

    There was a time in the 1980s and '90s when just being able to type and speak English would give a fresh graduate an edge in China's job market. Now, with computers integral to almost every industry, more schools, including some kindergartens, are determined to give students a grounding in a vital ...

  • (chinadaily.com.cn)2017-01-15 08:56

    Editor's note: China is mulling over a midnight gaming ban to combat internet addiction among teenagers. If the ban is passed, those below the age of 18 will not be able to play online games between 12 am and 8 am. Will the ban be effective in helping deter young people from a gaming addiction? Foru...

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