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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After a deadly aluminum dust explosion in East China, authorities called for emergency safety inspections that could affect Foxconn production.
According to reports, Chinese officials no longer approve the use of the two anti-virus software vendors.
Microsoft employees belonging to the firm's Nokia handset arm have taken to the streets in China, protesting against job losses deemed "hostile" and "violent."
Chinese media believe Microsoft was raided as a result of withdrawing support for Windows XP.
Five hospitals in China will allow patients to book medical appointments, pay their bills, and receive test results via their mobile devices.
Unlike its U.S. rival, though, the Chinese search giant is developing a vehicle that allows drivers to take control if they choose to and is designed to assist drivers on the road.
The market research firm estimated 295.3 million units shipped worldwide during the second quarter of 2014, representing annual growth of 23.1 percent.
In the second quarter of this year, Huawei says it has seen rapid increases of handset shipments beyond its traditional Chinese stronghold.
Chinese search giant opens another startup development center in northern Chinese municipal of Tianjin, offering free office space as well as finance, legal, and technical support.
Chinese government investigators dropped in on multiple Microsoft offices throughout the country, according to reports.
Vuzix's M100 smart glasses will be co-branded with Lenovo and pushed across China's industrial and manufacturing sectors.
The chip maker is investing up to $150 million in Chinese startup companies related to a range of mobile technologies -- even as the country's regulators investigate alleged anti-competitive behavior in the wireless standards industry.
Responding to a NYT report which connects some of its shareholders to Chinese political powers, Alibaba said the background of its investors mattered little to the group and slammed some international media for making things out of nothing.
The Chinese telecommunications equipment provider on Monday lifted its forecast for first-half profit citing strong earnings from 4G infrastructure operations.