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|NANNING Air Vapormax Flyknit Womens , March 24 (Xinhua) -- He does not have much interest in superheroes, but Miao Yingjiao has turned himself into one of China's "Spider-Men", the growing army who spend almost every night suspended high above the ground to maintain railway overhead lines.
After midnight, when local high-speed trains come to a halt, Miao climbs onto thin wires six meters above Laibin City of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Carrying a pair of pliers, he checks whether screws are in place and the lines are properly connected.
"My job is to guarantee that high-speed trains operate properly in the daytime Air Vapormax Womens ," the 24-year-old says. "I have to be very careful because a single trivial mistake could cause a major accident."
Miao is one of many Spider-Men meeting the increasing demand for overhead line maintenance as the development of high-speed railways continues on the fast track. This group of workers came into the spotlight last week, when Chinese financial newspaper the Economic Daily featured Miao.
China had 16,000 km of operational high-speed railway lines, about 60 percent of the world's total, by the end of 2014, according to official data. And it is Spider-Men who help the trains stay safely on the track.
So it is with some understatement that Miao says "I think our job is quite important."
IT'S HARD TO BE A (SUPER)HERO
Being a Spider-Man has obvious challenges. The first thing you have to conquer is fear of heights.
"When I first started climbing up to the lines two years ago Air Vapormax Flyknit , I could feel my legs shaking, and I just wanted to quit," Miao says. "It took me a while to get used to it."
Wu Xiaoming, an overhead line worker in Longjia Airport Station in Changchun City, capital of the northeastern Jilin Province, says another challenge is adjusting to working in the night. In China Air Vapormax , a moratorium is called on high-speed train operation for just several hours from midnight. That's when workers like Wu start their shifts.
"Each of us is typically on a four-day shift, working at night and sleeping in the day," Wu explains. He adds that cell phone signals and Internet connection are suspended where he works, as it is close to the airport.
"We literally live in isolation for four consecutive days," he shrugs.
The working conditions may be harsh, but there will be more and more need for Spider-Men in China. This year Cheap Nike Vapormax Flyknit , the government plans to spend at least 800 billion yuan (128.7 billion U.S. dollars) on railway construction.
"It's true that my job can be tough sometimes," says Song Chao, an overhead line worker in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province.
"But it is worth it because I know that I am keeping millions of people safe."
Samsung extended its lead in the global smartphone market over Apple in the second quarter, gaining from the launch of its updated flagship handsets, surveys showed Thursday.
The South Korean giant delivered 77 million smartphones in the quarter Cheap Nike Vapormax , up 5.5 percent from a year ago, for a market share of 22.4 percent, research firm IDC said.
That compared with a 15 percent drop in sales for Apple's iPhones, which accounted for 11.8 percent, IDC said.
Samsung got a lift from the March launch of its Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge flagship models, with an upgraded processor Nike Vapormax Flyknit Sale , waterproofing and other features, IDC noted.
Apple, despite the launch of its more affordable iPhone SE, failed to keep pace and reported weaker sales compared to a year ago.
A separate survey by Strategy Analytics had a similar estimate, with Samsung at 22.8 percent to 11.9 percent for Apple.
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"With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) a new Galaxy Note 7 flagship model rumored to be on the way, Samsung will be able to strengthen its smartphone leadership into the second half of the year," Mawston said.
"Apple continues to face iPhone fatigue among consumers and the new iPhone SE model has not been able to stem that trend."
IDC's Ryan Reith said the saturation of many markets has forced makers to rethink their strategy. "Apple is beginning to put more emphasis on 'device as a service' to try to prevent lengthening replacement cycles," he said.
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Both surveys showed China's Huawei the number three vendor with a 9.4 percent market share.
Other Chinese vendors were in the top five.
According to IDC, Oppo and Vivo were fourth and fifth with 6.6 and 4.8 percent respectively.
The Strategy Analytics report showed Oppo with 5.3 percent and Xiaomi fifth with 4.3 percent.
IDC said overall smartphone sales rose 0.3 percent to 343.3 million units, while the second survey showed a one percent rise to 340 million.
BEIJING， March 25 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese court has ruled in favor of Apple Inc. in design patent disputes between it and a domestic phone-maker， overturning a ban on selling iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones in China.
Last May， a Beijing patent regulator ordered Apple's Chinese subsidiary and a local retailer Zoomflight to stop selling the said phones after Shenzhen Baili Marketing services Co. (Shenzhen Baili) lodged a complaint to it， claiming that the patent for the design of its mobile phone 100c was being infringed upon by the iPhone sales.
Apple and Zoomflight took the Beijing Intellectual Property Office's banning order to court.
The Beijing Intellectual Property Court on Friday revoked the ban， saying Apple and Zoomflight did not violate Shenzhen Baili's design patent for 100c phones.
The court ruled that the regulator did not follow due procedures in.