Another great interview from Pacific Epoch, this one from a company called Byread that’s developed a service for downloading and reading books for handsets, with content from over 200 Chinese publishing houses.
Long awaited 3G licensing should expand what is now available to mobile Internet users in China. In the meantime, a host of companies are developing services in anticipation.…
With over 400 million mobile phone users and over 100 million
Internet users, the development of China’s mobile Internet is something
to watch in the next few years. Pacific Epoch has two interviews with competing WAP portals 3gnet.cn (7.5 million users) and 3GPP’s Pp.cn (3 million registered users).
China Net Investor picks up on a recent press release from Nokia announcing that in Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and the mainland, high-end N70 and N90 handsets will come preinstalled with applications to access Baidu (China’s leading search engine) wireless search services.
Users will be able to search news, images, and a Baidu online community.