Top 20 Providers
& Top 30 Enablers
China’s Broadband Growth Expected to Top U.S.
By next year high-speed Internet line growth in China could
surpass that in the U.S.; meanwhile, DSL growth continues to outpace cable. (Dec 23, 2005)
Microsoft and Google Settle
Hiring spat over China expert comes to secret but not unexpected conclusion.
(Dec 22, 2005)
China Overtakes U.S. as Global IT Export Leader
Increased trade between Beijing and its Asian neighbors slashes U.S. imports
(Dec 12, 2005)
BEA Goes Blending, Bundling in Beijing
The company has three new products in the pipeline for 2006, all geared toward putting a fresh face on SOA.
(Dec 7, 2005)
Microsoft to Appeal Another Antitrust Ruling
UPDATED: This time, South Korea has fined Redmond nearly $32 million. (Dec 7, 2005)
ICANN’s Small Step Toward .Asia
ICANN’s board of directors is saving the final word on .xxx and its proposed .com agreement for another day. (Dec 6, 2005)
Juniper’s Big IPv6 in China
The networker will provide routing platform for the world’s largest IPv6
(Dec 2, 2005)
House Votes For U.S.-Governed Internet
Lawmakers unanimously approve resolution to keep Internet control in U.S.
(Nov 17, 2005)
Trade Rep Raps China on Piracy
Trade ambassador urges Beijing to ‘roll up’ illegal distribution networks. (Nov 14, 2005)
Google, Microsoft Case Over Lee Stalls in Calif.
Microsoft is granted a stay in Google’s countersuit over the hiring of Microsoft’s former China executive. (Oct 28, 2005)
Microsoft May Lose South Korean Market
Redmond could possibly abandon South Korea depending on KFTC ruling. (Oct 28, 2005)
China Tightens Online News Strings
UPDATED: The country places additional stipulations on the information posted to online news sites. (Sep 26, 2005)
Skype May See Restrictions in China
The VoIP provider appears to be getting squeezed out of the Chinese market.
(Sep 9, 2005)
Baidu ‘Better’ in Battle for China?
Professionals love U.S.-based Google but the ‘generation of cool’ opt for their local search engine, according to the Chinese government’s research.
(Sep 1, 2005)
U.S. Lifts Ukraine’s IP Sanctions
Once Europe’s largest intellectual property pirate, country passes stronger
intellectual property laws.
(Aug 31, 2005)
China Sites Said Behind U.S. Network Attacks
Report says the latest spate of attacks on U.S. government networks raises new
concerns. But one analyst wonders about the alarm.
(Aug 25, 2005)
The Rapid Rise, Release of Asianux 2.0
Joint development of Asian Linux rolls out in China and Korea. Japan is
next. Are competitors taking notes?
(Aug 25, 2005)
Pitching Virtual Woo to ISVs
Rather than getting ISVs in Russia, Brazil, China and India to visit its development centers, IBM launches a virtual program that brings the center to them. (Aug 22, 2005)
Lenovo’s Design Ambitions
Can computer maker Lenovo’s next design win come from IBM’s trash can? (Aug 19, 2005)
‘Old Standbys’ Losing Ground to India
A new report says U.S. and European IT and outsourcing companies will likely lose their market leadership position. (Aug 12, 2005)