Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Google nexus 7 banned in china

Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is clearly one of the best selling Android tablets to date, and with its powerful specs, its $199 price tag, and pure Android experience, it’s not that hard to see why. The extremely low price of the tablet gives it huge potential to be a hit in China.
For those who don`t know what happend,let me tell you. "Back in 2010 Google basically decided to redirect their search services in China to Hong Kong instead, amid claims from Google that the Chinese government were involved in cyber attacks against its users. Google also didn’t like the fact that China was censoring search results for Chinese visitors, and the Chinese search page was eventually redirected to Google.com.hk (Hong Kong). It would seem that the Chinese government still isn’t happy about all that."
The China government's negative attitude is interpreted as a response to Google's announcement of withdrawing from the China market in March 2010, the sources pointed out. It is difficult for the Nexus 7 to enter the China market, even through sale of Asustek's marketing network there, the sources indicated.

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