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Apple reportedly in talks to buy Chinese gaming company Handseeing

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We don't often hear from the source of an Apple acquisition target before the deal is done, but that's just what's happened in this case -- a VP at Chinese gaming company Handseeing says that it's in talks with Apple about an acquisition and "should have a decision in about one or two months." What could Apple possibly want with the little known company? Your guess is as good as ours, but the company's main product is its JGnet platform for online games -- which, incidentally, is Java-based. Of course, Handseeing is the only party doing any talking at the moment, so it might be wise to wait a bit before drawing too many conclusions.

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