Michael KanBeijing Correspondent, IDG News Service

Michael Kan covers IT, telecommunications, and the Internet in China for the IDG News Service.

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Foxconn to invest $5B to set up first of up to 12 factories in India

Foxconn is responding to India's bid to attract manufacturers to the country

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Alibaba upgrades anti-counterfeiting system following complaints

Foreign brands and a Chinese regulator have criticized Alibaba for allegedly promoting fake goods

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Struggling HTC sees promise in virtual reality, fitness devices

HTC posted a $257 million loss in the second quarter

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China to plant Internet police in top online firms

China is also considering legislation that will give the government more control over the Internet

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Apple falls to third in China smartphone rankings, while Xiaomi vaults ahead

Xiaomi led the market, while Huawei came in second.

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Acer's new Windows 10 laptops arrive with Chromebook-like prices

The 11-inch model will launch in August in North America

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China clamps down on exports of drones and supercomputers

The export controls will come into effect on Aug. 15

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Video gaming sparks excitement in China

The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 were big attractions at this year's ChinaJoy show

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Alibaba eyes cloud computing expansion with $1 billion investment

The Chinese company has plans to open a second data center in the U.S.

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Chinese police shut down supplier of over 40,000 fake Apple iPhones

The supplier was allegedly shipping the fake iPhones to foreign countries

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Walmart to boost its e-commerce investment in China

Walmart is taking full ownership of Yihaodian, a Chinese online retailer

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Higher-end phones help Huawei rake in the cash

Huawei's phone business is focused on making a profit, and not just shipping large volumes

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ZTE fights off low-end stereotype with high-end Axon phone

ZTE's new Axon phone will arrive next month in the US

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Samsung's new Galaxy Tab S2 tablets are thinner and lighter than the iPad Air 2

The two Android tablets will start arriving next month.

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Samsung faces lawsuit in China over bloatware on phones

The Shanghai Consumer Council is demanding that Samsung make the bloatware removable.