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Alibaba

For daring to take Apple’s mobile market share. Last summer AliCloud, the company’s cloud computing arm, launched a cloud-powered mobile OS and the first cloud-based mobile device in the summer. Web-based apps on the K-Touch Cloud-Smart Phone are accessed through the cloud, ending downloads and installations; users can also sync their data (texts, contacts, photos, you name it) to AliCloud’s data center and have access to their content on different devices.

For daring to take Apple’s mobile market share. Last summer AliCloud, the company’s cloud computing arm, launched a cloud-powered mobile OS and the first cloud-based mobile device in the summer. Web-based apps on the K-Touch Cloud-Smart Phone are accessed through the cloud, ending downloads and installations; users can also sync their data (texts, contacts, photos, you name it) to AliCloud’s data center and have access to their content on different devices.

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