Under pressure from the U.S. government, Huawei will miss the Windows Phone 8 launch today. Facing setbacks, Chinese smartphones makers could turn to developing their own mobile operation systems.
View from China
Based in Beijing, ZDNet bloggers report on ICT industry developments from the Chinese perspective.
The ZDNet China editorial team, based in Beijing, reports on IT industry developments from the Chinese perspective.
24Quan, one of China's top 5 group-buying service provider, has shut down its services "temporarily" due to dissension among its investors.
Amid fierce local competition, China's biggest online store -- 360buy.com -- has launched its English website and now ships to 36 countries.
With the Chinese government's support, SANY Group sues U.S. President Obama for "discrimination" and an unconstitutional presidential order blocking building wind farms near a U.S. Navy base in Oregon.
Local media in China liken the report from the U.S. House of Representatives, urging a ban on products from Huawei and ZTE, as "paranoid thinking of the Cold War".
China step up its space exploration projects with plans to establish data of a potentially dangerous asteroid and plan to send rovers to the moon by 2017.
Intel Capital maintains the tech stock market remains healthy, despite the higher value of IT companies and weak economy which brings back memories of the Silicon Valley bubble burst in 2000.
Thousands of workers went head-to-head with Foxconn's security staff and armed policemen in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, leaving several dozens injured.
Scalpers are reselling iPhone 5 up to US$1,550 per set due to scarce supply in the city.
Ongoing territory disputes between China and Japan seem "solved" by the widely criticized Apple Maps adopted in iPhone 5, which reveals two sets of the islands appearing next to each other--one under Japan and one under China.