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If phones were designed to please their owners
BoingBoing posted a short movie by The MIT Media Lab's Knotty Objects group and noted hardware hacker Bunny Huang ask the question, "What if phones were designed to please their owners, rather than corporations?" In Southern China, where the majority of the world's mobile phones are made, (...)
[OSNews]

Where the US and China compete
As US President Barack Obama prepares to visit Kenya, the BBC's Andrew Harding looks at how influential America is still when compared to China.
[BBC News Americas]

GM profits accelerate on US demand
Profit at US car giant General Motors more than trebled in the second quarter to £1.1bn, driven by North American truck sales and continued strength in China.
[BBC News Americas]

Japan's humanoids scoop 1-0 win
A team from Japan wins the child-sized humanoid football final at the RoboCup World Championships in China.
[BBC News]

Uniqlo sex video: film shot in Beijing store goes viral and angers government
Police investigate and China’s internet watchdog condemns ‘unsocialist’ behaviour after millions watch x-rated film online A viral sex video that set the Chinese internet alight this week struck a severe blow to the country’s “core socialist values”, Beijing’s online watchdog has said. The one-minute (...)
[The Guardian]

Google Maps alters disputed reef name
Google updates its map of a disputed shoal in the South China Sea, removing the Chinese name for the reef after complaints from many Filipinos.
[BBC]

Has China silenced its bloggers?
Has China silenced its bloggers?
[BBC]

Lawsuit over Samsung phone software
Samsung is being taken to court in China over "unwanted" apps and other software it loads on its handsets.
[BBC News]

China passes new national security law extending control over internet
Officials say increasingly severe national security situation necessitates the law, which has wide-ranging powers but few exact details China has passed a wide-ranging national security law expanding its legal reach over the internet and even outer space as concerns grow about ever-tighter (...)
[The Guardian]

Inside China's iPhone jailbreaking industrial complex
In late March a handful of the western world's best-known iPhone hackers were flown business class to Beijing. They were put up in the five-star Park Hyatt and given a tour of the sites; the Great Wall, the Forbidden City. "They kept referring to us as 'great gods'. I'm guessing it just (...)
[OSNews]

The Brazilian who wants China to go west
Hugo Barra leads the Chinese smartphone maker to Brazil and beyond
[BBC]

The Brazilian who wants China to go west
Hugo Barra leads the Chinese smartphone maker to Brazil and beyond
[BBC News]

China 'top suspect' in US cyber hack
The head of US intelligence says that China is the "leading suspect" in a huge data breach of US government personnel files.
[BBC]

China 'top suspect' in US cyber hack
The head of US intelligence says that China is the "leading suspect" in a huge data breach of US government personnel files.
[BBC News]

Monitoring Chinese industry 4.0 technology and patents
Researchers have analyzed patents registered in China over the last three years for industry 4.0 technologies. The first study to be published on the topic shows that Chinese researchers have patented important inventions in the fields of wireless sensor networks, embedded systems, low-cost (...)
[Science daily]

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