The world's most populous nation, China is undoubtedly an important market in the global ICT landscape. Our coverage zooms in on key market segments including cybersecurity, mobile as well as the social media and Internet landscape.
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A merchant on China's e-commerce website Taobao.com claims to have pink and yellow versions of the latest iPhone 6, which official launch date in the Chinese market has yet to be announced.
Gartner has predicted that over the next four years, the datacentre market will see dramatic changes, including Chinese suppliers increasing their market share by 2 percent at the expense of Western companies.
Amidst an investigation into the US firm's business practices, the top Chinese regulator says that the best way to move forward would be for the company and local firms to "make money together."
Xiaomi has been accused of sending user information back to nine servers in Mainland companies in Beijing and Guangzhou.
The newly released sets of iPhones are tipped to become a big hit in Hong Kong after mainland consumers vow to compete for the reasonable price tag with the locals.
A new joint venture between Australian NFC technology startup Tapit and Chinese mobile commerce company 99 Wuxian is poised to 'revolutionise' Chinese m-commerce and offline media.
With 99.8 percent accuracy, the system will be available to both individual customers and retailers by 2015.
A Chinese netizen posted pictures and video of the suspected next-generation iPhone on Sina Weibo on Saturday, showing off the features of the iOS 8 system, health app as well as the smooth screen unlocked through Touch ID.
That estimate would put Alibaba's value somewhere close to $160 billion, according to a new report.
China Telecom also posted an Apple-style-like advertisement, with detailed specifications of the next-generation smartphone.
Microsoft gets a three week deadline to come up with an explanation for "compatibility issues" in Windows and Office that could violate Chinese competition laws.
Ten years after its entrance to Chinese market, Microsoft has decided to terminate MSN messenger services in the country – the last one in the world – by the end of October.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella plans to visit China at a time when the company is under investigation by the Chinese government over alleged antitrust behavior.
Concerns over surveillance by the United States and its Five Eyes allies, coupled with its current monopoly probe into Microsoft, has led to China considering its own OS, according to reports.