Articles about China
China has restricted the use of Uber to drivers with a taxi licence, saying the action will protect users.
Henan province not only manufactures and ships tons of new iPhones, but it has also become Apple's first pick in the heart of China to sell them.
Numbers from UBS suggest China accounts for 35 percent of iPhones sold worldwide, marking the first time the smartphone has moved more units in the country than the U.S. market.
Alibaba Group will strengthen its anti-counterfeit measures to protect the intellectual property rights of Microsoft as part of a new memorandum of understanding.
Yang Yuanqing, chairman and chief executive of Lenovo, said the acquisition of Motorola Mobility and the ongoing transformation in the global landscape will enable Lenovo to stand out in smartphone business, which leaves an opportunity to challenge Apple and Samsung's dominance.
Semiconductor manufacturer is looking to expand its presence in the Chinese market and hopes its recent buyout of IBM's chip business will lead the way.
After a stellar 2014 when it recorded the biggest U.S. IPO, Alibaba's chairman and founder Jack Ma warns the Chinese internet company faces difficult tasks in the road ahead.
Despite troubles with Delhi's high court and Hong Kong authorities, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi managed to grow smartphone sales by 227 percent from the previous year.
Global Times, the outspoken government-backed newspaper, said in an editorial that internet users should accept the blocking of services in the country as there must be some new development or major concerns on safety issues.
Google's e-mail service apparently is no longer accessible in China and fingers are pointing to the country's Great Firewall filtering system as the reason for the outage.
Data including usernames, passwords, and e-mail addresses belonging to customers of China's official online train ticketing site, 12306.cn, have been leaked, according to an IT security vendor.
Chinese authorities reportedly have asked the world's largest chipmaker maker to lower its patent fees and unbundle its licensing agreements, following a year-long antitrust investigation.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the Chinese e-commerce giant that kicked off a $25 billion mega initial public offering on NASDAQ this year, admitted it took down as many as 90 million counterfeit goods from its e-commerce platforms in order to smooth its IPO.
The Chinese government has been working for a long time on replacing foreign, largely American, technology with home-grown alternatives, but conditions are much better for them than in the past.
Chinese government will allow only those with full security clearance to be involved in government projects, potentially leaving foreign players out of such contracts.