Posts Tagged ‘Wi-Fi’

China’s VERC Reports New Android Mobile Virus

China’s National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center recently found a new Android mobile phone virus named Android/SmsSpy.ccr. According to VERC, this new virus is an SMS interception trojan. The source code of this virus is very common on the Internet and the SMS interception code can be easily written with the source code, which leads […]

Hon Hai Sells Wearable Computing Patents To Google

Taiwan’s Hon Hai Precision Industry announced that the company has reached an agreement with Google to sell some of its wearable computing-related patents to the American search engine. These patents include a head-mounted display technology, which is used to superimpose computer-generated images on a real-world view. Hon Hai said in a statement that this kind […]

Kingsoft Network, WiWide To Provide Mobile Cloud Secure Internet Services

Chinese Internet security provider Kingsoft Network and Wi-Fi service provider WiWide have announced that the two companies have formed a strategic partnership to provide cloud security Internet services to 6,000 business users across China. The cooperation will make Kingsoft the first anti-virus company that offers its security services in business venues, and the project is […]

China’s ZTE Sued For Patent Infringement In U.S.

U.S. broadband service provider Novatel Wireless has sued its competitors Franklin Wireless and ZTE for infringing five patents related to its MiFi mobile hotspot equipment. According to local media reports, Novatel Wireless’ MiFi Intelligent Mobile Hotspot equipment can access to the Internet via the cellular data network. The MiFi line creates a personal cloud of […]

Beijing Plans Wireless Network

According to Liu Chuncheng, executive deputy director general of the Central Business District Management Committee of Beijing, the CBD area’s application for overall wireless network coverage in public areas has gained support from Beijing’s Development and Reform Commission.

Chinese Rail Passengers Will Surf Wirelessly

China’s high speed railway from Shijiazhuang to Taiyuan will include a wireless network for all passengers to use, thanks to coverage and capacity solutions from Andrew, a division of CommScope.

China Telecom Wuhan Branch Will Set Up 1,200 Wi-Fi Hotspots

The China Telecom Wuhan branch has started to promote the second phase of the deployment of hotspots for its wireless local area networks and plans to have 1,200 operational by the end of 2008.

Hong Kong Launches Wi-Fi On Public Buses

Hong Kong’s Citybus and New World First Bus jointly announced on November 17, 2008 that the first bus with free Wi-Fi services has been put into operation and ten buses of 11 routes will be installed with Wi-Fi equipment within two weeks.

Wi-Fi Alliance Opens Second Chinese Certification Test Lab In Shanghai

The Wi-Fi Alliance announced at an industry seminar held in Shanghai that the Shanghai-based TA Technology has become its newest Authorized Test Laboratory, marking the birth of the alliance’s thirteenth Wi-Fi test lab around the world.

Chairman Of China Mobile: Apple iPhone Not The Only Choice

Appended to the rumors that China Mobile (CHL) may start selling Apple’s iPhone handset in China, Wang Jianzhou, chairman and CEO of China Mobile, now says that as a fashionable product, iPhone is not the only choice for Chinese consumers.