Articles about China
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending April 24, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
ZTE has attributed its focus on delivering cloud computing, big data, and smart city solutions as drivers of its net profit increase to 883 million yuan for the first quarter.
Experts are calling for better legislation and supervision after Chinese government data pertaining to the personal information of millions of citizens was compromised.
As online sales skyrocket in rural China, e-commerce sites are busy expanding their networks.
Baidu recently confirmed its exit from the Japanese market, after failing to compete with Yahoo and Google.
Samsung and Apple remained the top sellers of smartphones for the first quarter of the year, while LG stepped up to take fourth place behind Huawei.
Chinese search-engine giant Baidu has officially launched the advertising campaign for its Android-based smartwatch OS, which supports various devices including the Sony SmartWatch 3, Moto 360, and LG G Watch.
Alibaba Group's Tmall online pharmacy business will be integrated into Alibaba Health, which will result in the latter becoming a consolidated subsidiary of the Chinese e-commerce giant.
APT30, a Chinese government-sponsored group, has been spying on South-East Asian governments and commercial entities as well as journalists for the last decade, a new report from FireEye has claimed.
US-listed online store JD.com is suspected of leaking customers' details to scammers, and is consequently facing a potential lawsuit.
China's ruling party is ramping up the censorship battle with a powerful new weapon which hijacks traffic outside of the country.
Alibaba announced on Wednesday that it has set up a car business division to tap a wide range of auto-related businesses in the future.
Executives from the parent company as well as newly separated spinoff explain how both entities will continue to focus on the enterprise market by targeting different customer segments.
Google says a future update in Chrome will remove trust for all certificates from China's main root certificate authority.
App revenues to hit $99bn in four years and it's not just Apple and Google that will be doing well out of it.