Most smartphones these days are behemoths of power, almost as powerful as micro PCs in a pocket-sized form. While all that power is available at our fingertips, quite literally, however, that doesn’t mean that our
Gone are the days when you’d be worried about whether your smartphone or tablet can run an app or game. These days, you’re more worried about whether your devices will last long enough for you to get home and plug in.
The Chinese gadget market is one of the biggest in the world, and you can bet that tech companies and gadget makers are looking towards targeting that demographic. Search-engine and tech giant Baidu sees the potential of the
For the uninitiated, Baidu is sometimes considered the “Chinese Google”, starting with a powerful (and relentlessly censored) search engine and expanding into things like email, maps and even mobile services. Now the
Dell’s American Android ambitions may have soured after lackluster sales of the Streak 5 and Streak 7 tablets, but it’s more than willing to take advantage of the rapidly expanding Chinese market. Since Google’s
While Google is huge in America and many other places around the world, Baidu is the biggest in China and are planning to get their own slice of the Android and mobile market. Google operates a big operation in China but is still