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.
Articles about China
Chinese government is beefing up its surveillance capabilities with a new technology to track communications in languages used by China's various ethnic groups.
Data centers managers in China and Hong Kong are comfortable running their facilities at a higher temperature, indicating that equipment can still operate efficiently at warmer temperatures and, hence, consume less energy.
Once late to the mobile game, the social media giant now bets heavily on the platform which it says will ensure Facebook's continued growth in the Asia-Pacific region.
During his visit to the Chinese capital, the former U.S. president urges China and the U.S. to tell each other the extent of spying each is conducting.
As trading in the virtual currency gains momentum, the Chinese Bitcoin trading platform claims to be the world's biggest, and is newly flush with cash following a US$5m investment
Cisco Systems, IBM, and Microsoft are expected to encounter problems touting their products in China over revelations concerning the U.S. government's surveillance programs. Cisco is hardest hit.
FireEye and Symantec have independently found links from the most recent IE zero-day exploit with other attack campaigns.
Sales for the online shopping festival in China hit more than doubled to RMB 19.1 billion (US$3.1 billion), more than last year's Cyber Monday figure.
As much as 30 million yuan (US$5 million) of investment could be lost in limbo as a Hong Kong-based Bitcoin trading platform vanishes.
Unable to access Twitter in their country, microbloggers in China are stunned a site that "never existed" in their eyes is able to achieve stellar result in the wake of its IPO on Thursday.
Apple leapfrogs Xiaomi and ZTE on the back of new iPhones sales for the third quarter, while major rival Samsung extends its lead in China.
Asia's Internet giants including Tencent, Alibaba, and Baidu, are under-priced in light of Twitter's IPO price tag of US$26 per share, especially since they offer more sophisticated features than the microblogging site.
In a move to accelerate its industrial restructuring, the Chinese city hopes to attract investors with talent, property, research and development, as well as HR incentives.
The Chinese PC maker saw a 36 percent rise in its net profit to US$219.7 million, as it powers ahead despite an industry slump by expanding in mobile devices and better cost controls.
Windows Phone continues its merry march of picking up users at the expense of mobile operating systems that are neither iOS or Android.
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