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.
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Under the partnership, telco's customers in the Chinese capital can visit stores to swap their SIM cards to new ones which can enable a link to their bank accounts.
Chinese telco to phase out lower speed packages with faster connections of least 4Mbps starting Friday, in response to government's goal of having 75 percent of broadband users on that speed this year.
As ICANN begins making its initial approvals of generic top-level domain names, it has admitted that it can't predict whether it will make life easier for users or simply more confusing.
Instant messaging service Fetion, previously solely operated by Beijing Ultrapower Software but owned by China Mobile, will be restructured to better compete with rival offerings such as WeChat.
Bus commuters will benefit from extra coverage on routes around Chang'an Avenue under a pilot project between China Mobile and Beijing Public Transport.
Beijing-based PC vendor, Lenovo, wants a bigger piece of the server and networking storage market, while EMC wants to expand its footprint in China.
UK Broadband has switched on 4G services in Southwark, aiming to become the first company to sell the super-fast connectivity to homes and businesses when it opens its doors in May
Beijing-based mobile operator hopes to sign up 10 million users in China by year-end for its "Wireless City" data plan, according to report.
Beijing fires back, saying U.S. Commission's report that named China as prime suspect behind hacking attacks on U.S. government satellites "not worth a comment".
From Beijing to Salt Lake City, increasing numbers of cities are following the leads of Milan and London and hosting design weeks. The goal: to encourage growth in their local creative industries.
This new blog, written by the Beijing-based ZDNet China editorial team, will report on IT industry development from the Chinese perspective.
There are sound reasons why the London 2012 Olympics must follow Beijing's example and implement an IPv6 infrastructure, says Axel Pawlik
Diplomatic cables from Beijing say old designs lack passive cooling and pose a big risk. But some experts say China will show the way in modern, safe nuclear.
There may be 9 million bicycles in Beijing, but there was only one new Prius in China last year. Despite ambitious government plans, consumers balk at electric cars and hybrids.
Aric Chen, creative director of the forthcoming Beijing Design Week, points out what innovative designers to watch in China. He also discusses trends in Chinese design, ranging from new attitudes toward copycat culture to products and graphics that merge Chinese traditions and fresh ideas.
The Chinese company is the preferred bidder to provide the infrastructure to let people use their mobile phones while travelling on London Underground, according to reports
Beijing is planning to build China's first design exchange with hopes to foster design trading and support the country's growing creative industry.
The Bank of China in London drastically cut its paper consumption by switching to an automated process for handling SWIFT interbank transactions. Total: about 50 pounds of paper per day.
Thousands of apparently hacked iTunes accounts have been found on Chinese auction site Taobao, which says it cannot remove them until it receives a formal request
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