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  1. 3DTV growing overseas but declining in North America

    HDTV: High Definition Television (LCD & Plasma)
    Interest in stereoscopic 3DTV appears is rising in Europe and China while it appears to be waning in North America according to a recent report from DisplaySearch. “We were surprised to find that 3D appears to be a far more popular feature in China than North America, and the penetration rate...
  2. Interest in 3DTV rises in in Europe and China, falls in North America

    Industry News
    Interest in stereoscopic 3DTV appears is rising in Europe and China while it appears to be waning in North America according to a recent report from DisplaySearch. “We were surprised to find that 3D appears to be a far more popular feature in China than North America, and the penetration rate...
  3. Google says China disrupting e-mail service

    On the Web
    Google has blamed the Chinese government for problems accessing its e-mail service in the country. Internet users have complained that the authorities have stepped up disruption of its Gmail service in recent weeks. Google said it had found no technical issues, and blamed "a government...
  4. China expected to have 30 million HD subscribers by end of 2012

    Industry News
    Cogo Group, an embedded solutions and software provider for the technology and industrial sectors in China, said today there are now over two million HD subscribers in China. The company says a combination of strong consumer demand and aggressive roll-out schedules are helping to fuel this...
  5. Google moving search out of China

    Industry News
    On its official blog, Google announced today that that it will stop censoring search services on google.cn, its Chinese search site. Chinese users now visiting Google.cn are now being redirected to Google.com.hk, where the company will serve up uncensored search results in simplified Chinese...
  6. China jammed radio stations during Olympics

    AM/ FM, Internet Radio and Music Industry
    Chinese authorities are continuing to jam Chinese, Tibetan and Uyghur-language broadcast of several international radio stations although they promised to respect press freedom and the free flow of information during the Olympic Games.
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