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GMIC Beijing Highlights: Day 2 – Media Coverage

GMIC Beijing has come to an end as Day 2 has wrapped up at the National Convention Center. Groundbreaking announcements from Jolla, Mozilla and Ubuntu regarding the launch of their new smartphones have given us a glimpse into the future. Key insights from the biggest names in the automobile industry have shown us the growth of mobile behind the wheel. The winners of the G-Startup competition were given the chance to demo their app on the Main Stage and the opportunity to take their product to the next level at GMIC Beijing. The mobile landscape has been truly transformed these past two days.

Thank you to all of the sponsors, partners and attendees for making this year’s GMIC Beijing a great success. Don’t miss out on GMIC Silicon Valley this October 21-23.

Full media coverage:

Jolla’s Marc Dillon teases world’s first Sailfish device, confirms launch in a couple of weeks (Engadget)

Chinese Mobile Browser UC Web Hikes Spending, Stays Independent (Forbes)

Halfbrick discusses success in China, a major update to Fruit Ninja, and new game Fish Out of Water (The Next Web)

Angry Birds Maker Rovio Expects Consumer to Drive Sales (Bloomberg)

Foreign Tech Companies Changing Tune on China (Wall Street Journal)

China’s App Makers Look Abroad (Wall Street Journal)

UCWeb to invest $483M to spur biz growth  (ZDNet)

Real-Time Analytics Startup ‘Mention’ Crowned GMIC Beijing Seed Stage Winner (Tech in Asia)

WeChat to stay free (Global Times)

mobiSights Coverage:

Keynote from Kumar Galhotra, VP APAC of Ford Motor Company: Ford Motor calls for Developer Collaboration

Panel with Inmobi, InternetQ, Paypal, Chelsea FC: Global Brands Can’t Ignore Mobile

Panel with Jolla, Mozilla, Canonical, and Xiaomi: Three Android Alternatives to Release Phones Soon

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