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 consolidating its PC leadership position for the sixth straight quarter worldwide, Lenovo has vowed to diversify its business and look for new growth opportunities to maintain the momentum.
The Chinese firm will use Peixe Urbano as a means to accelerate its growth in Brazil
The FBI's director believes that Chinese hackers are not all that subtle, but are still prolific enough to break into networks and walk out with the goods — costing US businesses billions every year.
Chinese customers can now use the near-field communication payment service developed by Samsung using the Korean tech giant's gadgets, reports ZDNet Korea's Jaehwan Cho.
China Huaxin acquires the French telecoms equipment maker's enterprise business for 202 million euros (US$255.58 million), sealing a deal that it had begun negotiating earlier this year.
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.
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.