A quantum communication network will first link the 2,000 kilometres from Beijing to Shanghai by 2016, with the country also vowing to build a global network by 2030.
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A man broke into an Apple reseller's store before dawn in a failed attempt to steal anything, ahead of the iPhone 5's official launch in China.
A Shanghai court has rejected Proview's appeal for a preliminary injunction of iPad sales in the city, proceedings have been suspended, pending results from a case in Guangdong.
Sales of the iPhone 4S have been suspended in Beijing and Shanghai, after huge crowds queuing outside Apple's main store in Beijing became unruly.
The world's longest high-speed rail line opens for business, between Beijing and Shanghai. But not without a few technical problems.
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
China's CRH308A "Harmony" bullet train broke 302 miles per hour -- the speed of a cruising private jet -- on the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway, according to a Xinhua report.
Shanghai and Beijing "steal limelight" from Indian service centers, as firms look to spread security risk and ease infrastructure pressure, finds new report.
China has long been an El Dorado, the untapped market that will bring black ink flowing into the quarterly financial reports. At the end of the month, Apple will make it real in China with the launch of the iPhone 3GS with partner China Unicom.
The Olympics are nearly over, and the Australian team deserves kudos for an excellent performance all around. Yet even as the Olympic sun sets on the Bird's Nest for the last time this weekend, millions of spectators around the world will be scanning their dials in the hope of finding something else to fill their viewing hours.
Beijing, Shanghai and Dalian will be the preferred offshore delivery centers in four years' time, according to latest IDC report.
There seems to be no letup in Hewlett-Packard's hunt for companies which forge its products. Last quarter, over 87,000 counterfeit HP cartridges and accessories were seized in China, with 14 police raids conducted in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, the company said in a statement on Tuesday. A total of 10 retail shops, three warehouses and 16 manufacturers' premises were raided, including Beijing's Silicon Valley Computer Market and Zhonghai Computer Market. The authorities also confiscated over 13,300 toner cartridges, 4,200 ink cartridges as well as 70,000 labels, brochures and packages, HP said. --Irene Tham, Special to ZDNet News