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How are Chinese businesses and consumers implementing Web 2.0, 3.0 & 4.0?
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What will China do with a billion people when robots take over ...

What will China do with a billion people when robots take over ... | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
“Many of those were lost due to globalization - the outsourcing of production to developing nations with cheaper labor forces. But a lot of those jobs ... China's minimum wage.”
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Enterra Insights: Globalization and the Supply Chain

Enterra Insights: Globalization and the Supply Chain | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
“Although globalization isn't quite the hot topic it used to be, the subject is still a vital one. Historically, discussions about globalization involved the movement of three things: capital, people, and resources.”
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Tech-enabled "regionalization"
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A Few Must Have Ingredients for Developing a Global Content Strategy

A Few Must Have Ingredients for Developing a Global Content Strategy | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
“We posted a little primer on #Globalization just before our show tomorrow! Have a read, share your thoughts http://t.co/Btd2rJqq5O”;
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Raises some good issues.
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China Technology News: Amazon launches Kindle store in China ...

China Technology News: Amazon launches Kindle store in China ... | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
Source: Reuters (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has launched a Kindle store for China, the company said on Thursday, selling Chinese electronic books for the mobile Kindle application, in a move that could soon see the device ...
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China Technology News: Walmart's Chinese E-commerce Initiative ...

Source: China Tech News Yihaodian.com, a Chinese B2C e-commerce website and a subsidiary of Wal-Mart, announced that since the launch of its open supply chain platform named "Service by Yihaodian" in June 2012, ...
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China tightens 'Great Firewall' internet control with new technology | Peking Press

Specialist news provider covering the latest news from Peking and the neighbouring regions. This online newspaper also displays international and national headlines.
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Mongolia In Globalization’s Chokehold

Mongolia In Globalization’s Chokehold | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
Mongolia exemplifies how rapid globalization reduces checks and balances. It's a merger of managerial socialism without the socialism and democratic capitalism without the democracy: managerial capitalism
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Chinese, Russian, Arabic language web addresses on the way - Channel NewsAsia

Chinese, Russian, Arabic language web addresses on the way - Channel NewsAsia | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
“The first-ever non-Latin language website address domains are on their way.”
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Microsoft Research shows a promising new breakthrough in speech translation technology - Next at Microsoft - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

Microsoft Research shows a promising new breakthrough in speech translation technology - Next at Microsoft - Site Home - TechNet Blogs | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
“Change English speech to Chinese in real-time! Come help us break down barriers. http://t.co/tiywSXqgbC #Univ2MSFT http://t.co/IqyL33irBW”;
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How Hong Kong companies can benefit from linking physical and virtual worlds

How Hong Kong companies can benefit from linking physical and virtual worlds | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it

Hong Kong is a 7 million inhabitants’ city where everything is accessible within 2 hours transportation and where the internet is omnipresent. Hong Kong makes the physical and the virtual worlds accessible to all.

Yet, the link between physical and virtual remains tenuous and many companies would benefit from a more solid bridge.

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The physical-virtual gap keeps closing. 

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China Technology News: Google China closes shopping search ...

China Technology News: Google China closes shopping search ... | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
Source: Want China Times Google China closed its shopping search engine on Wednesday after failing to compete effectively with its Chinese counterpart Etao. It is the second product the internet giant has removed from the ...
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China Technology News: Mobile app rules may be tightened

China Technology News: Mobile app rules may be tightened | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
Source: china daily via china.org.cn. China's Internet watchdog said on Thursday it is considering plans to tighten regulations of the online application market, triggering fears the step may hinder the development of the sector.
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CHART OF THE DAY: Android Completely Owns The Chinese Smartphone Market

CHART OF THE DAY: Android Completely Owns The Chinese Smartphone Market | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
iPhones are way too expensive. (#technology CHART OF THE DAY: Android Completely Owns The Chinese Smartphone Market (GOOG, AAPL): This...
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China investigating Amazon's e-book business | ZDNet

China investigating Amazon's e-book business | ZDNet | China Technology Trends | Scoop.it
The General Administration of Press and Publication of China is looking into whether the U.S. company flouted local laws by piggybacking on the sales license of its Chinese partner, Chineseall.com.
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