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Following Chinese scrutiny over the security of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple’s big new smartphones will go on sale in China next month.
Apple will prepare as many as 6.5 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices for its biggest overseas market on the launch.
The Chinese e-commerce giant will pay $457 million for the stake as the company's acquisition spree continues.
Google Capital has made its first investment in China, backing a $38 million Series C investment in Chinese cloud computing optical transceiver company InnoLight Technology Corporation.
Just over a week after Hong Kong residents took to the streets demanding full democracy for the city, social media site Instagram has been blocked across mainland China, according to reports.
The American software developer will retain only its sales department in mainland China.
Suffice to say, Alibaba had a pretty good welcome to Wall Street. Now the real work begins.
The launch of Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Hong Kong becomes a resale farce as most of the first-day buyers decide to transfer their handsets for quick money.
Some analyst expectations simply won't be met just given how high expectations have risen for what is being flaunted as the greatest tech IPO in history.
The decision to hire a "head of law enforcement" comes in response to Apple moving to store some Chinese data to servers based on the country's soil.
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."
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.