Hospitals, universities, tech companies, Petrochina, and numerous government offices are a part of the nearly 30,000 Chinese establishments affected by the recent ransomware attacks.
This is reportedly Microsoft's new 'Surface Pro' tablet
Donald Trump has issued another executive order, this time, for a review of the country's cyber security. It comes on the back of media stories surrounding alleged Russian and Chinese hacking.
After announcing that HoloLens would be coming to China in early 2017, the Microsoft Store now says that it will be available on May 24, which is a day after its upcoming Shanghai event.
Chinese authorities are seemingly working on a Wikipedia competitor of their own, based on the country's "Encyclopaedia of China". It will reportedly have 300,000 entries of about 1,000 words each.
Rocket League will soon have a free-to-play version with microtransactions. The free version will only be available in China, with Psyonix and Tencent Games partnering to deliver the new experience.
German firm Bosch has announced it would be opening a new plant in Changzhou, China, coupled with a 100 million euro investment by 2019. The facility will mainly produce parts for "automated driving".
The latest smartphone sales market share data from Kantar Worldpanel shows further gains for Android in many key markets, with iOS holding steady - except in China - while Windows phone sales plummet.
The eager and expanding Chinese tech firm LeEco has jointly announced with the US privately owned Vizio, that their nine-month acquisition effort has been called off due to issues with regulators.
LG has decided not to offer its latest flagship handset, the G6, to those in China. The company stated that the "intense competition and low market share" were key factors in the decision.
The Performance Base model of the Surface Book has been opened to preorders in 13 new markets, and as such, here is a list of prices in the different countries. Includes offers for the regular model.
In December, Microsoft announced plans to launch its Surface Book with Performance Base in eight new markets in early 2017. Today it opened pre-orders for the device in thirteen new markets.
Apple will sell its new red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in China, but it's dropped all references to (PRODUCT)RED and its collaboration with the alliance that raises funds to combat HIV/AIDS in Africa.
Microsoft has been working on a specialized version of Windows 10 for China that helps serve local governments and State-owned enterprises in the country in a joint venture with CTEC.
"Gone are the days when a BlackBerry OS, Symbian, or Windows Mobile could make a significant impact. It is clear that there will only be two smartphone ecosystems moving forward - iOS and Android."
ZTE has come to an understanding with the US Department of Commerce. The Chinese company will pay a total record-setting amount in fines as it exported electronics and IT equipment to Iran and DPRK.
China's BeiDou satellite network now works with a new chip that enables the system to pin a device's location accurately to one or two metres, putting it on par with the EU's Galileo satellite system.
Jolla has announced a Chinese consortium to help bring its open source OS to the Chinese market similarly to how it did in Russia. Several major Chinese firms have expressed an interest in joining.
The world's third largest smartphone vendor, Huawei, is said to be working on its very own voice assistant. It is currently in its early development stages, and will be aimed at the Chinese market.
After meeting with China's central bank, levies upon transactions going through many of the country's bitcoin exchanges have been implemented to help deter speculation among high volume traders.
The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows considerable smartphone sales market share gains for iOS in several parts of the world, as Android share rose to around 90% in certain markets.
Amid already severe restrictions on internet access in the country, the Chinese government is now looking to clamp down on the VPN services that many use as a way to circumvent these measures.
Chinese regulators have suspended transactions over Mini Apps, WeChat's new competitor against traditional apps. The CSRC cited security considerations as its reason for the suspension.
China wants to start working on an exascale prototype supercomputer this year. Being at least ten times more powerful than today's top performer, the exascale device won't be operational until 2020.
India has become the country with the most app downloads from Google Play while China is now dominating App Store revenues according to an analytics report looking at the previous year.
Samsung has now started rolling out its Android 7.0 update to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in the UK, following its release in the US last week. But its rollout in China has been halted due to bugs.
App stores operating in the People's Republic of China will now have to register with the Cyberspace Administration of China. The move should see the spread of malware via stores lessen.
After the theft of two concept gaming notebooks from Razer at CES this month, a listing briefly appeared for the stolen Project Valerie prototypes in China, asking for 150,000 yuan ($21,700 USD).
Samsung's new upper-mid-range handset comes with an octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a 'liquid cooling system' - but it's also shipping with Marshmallow rather than 7.0 Nougat.
In response to a request from the Chinese government, Apple has removed both the English and Chinese language versions of the New York Times news app from the Chinese App Store.
After three years, bitcoin's price has risen above $1,000. The last time the cryptocurrency reached this height, Mt. Gox's closure sent the currency spiraling down to the $250 range.
At Microsoft's WinHEC conference in Shenzhen, the company announced that it has submitted HoloLens for government approval in China, and will bring it to the region in the first half of 2017.
China's Ctrip.com is set to buy Skyscanner in a $1.74 billion deal expected to close by the end of 2016. Skyscanner will continue to operate independently while supporting their existing products.
Facebook has reportedly created a tool to let Chinese authorities police what content is posted on the social network. This is seen as a move to get back inside the country's huge market.
The China Consumers Association is asking Apple to investigate why certain iPhone models have suddenly stopped working. A "considerable number" of users is reportedly being impacted by the issues.
Budget smartphones from some manufacturers reportedly contain a willfully added backdoor, that sends text messages containing details such as location history and call logs to Chinese servers.
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Xiaomi launched three different variants of the new mid-range Redmi 4; the 4A, 4 Standard, and 4 Prime. All run Android Marshmallow, include expandable dual-sim memory slots, and at least 2GB RAM.
Samsung recently unveiled its newest high-end flip smartphone in China, the SM-W2017. A successor to last year's SM-W2016, it packs full HD screens on its main and external display.
Elephone has two smartphones on their way: the Elephone S7 and the R9. The phones have some pretty great specs and are well priced... but they're also clones of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Oppo R9.
A man claims that the replacement Galaxy Note7 he received under Samsung's recall program exploded less than 24 hours after it arrived, causing injuries to his hand, and damage to his Apple MacBook.
As China celebrates its mid-autumn festival, the demand for its mooncakes skyrockets. This led four Alibaba employees to hack the company's system, to bring in more cakes to them for free.
After originally claiming that models of the Note7 released in China weren't affected, Samsung will now recall 1,858 devices due to concerns over its battery overheating and potentially exploding.
Samsung has revealed a new smartphone called the Galaxy Folder 2. The device, which is designed for China, is one of the few smartphones designed like a flip-phone today.
In a speech in China, the US president called for de-escalation of cyber tensions between major world powers. He suggested governments should stop hacking each other and go after cyber criminals.
Following Uber's lead, DiDi has partnered with Microsoft to release a new add-in for Outlook which will enable employees to book a ride while eliminating the hassle of cash payments and paperwork.
Uber's business is booming across its core markets, yet the company is still losing money and has confirmed that over the first half of 2016, $1.27 billion dollars have been lost. What's gives?
Samsung has sent out invites to an event in China, at which it's expected to launch an even higher-end version of its stylus-toting flagship, featuring 128GB of storage, and a massive 6GB of RAM.
The online retailer, Flipkart, will begin selling the Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime today at 12pm IST. The device will also be available for sale on Mi.com. The phone retails at Rs 8,999.
After being unveiled as a conceptual design earlier this year, China has prototyped a bus which would eventually carry over one thousand passengers in response to growing traffic congestion.
Uber is reportedly giving up on its Chinese operations and selling them to its main rival, Didi Chuxing. Meanwhile, Didi will invest $1 billion in Uber's global business and get a seat on the board.