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Concerns over surveillance by the United States and its Five Eyes allies, coupled with its current monopoly probe into Microsoft, has led to China considering its own OS, according to reports.
China Telecom said it will unlock the next-generation iPhone by supporting the SIM cards of the other two major telecom players in the market.
Samsung Electronics have reported a revenue drop of near US$2 billion in China amid heated competition from the fast-rise of local Chinese players, reports ZDNet Korea’s Jaehwan Cho.
Following a 2013 audit, Apple has begun working with component supplier Quanta to improve working conditions in Chinese factories.
Apple's move to store some of its Chinese users' data in the country has benefits — and drawbacks — for its customers.
China's second-largest e-commerce player receives a funds injection after the Singapore investment firm buys up 602,139 shares for US$17.2 million. Temasek also forks out US$12.8 million for Chinese security software maker, Cheetah Mobile.
The popular Chinese app’s monthly active users reached 438 million in Q2, getting closer to its key rival WhatsApp’s 500 million.
Chinese regulator visits Accenture's Dalian office to access Microsoft-related documents as part of an ongoing anti-monolopy investigation on the software vendor. The NYSE-listed consulting firm insists it's "not part of the antitrust probe".
Under more stringent censorship, WeChat promises to stop "rumors" from spreading on its instant messaging platform.
Responding to reports that their products have been banned by the Chinese government, the security vendors say the restrictions do not apply to local governments and large enterprises in the country.
Government sources said ten Apple products including all iPad and MacBook products were excluded from a final government procurement list distributed last month.
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.
Chinese media believe Microsoft was raided as a result of withdrawing support for Windows XP.