China is considering IT policies that could further restrict foreign businesses, according to a U.S. lobbying group
The Tianhe-2 supercomputer was scheduled for an upgrade this year, but now China won't be able to use Intel Xeon chips
The U.S. government claims the supercomputers have been used to do nuclear testing
Chinese manufacturers have generally focused on mobile devices, instead of PCs
Intel is funding a 'maker' accelerator program in China
Intel is trying to promote its technology in Shenzhen, China, a major tech manufacturing base.
GreatFire vows to continue its efforts to provide Chinese users with access to blocked websites
Google's Chrome will no longer recognize new digital certificates issued by CNNIC
The Chrome OS still hasn't found much demand in the desktop space, but that hasn't deterred Acer.
The trade-in program could help promote adoption of Apple Pay and Apple Watch
Local bitcoin exchange BTC China is thriving from speculative interest in the cryptocurrency
It also has a 5.5-inch 1080p screen and Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 810 processor, which has 8-cores and runs at 2.0GHz
Foxconn and Korea's SK C&C will establish a joint venture in May
Soul Clash allegedly copies elements from Blizzard's Warcraft games, Blizzard alleges in a new suit.
Foxconn's CEO has said he hopes to make electric cars priced less than $15,000