The Chinese Internet media and games company has denied rumors it is planning to delist, but local reports suggest this move is a good option for Sohu.com.
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The ZDNet China editorial team, based in Beijing, reports on IT industry developments from the Chinese perspective.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei is looking to challenge Apple and Samsung in consumer products by leveraging its dominance in network infrastructure.
Lesser-known Chinese search engine, Jike.com, aims to develop search which impacts people's livelihood, as it launches a site to let consumers file complaints against inferior pharmaceutical products in the country.
Apple supplier in Shanghai, which makes iPad cases, has been fined and its production suspended for allegedly pouring waste chemicals into a local river. The company denies any wrongdoing.
Key manufacturer for Apple has halted hiring at its Chinese plants because it wants to further automate its processes with robots and replace employees.
Apple factory workers in China are still facing hefty work loads, harsh, sometimes demeaning, factory rules, and even sexual harassment, according to one undercover reporter.
China looks to lower the cost of 3D printing and make large titanium components to build the next-gen fighter jet and self-developed passenger plane.
Growing popularity of apps such as WeChat and Weibo, which enable users to send out greetings during the Chinese New Year, have substantially encroached revenue from voice call and SMS--the main income of traditional telecom players in China.
Called Kingsoft Install Essential, the app is designed by a Beijing software developer and was downloaded over 1 million times before it was removed. Apple ruled the app failed to comply with its recently added guideline.
Small and mid-sized e-retailers have started sacking people before the Chinese New Year amid pessimistic forecasts for the year, but despite Internet sales surging another 65 percent in 2012.