A collection of notable security news items for the week ending January 30, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
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Acquired by Lenovo in January this year, the smartphone maker says the Chinese market is too significant to be overlooked and it will tap its parent company's resources to grow its market share.
China is a vital growth area for Apple and the new payment system is likely to boost sales.
Apple has overtaken Samsung in becoming the most powerful brand this year in the mobile market of China, a research report has showed.
Officials from China's National Internet Information Office said the department will initiate specific plans to regulate the fast development of mobile applications in the country.
As China and Europe plough research dollars into 5G, the pair have thrashed out a key trade agreement over mobile networks that should make cooperation a little easier.
China's second-largest e-commerce player receives a funds injection after the Singapore investment firm buys up 602,139 shares for US$17.2 million. Temasek also forks out US$12.8 million for Chinese security software maker, Cheetah Mobile.
Five hospitals in China will allow patients to book medical appointments, pay their bills, and receive test results via their mobile devices.
Does Tizen have a future, or is it going to be another unlaunched Linux-based mobile operating system?
Mobile processor giant Qualcomm said a regulatory investigation in China and licensees that aren't reporting sales of licensed products will hurt fourth quarter results.
Is Apple's iPhone truly a risk to state secrets due to location-tracking technology?
China Mobile takes 884 million USD stake in a leading Thai telecommunications operator, True Corporation, becomes second largest owner.
The maker of Momo, one of the first mobile apps in China that enables people to locate and chat with others nearby, and possibly more infamously linked to its “one-night-stand” trait, is reportedly preparing for an initial public offering in the US this year.
Chinese operator posts its sharpest profit dip by 16 percent in fourth-quarter 2013 to 30.2 billion yuan, driven down by rising infrastructure costs and device subsidies as well as growing adoption of mobile chat services.
The central bank also halted Quick Response (QR) codes transactions and other face-to-face cashless mobile payment services, leading stocks slump among Tencent and China Citic Bank on Friday.
Taiwanese PC maker sets up 80:20 joint venture with e-commerce vendor, Uitox, to offer its ZenFone mobile phones via an Asus e-store targeting China and Taiwan.
At the Mobile World Congress, Alcatel-Lucent and China Mobile, which has more than 700 million customers, will demonstrate virtualized LTE service.
Number of mobile transactions in the country climbed 212.86 percent to 1.67 billion last year, generating sales volume of 9.64 trillion yuan (US$1.58 trillion).
Once the world's second-largest Linux distributor, Red Flag software has closed down reportedly due to mismanagement and after owing months in unpaid wages.
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