Chinese medicine online
chinese healthcare massage techniques
Chinese movie and TV series
learn Chinese with multimedia


Huawei launches a smartphone and laptop 2-in-1 at Barcelona Congress

A Huawei MateBook is displayed at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, Spain on Feb 21, 2016. (Xinhua) 2016-02-22: Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei launched a 2-in-1 product that combines the mobility of a smartphone and productivity of a laptop at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona on Sunday, marking the firm's latest step to expand its consumer business.


Hottest phones you've never heard of _ same bang, less buck By YOUKYUNG LEE (Associated Press, Feb. 23, 2016): Along with other Chinese phone makers such as Huawei and Xiaomi, Chinese brands have surpassed Samsung in China and are encroaching on Apple's turf. In the coming years, analysts forecast that these cheap Android phones with not-so-cheap features will likely attract more budget-conscious customers in Europe and even in Samsung's and Apple's home markets, South Korea and the United States.
Chinese phone makers made their global ambitions known at this week's Mobile World Congress wireless show in Barcelona, Spain. Huawei and TCL vied to steal the spotlight from Samsung and LG, both of which announced new high-end phones at the show. Xiaomi, which typically launches phones in China, will preview the Mi 5 phone in Barcelona on Wednesday.
"The Chinese smartphone vendors have a very unique feature — it is the price," said Shu On Kwok, editor of AndroidPIT, a website that tracks Android developments. "You get the same features as an LG or a Samsung smartphone has hardware-wise, but for a lower price."

Reality Check: China does innovate

Joe Biden described China this week as a nation incapable of producing innovative products and ideas.
"I challenge you: Name me one innovative project, one innovative change, one innovative product that has come out of China," the vice president dared cadets at Wednesday's Air Force Academy graduation.
In fact, innovation is a key driver of China's economy. It has been for years, and the government is putting money behind it.
Chinese companies are increasing research and development spending by up to 20% a year. Meanwhile, R&D spending in the United States is growing at about 1% to 4%.
"Biden is playing to an outdated idea of China," said Shaun Rein, author of the forthcoming book "The End of Copycat China." "He is underestimating the rise of innovation in China."
Other experts agree. When McKinsey analysts examined China's economic trajectory in 2011, the country's innovation credentials "seemed like yesterday's question."

Subscribe to RSS - huawei

energy drink

Chinese culture books and videos rebate

anti aging agents

Chinese medicine textbooks and references
man health products on sale

hair care beauty

Chinese Kungfu Tutorials
pure moxa roll on sale