• China overtakes Japan for No. 2 in iOS app revenue

    China overtakes Japan for No. 2 in iOS app revenue

    If this keeps up, China will soon dominate the mobile market.Games drew that growth, including Chinese hits like Fantasy Westward Journey, Hero MOBA, and The Legend of Mir 2.
  • Video games will become a $99.6B industry this year as mobile overtakes consoles and PCs

    Video games will become a $99.6B industry this year as mobile overtakes consoles and PCs

    It also expects 2016 to be the first year that mobile overtakes PC and console, with Newzoo expecting that market to make $36.Mobile in that country will be up 41 percent from 2015 to reach $10 billion.
  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Face Ban In Beijing

    iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Face Ban In Beijing

    This session will give you advice on how to best ensure that your initial steps into analytics wil Intellectual property regulators in Beijing have ordered Apple to stop selling its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in China's major city, claiming they violate patents held by a Chinese smartphone maker.The Beijing Intellectual Property Office ruled that Apple's current slate of iPhone smartphones violates the patents held by China smartphone maker Shenzhen Baili for its 100C phone, according to a Bloomberg report.
  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Face Ban In Beijing

    iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Face Ban In Beijing

    In this informative webcast, top experts on online crime will offer you details and insights on th Intellectual property regulators in Beijing have ordered Apple to stop selling its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in China's major city, claiming they violate patents held by a Chinese smartphone maker.The Beijing Intellectual Property Office ruled that Apple's current slate of iPhone smartphones violates the patents held by China smartphone maker Shenzhen Baili for its 100C phone, according to a Bloomberg report.
  • Facebook Created a Censorship Tool for China

    Facebook Created a Censorship Tool for China

    Three current and former Facebook employees have confirmed to The New York Times that a software tool exists allowing the social network to be censored.Instead, Facebook would allow a third-party to use it in order to monitor and censor the posts of users on a per region basis.