Instagram name is still a hit, not least in China, where success is evidenced by the number of photos dipload to Sina Weibo.
Sina Weibo, or the many who call it a Twitter version of China, reportedly inundated by many as a hundred thousand images Instagram. This happened just a month after the lapse Instagram adds support to the microblogging service.
The report further states that users are enamored with Sina Weibo Instagram and register themselves, there are as many as 50,000, as reported by TheNextWeb, Tuesday (04/01/2012).
This figure is quite remarkable considering Kevin Systrom (founder Instagram) was not too excited at the Bamboo Curtain country.
Speaking in Beijing last November Disrupt, Systrom admitted he was interested to integrate with social media sites of China, but did not deign to set up offices there. He also said that he did not think too much about China.
But it seems it did not rule out the possibility of developing Instagram community there. And decision making applications up to keep it separate from the site seems to be the right decision. For as is known, China blocked the use of the giant networking site.
The emergence of fake Apple Store in China was much more than expected. No doubt, the Bamboo Curtain country continues to intensify the hunt for stores that mendompleng big name Apple.
As is known, the issue of fake Apple Store is already making tantrum after he was found five fake Apple store in the area of ??Kunming, China. Not unexpectedly, the existence of similar stores mushroomed more than expected the authorities.
This was after the discovery of 22 other fake Apple store in Kunming, which is the southern region of China. Whereas a few weeks earlier, authorities ordered its closure.
Now, the hunt for the fake stores increasingly lauched the authorities in China. At least, there are about 300 shops of electronics and IT devices that have been conducted investigations in Kunming. Not mentioned, how many more stores to target further surgery. Continue reading “Fake Apple Store Continues Pursued”
Alibaba announced plans to launch the operating system (OS) mobile. Largest e-commerce site in China wants to compete with Google and Apple in the smartphone software market share.
Not just make the OS, as reported by AFP and quoted on Tuesday (07/26/2011), Alibaba will also release its first smartphone. The launch of the OS and smartphone Alibaba scheduled to take place next week in Beijing.
A spokesman for Alibaba, said Florence Shih, the smartphone will be priced at 2000-3000 yuan (approximately USD 2.6 million – USD 3.9 million). In it implanted a number of cloud-based applications and software pre-installed maps and instant messaging. This smartphone will be manufactured by the Beijing Telecommunications Equipment Tianyu with a chip from Nvidia.