Sony Mobile Communications AB will win enormous opportunities in China's smartphone market if the company always focuses on the right products, is quick to respond to market demand and is speedier in innovation, according to Sony Mobile's top officer in China.
China has emerged as the world's biggest smartphone market, attracting mobile phone vendors from around the globe. The country is also the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturing base, with several domestic companies such as Lenovo, Huawei and ZTE rising quickly and threatening the position of more established cellphone makers.
China consumed 615.5 billion kilowatt-hours (kwh) of electricity generated by clean energy sources in the first eight months of the year, according to statistics from the State Electricity Regulatory Commission.
China's 2012 Information and Telecommunications Exhibition opened in Beijing on Tuesday, with the theme of smart & innovative connections. Ericsson, the world’s top ICT provider, predicted 5 billion internet connections by 2020 when a "networked society" would come into full swing.
E-commerce company Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd completed an initial repurchase - worth $7.6 billion - of its shares on Tuesday from Yahoo Inc, which had once held the largest number of the company's shares.