China Labor Watch has accused a Samsung supplier of mistreating its workers.
The Bitcoin has been growing in popularity in China as a new kind of investment.
For now, China is only issuing licenses to operate LTE TDD networks
The NSA spying scandal has put a strain on the China business of Cisco and Qualcomm, the companies said recently
As it searches for a new president and chairman, Acer looks for ways to shed its reputation as a low-end seller of notebooks.
Chinese users had to wait for over a year before Amazon.com officially brought its Kindle Fire tablet to the country back in June. But so far, shipments of the products have been very low as competition in the country's tablet sector continues to remain fierce.
China welcomes foreign Internet sites, but says they must follow relevant regulations.
A manufacturer of glass coverings for Apple is drawing accusations of worker exploitation from Hong Kong labor groups concerned with several employee suicides at its factory in China.
Don't expect any U.S.-made iPhones yet, but electronics supplier Foxconn Technology Group is expanding its manufacturing presence in the nation with a new US$40 million investment to tap research and talent in Pennsylvania.
Acer's upcoming CEO has abruptly resigned from the troubled PC maker, in a surprise move that will result in founder Stan Shih temporarily taking over leadership.
Taiwan's MediaTek could help make eight-core chips a norm in the Chinese market, putting pressure on Qualcomm's own business in the country.
The name Nubia might conjure up images of Africa, Egyptian pharaohs and early civilization. But ZTE hopes that one day, it'll also be remembered for smartphones.
Chinese handset maker ZTE is planning to launch a smartwatch next year, making it the latest company to throw its hat into this emerging gadget segment.
China is moving to tighten its grip over social networking services even more, citing possible threats to stability.
Chinese search giant Baidu is facing a chorus of complaints for allegedly stealing online video content from rivals, resulting in a 300 million yuan (US$48.9 million) lawsuit against the Internet company.