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The annual Global Conference dedicated to the development of mobile Internet technologies has started at the China State Convention Center in Beijing. A new record was recorded for the number of registered participants. 15 thousand people are going to attend the two-day event, according to a number of Chinese media.

  Here the sentence is read to the gadgets, but the participants of the conference seem in no hurry to part with them. After all, for them the virtual world has long ceased to be alien.

Wu Hequan, Chairman of the Board of the Internet Association of China:
"The decline of Nokia and Motorola is associated with the advent of the Internet era. And although for some it is disastrous, in general, very wide opportunities are opening up."

According to the Chinese Internet Information Center, at the end of 2013 in China there were 618 millions of Internet users in China. More than half a billion of them, and this is more than 80 percent, come out of the network from mobile devices. Instant messaging programs are popular. 86-percent of Chinese Internet users installed the application Chat.

70 percentages are watched using tablet computers and phones video online. And 42 percent use the phone to make bank payments.

This excitement in the market is leading to increased competition between China's largest Internet giants. Earlier, the developer of the mobile browser UC Browser announced the creation of a joint venture with the largest Chinese Internet player in the online commerce market, Alibaba. The company will be called "Shenma", which means "What?" In Chinese. She will deal exclusively with mobile Internet. Experts see this as a direct threat to the largest Chinese search engine Baidu.
Yu Yongfu, General Manager of UCWEB:
"We will focus on mobile messaging, search and web browsing on mobile devices, while Baidu is more suited to personal computer users. We now have XNUMX million users. But we hope to double that number by the end of the year."
News is also available from mobile operators. China Mobile, the world's largest company operating in this field, unveiled a plan for cooperation with China Unicom and China Telecom in the field of mobile games. Experts believe that this will lead to an even larger market increase. In any case, he has to grow wherever - more than half a billion Chinese are still not covered by the worldwide network.



The Chinese State Conference Center in Beijing launched the annual Global Conference, which is dedicated to the development of mobile Internet technologies. A new record was registered for the number of registered participants. Two-day event is going to visit 15 thousand people - reports CCTV.


Here the sentence is read to the gadgets, but the participants of the conference seem in no hurry to part with them. After all, for them the virtual world has long ceased to be alien.

Wu Hequan, Chairman of the Board of the Internet Association of China:
"The decline of Nokia and Motorola is associated with the advent of the Internet era. And although for some it is disastrous, in general, very wide opportunities are opening up."

According to the Chinese Internet Information Center, at the end of 2013 in China there were 618 millions of Internet users in China. More than half a billion of them, and this is more than 80 percent, come out of the network from mobile devices. Instant messaging programs are popular. 86-percent of Chinese Internet users installed the application Chat.

70 percentages are watched using tablet computers and phones video online. And 42 percent use the phone to make bank payments.

This excitement in the market is leading to increased competition between China's largest Internet giants. Earlier, the developer of the mobile browser UC Browser announced the creation of a joint venture with the largest Chinese Internet player in the online commerce market, Alibaba. The company will be called "Shenma", which means "What?" In Chinese. She will deal exclusively with mobile Internet. Experts see this as a direct threat to the largest Chinese search engine Baidu.
Yu Yongfu, General Manager of UCWEB:
"We will focus on mobile messaging, search and web browsing on mobile devices, while Baidu is more suited to personal computer users. We now have XNUMX million users. But we hope to double that number by the end of the year."
News is also available from mobile operators. China Mobile, the world's largest company operating in this field, unveiled a plan for cooperation with China Unicom and China Telecom in the field of mobile games. Experts believe that this will lead to an even larger market increase. In any case, he has to grow wherever - more than half a billion Chinese are still not covered by the worldwide network.









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