From the official launch of Evernote Business in China to Shaquille O’Neal’s video demo of his new mobile game, it’s a wrap here on Day 1 of GMIC Beijing.
Check out the media reports from today:
Evernote Says Cyber Breach Which Cost Millions Wasn’t From China (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)
Evernote Takes on China With Apple’s Singular IPhone Approach (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)
Tencent Works Out ‘Preliminary’ Solution With Carriers on WeChat (Bloomberg Business Week)
Lei Jun: WeChat Has Done a Great Job (Tech in Asia)
UCWeb to invest $488m in fight for browser stake (Global Times)
Full mobiSights coverage:
Panel with Joff Redfern of Linked in, Danny Oei Wirianto of Mindtalk, Andy Tian of Zynga, and Yong Wang of deNA China: Social Communities Evolve to Meet New Challenges
Panel with Sanjay Poonen, President of SAP AG and Zhang Hongjiang, CEO of Kingsoft: SAP AG and Kingsoft Discuss the Risks and Benefits of Putting Cloud in Your Pocket
Keynote from Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi: Lei Jun: Xiaomi is Here to Stay
Panel with Kingsoft, Durex, and MadHouse: Net Security in the New-Internet Era
Fireside Chat with Sanjay Poonen, President of SAP AG: SAP AG and the Internet of Things
Keynote from Naveen Tewari, CEO & Founder of Inmobi: The Future of Mobile Advertising
Stay tuned for Day 2 of GMIC Beijing! Tomorrow’s sessions features Ford Motors, Visa, and more big brands. You can also catch it live from http://beijing.thegmic.com/live
Missing out on attending GMIC Beijing? Register now a Free Expo Pass for GMIC SV (full price: $100). Moscone Center, San Francisco. October 21-23, 2013.