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China said to get first LTE network this year

China said to get first LTE network this year

According to a Chinese report, China Mobile (the country's largest wireless carrier), will be its 4G LTE network this year. The network could launch as soon as August, as long as China Mobile can get approval by next month. This will be China's first-ever LTE network to launch in the country -- quite a delay from the roughly two years that it's been available in the US.

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Oldest dinosaur embryos ever discovered in China

Oldest dinosaur embryos ever discovered in China

China has proven home to the world's oldest found fossilized dinosaur embryos, with palaeontologists having uncovered several of them representing different stages of development. Such a discovery has provided scientists with a chance to look at the development of these prehistoric creatures in detail. The discovery is said to be from the Early Jurassic period, which is between 197 million and 190 million years ago.

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Chinese HTC One gets extra features not found elsewhere

Chinese HTC One gets extra features not found elsewhere

The HTC One smartphone has very nice features and there are a lot of people out there looking forward to getting their hands on the device. One of the things that some users have lamented about the new smartphone is the fact that it lacks a microSD card slot for storage expansion. As it turns out HTC is offering a version of its One smartphone in China with a few extra features that will make some users jealous.

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Apple apologizes for warranty issues in China, will look to improve customer satisfaction

Apple apologizes for warranty issues in China, will look to improve customer satisfaction

Apple hasn't been all that popular in China as of late. The Cupertino-based company is under fire in the country for what customers are reporting to be unfair warranty and repair policies on Apple's products. However, in what is his second public apology, company CEO Tim Cook apologized for the recent burdens, and announced plans to improve warranty and repair policies in China.

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Provision restricts US government Chinese purchases due to espionage worries

Provision restricts US government Chinese purchases due to espionage worries

Late last year, there was quite a bit of hoopla over whether the Chinese government was using devices from Chinese manufacturers such as ZTE and Huawei to spy on other nations. The manufacturers denied the claims, but it set off a firestorm of debate, and Canada moved to ban the devices. Now the US has slipped a review process into law to help safeguard against such attacks.

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