Chinese networking giant increases paychecks of lower-level employees by 30 percent, putting it in an even better position--against local rival ZTE--to recruit new talents.
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Chinese telecom equipment maker lashes out against what it says is discriminatory and defamatory treatment by a former US CIA official, demanding its critics "put up or shut up".
30-year-old Wu Jiantong remains in ICU in a Beijing hospital, 10 days after he received an electric shock while connecting his iPhone 4 to a third-party charger. This is the second such case involving an iPhone in China, where the first had left a Chinese stewardess dead.
The family of a Chinese flight attendant who appeared to be fatally electrocuted by her Apple iPhone look to its maker after police found no faults with the charger.
Chinese national television footage suggests woman killed while using a charging iPhone could have been the victim of faulty chargers distributed without quality checks or through illegal channels.
Bride-to-be and a stewardess with China Southern Airline was electrocuted while answering calls on iPhone 5 that was charging. Apple says it will investigate and cooperate with police.
China's mobile phone shipment dipped almost 30 percent to 4.2 million in June, over the previous month, due to lackluster market demand and fierce competition among manufacturers.
China head of Motorola Mobile resigns as the company continues to struggle to stay afloat in the Chinese smartphone market.
The U.S. e-commerce company's China branch denies its parent company had pulled back investment in the Chinese market, even as its local market share dipped to 0.3 percent.
A function available on the popular messaging app, which can locate users in the vicinity, has reportedly led to several criminal acts in China.
A dozen TD-LTE smartphones are expected to be launched in China in the second half of the year, as market players show off their wares at the recent Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai.
Chinese company iGeak launches wearable gadgets, Geak watch and Geak Ring, which feature integration with smartphones and supports near-field communication.
The recent product launches put the Chinese search giant in direct competition with Qihoo 360, which currently dominates the free computer maintenance and antivirus software market in China.
OEM cellphone makers in China reportedly earn just 0.02 yuan (0.3 US cent) per unit, amid fierce competition in the local market.
China's e-commerce giant uses transaction data to establish credit viability and provide micro loans to individuals and businesses.