Articles about China
Microsoft has inked a number of deals to help Windows 10 make progress in China, particularly on mobile.
In the most recent legal challenge to the ride-sharing app, Uber executives and employees have been charged by Seoul District Police for breaching the transportation laws of South Korea.
Beyond the gadgets on display, the Hannover trade show reflects a big shift of focus in the international tech scene.
US company operations are increasingly being disrupted due to the battle between the Chinese government's censorship plans and free speech activists.
Counter-terrorism law requiring IT vendors to hand over information to the Chinese government has been put on hold, following concerns raised by Barack Obama. But it's unclear if it will proceed with the law.
Angela Merkel has used the CeBIT event as a platform to advocate closer tech cooperation between China and Germany.
A senior VP at ZTE reportedly ran off in February, after his possible accomplice at China Unicom was removed from power and put under criminal investigation.
Oracle also stressed the increased fragmentation of social media channels, arguing it is "more difficult than ever" for businesses to understand who are their customers.
Chinese Apple Watch lookalikes, which are mostly priced below $100, claim to offer even better functionality, including supporting independent SIM cards, memory cards, and photo taking.
Half of Tesla's sales jobs will be cut in China as sales only meet a quarter of what Elon Musk expected.
Apple's iPhone 6 might be expensive but the large-screen device is now the favoured smartphone among Chinese consumers.
The Chinese equipment maker that has already teamed up with three NBA teams said it will further lift expenditure on promotional activities in the US to gain the public's full awareness.
Major lottery sellers have stopped all online business in China, with company stock prices dropping by up to 40 percent, the Chinese media has reported.
Alibaba Group plans to launch a NT$10 billion ($318 million) not-for-profit venture capital fund aimed at supporting startups and young entrepreneurs in Taiwan.
Xiaomi's new Yi Sports Camera is equipped with a Sony sensor and can take 1080p video under 40 metres of water -- and is available for only $64.