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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Chinese Internet giant rolls out a payment service on WeChat to enable users to transact with selected merchant accounts on the mobile communications platform.
Yamada Denki is set to pack up after facing "obstructive behavior" from local firms, and boycotts from anti-Japanese sentiments due to recently escalated territorial disputes.
OEM cellphone makers in China reportedly earn just 0.02 yuan (0.3 US cent) per unit, amid fierce competition in the local market.
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.
The Alibaba-backed Danger Maps, which allows "crowdmapping" of pollution sources, is now expanding to cover missing people and child abuse.
The volunteer site is aimed at raising awareness and facilitating transplants to address the significant shortage of donors.
China's e-commerce giant uses transaction data to establish credit viability and provide micro loans to individuals and businesses.
Patent licensing deal will incorporate Dolby's high efficiency advanced audio coding technology for ZTE's products, to boost audio capabilities of its smartphones and tablets.
Both companies have tied up to unveil a 4.3-inch smartphone named A5, which costs US$134 and will go on sale in mid July.
The Chinese Internet giant will tie up with Malaysia's Patimas Computers for a data center in the country. Tencent is reportedly also buying a 15 percent stake in its partner.
U.S. Web giant makes available three Kindle devices through Chinese electronics store, Suning. Both companies also collaborate to develop content for the local market.
Chinese smartphone vendor aims to sell 15 million handsets this year, up from 7.19 million last year, to gain greater ground in the smartphone market.
A computer dealer in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region is running the promotion in order to give villagers a better idea of the value of his goods and offer them a "fair deal".
World largest telco by subscriber develops app which enables overseas customers to make free or low cost calls to mobile phones and landlines, with rates lower than Skype.
Chinese investors see tremendous potential in India but face challenging market conditions including long wait for government approvals and strained bilateral relations, according to China Daily.
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