Xiaomi shows off phone and wristband
China's fast-growing Xiaomi unveils a new flagship handset and $13 wristband - both of which are cheaper than similar models from other brands.
[BBC News] Samsung finds China 'child labour'
Samsung Electronics says it has found "evidence of suspected child labour" at the factory of its Chinese supplier Dongguan Shinyang Electronics.
[BBC News] China targets Apple for location-tracking apps
Chinese state media issues an overblown report slamming Apple for devices that -- surprise -- tracking your location.
[CNN Money] Chinese hackers broke into U.S. federal employee network
Hackers from China sought information on government employees, including which personnel have security clearances.
[CNN Money] VIDEO: US does not seek to contain China
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in China for talks with President Xi Jinping.
[BBC News Americas] Samsung has a smartphone problem
Samsung said Tuesday that second quarter profit could plummet 26%. The company had problems selling smartphones in Europe and China.
[CNN Money] IDT's Universal Frequency Translator Wins EDN China Innovation Award
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. ( IDT ®) (NASDAQ: IDTI) announced that it has won another industry award for its Universal Frequency Translator family (UFT), this latest recognition coming from UBM Tech's prestigious EDN China publication. The industry-leading UFT clocking family won the (...)
[WebWire High tech security] China tops supercomputer chart again
China has the world's most powerful supercomputer for the third time in a row as the country once again ups its presence in the global top 500.
[BBC News] PC market doldrums will continue to 2018, says IDC
Latest forecast suggests deceleration in emerging markets such as China as smartphones, 'phablets' and tablets take over Continue reading...
[The Guardian] Huaqiangbei: the mega market with every smartphone part in pictures
Huaqiangbei is a gigantic electronics parts market in the middle of Shenzhen, China. To explore it is to enter an Aladdins cave where almost everything you need to build a computer or smartphone - or 100 or 1,000 of them - is available The £75 iPhone too good to be true Inside Shenzen: China's (...)
[The Guardian] Inside Shenzhen: China's Silicon Valley
Just 30 years ago this Pearl River Delta megacity was a mere fishing village. Now home to up to 15 million people it hopes to become a tech nirvana for the world's hardware startups In pictures: Shenzhen's Huaqiangbei mega market Continue (...)
[The Guardian] Alibaba makes U.S. debut with 11 Main
Ahead of it's New York IPO, China's leading e-commerce company introduces itself to American shoppers with 11 Main.
[CNN Money] China's Alibaba plans US online shop
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba is launching its first online marketplace in the US - 11Main.com - as it looks to expand its operations outside China.
[BBC News] Xiaomi is aiming for the rest of the world
Xiaomi (pronounced she-yow-mee) is one of the fastest-growing tech companies in the world. It's the sixth-largest handset maker on earth and No.â3 in China, behind Samsung Electronics and Lenovo Group, according to research firm Canalys. Xiaomi's recent growth is impressive, and its potential is (...)
[OSNews] DIGILE Launches New Initiatives for Finnish Companies in China
DIGILE broadens its offerings to the Finnish companies and organisations that are interested in business opportunities in China. DIGILE and Beijing Zhongguancun Software Park (ZPark) have signed a memorandum of understanding that aims to create the next global breakthroughs in areas where China (...)
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