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China Unseats U.S. to Become World's Top Smart Device Market

China Unseats U.S. to Become World's Top Smart Device Market | Développement durable et efficacité énergétique | Scoop.it
China now has the world's most active Android and iOS smart devices, surpassing the U.S. for the top spot, according to a new report.

Via Christian Aymé
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"Flurry, a mobile-analytics firm, estimates that the East Asian country will have 246 million devices in its installed base by the end of February, compared to 230 million in the U.S. Just last month, China had only 221 million devices, while the U.S. had 222 million."

 
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Christian Aymé's curator insight, February 19, 2013 1:14 AM

Qui vend le plus d'iPhone et d'Android (1 million/jour) ?

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Les villes de Chine peuvent s’orienter vers une croissance plus sobre en carbone | SmartPlanet.fr

Les villes de Chine peuvent s’orienter vers une croissance plus sobre en carbone | SmartPlanet.fr | Développement durable et efficacité énergétique | Scoop.it
(vidéo) La Banque mondiale prône des mesures pour limiter les émissions chinoises de CO2, en améliorant l’efficacité énergétique, l’occupation des sols, les transports et la gestion de l’eau.
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China Looks to Future with Tianjin Eco-city...

China Looks to Future with Tianjin Eco-city... | Développement durable et efficacité énergétique | Scoop.it

With a cityscape that is all cranes and thrusting new towerblocks, Tianjin Eco-city could at first glance be any of the hundreds of urban areas in China expanding at a breathless pace.

But this joint Chinese-Singaporean project, which was started in 2008 and will be finished in 2020, aims to be something very different from the norm: a model for more sustainable development in a country urbanising at a pace unprecedented in history.

"With rapid urbanization, there will be new cities being built. When you're building new cities you start by going for principles of sustainability," says the project's chief executive, Ho Tong Yen, a Singaporean diplomat and government official...


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