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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Smartphone manufacturers will likely struggle to achieve sustainable growth this year as the Chinese market segment heads toward saturation point, reaching 90 percent penetration rate, predicts Gartner analyst.
The U.S. may have outsourced much of its manufacturing to China, but it has regained the effects of air pollution as a result where western areas in the country are seeing poorer air quality.
Taiwan has arrested around a dozen managers at the manufacturer on suspicion of soliciting several million US dollars in bribes from iPhone parts suppliers.
Online users in the country were redirected to a webpage operated by a U.S. tech company which clients include The Epoch Times, a newspaper run by the Falun Gong religious group which is outlawed in China.
Chinese government orders real names to be used for registration before online users can upload videos to local video sites, expanding further controls on the types of content posted online.
Online retailer's Chinese subsidiary, Yihaodian.com, doubles its stock keeping units (SKU) to 3.4 million and now has a registered user base of 57 million.
The number of web users in China has surged to 618 million, a government agency has said, underscoring the rapid growth of online connectivity in the country with the world's largest internet population.
China is now home to over 618 million Internet users, up 9.5 percent over 2012, with almost 250 million accessing the Web to watch or download video content via their smartphones.
China Operating System (COS) is the official operating system created and sponsored by the Chinese government, with the aim to break the monopoly of U.S. tech giants Google and Apple.
Chinese networking gear maker has backtracked on its previous declaration to abandon the U.S. over spying allegations, insisting it is still engaging partners and customers and seeing growth in the market.
Tesla Motors will soon be peddling its Model S series at competitive price points in the Chinese market, with plans to open its first showroom in Beijing in November.
China's Internet giant is investing US$193.45 million for a 9.9 percent stake in logistics services provider, China South City Holdings, in a bid to bolster its e-commerce business.
The appointment is one of the biggest indications that the social network is finally ramping up its plans to officially enter the market, which is already crowded with Chinese clones of LinkedIn.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is upbeat about iPhone volume through China Mobile, which has a fast network that needs to be expanded in more cities to really deliver unit volume.
Apple's chief executive says he is 'incredibly optimistic' about the firm's relationship with China Mobile, and hints that greater ties could be on the horizon.
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