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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In the country’s first sentencing on internet copyright infringement, a Beijing court on Thursday jailed seven executives of the Chinese movie downloading website Siluhd.com.
As labor costs continuously rise, the computer manufacturer is "actively" considering relocate its production lines back to Taiwan.
Several staff at Kuaibo, a popular video playing and downloading site, are under criminal detention.
Social media giant is apparently looking to open a sales office, likely in Beijing, to support local advertisers keen to peddle their wares to a global audience.
Jim Wilkinson served as chief of staff for former US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, giving him government chops Alibaba could use as it expands its Internet stronghold beyond China.
Chinese government allows the country's three state-run telcos to determine their own pricing for mobile phones and services, as long as these are deemed fair and legal to customers.
A week after opening its Beijing cloud data center, Aliyun officially launches its fourth site in Hong Kong which is jointly operated with Hong Kong Towngas Telecom.
Spanning 230,000 square meters in Xi'an, China, the new US$7 billion plant produces 10-nanometer NAND flash memory chips and is estimated to generate annual sales of US$9.74 billion at full capacity.
The maker of Momo, one of the first mobile apps in China that enables people to locate and chat with others nearby, and possibly more infamously linked to its “one-night-stand” trait, is reportedly preparing for an initial public offering in the US this year.
Priced at 449 euros, the new quad-core, 5-inch FHD Gorilla Glass 3 screen smartphone debuted in Paris.
China's biggest bank, ICBC, has banned activities related to trading in Bitcoin, joining at least 10 other Chinese banks participating in a government crackdown on virtual currencies.
Following "extensive additional investigation", Louisiana Sheriffs' Pension & Relief Fund says it has dropped its lawsuit alleging IBM's links with the U.S. government's cyberspying program resulted in loss of business in China.
Global online population will hit 3 billion by end-2014, with two-third from developing nations and Asia-Pacific home to the largest population. Mobile subscribers will reach 7 billion.
The Chinese Internet giant's cloud computing subsidiary, Aliyun, has officially opened its Beijing data center. This is the unit's third facility focused on global service.