Proposed security rules from China would demand U.S. tech companies hand over sensitive technology to the country's government.
Xiaomi's Yi Action Camera comes at a low price of about US$65
In three years, Foxconn will probably use automation to complete 70 percent of its assembly line work
Gmail is hugely popular in the country, according to local tech entrepreneurs
Baidu surpassed Apple to become the world's second-largest app distributor
Despite a government block on Google, the company is still trying to reach developers in the country
Samsung continues to struggle in the market due to stiff competition
The Taiwanese PC maker is targeting more smartphone sales in the U.S. and Europe, the company says in an earnings call.
Apple claims that its audits and labor policies are helping to improve its supply chain
The two countries have often been at odds on cybersecurity matters.
Alibaba is investing $590 million in smartphone vendor Meizu
LinkedIn has doubled its Chinese user base to 8 million in the year since it set up a local subsidiary
China wants to stamp out accounts that impersonate real groups and people, but the rules effectively terminate social media anonymity.
ARM hopes its latest chip design will be a hit among its Chinese customers
Foxconn continually violates China's labor laws on overtime, a Chinese official trade union said on Monday