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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Huawei's smartphones shipments rise on international sales

Huawei has ambitions to become a leading global smartphone vendor

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Chinese users tire of older social networking sites

WeChat, a messaging app, is disrupting China's social networking market

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Apple faces privacy suit following Chinese TV report

The lawsuit alleges that Apple has been disclosing iPhone user data to third-parties

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Baidu reports strong mobile ad sales, echoing Facebook

Profits are swelling again at the Chinese search giant

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Lenovo reveals smartglasses prototype that apes Google Glass, seeks hardware partners

Lenovo has established the 'NBD' program to partner with companies on smart devices

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Qualcomm faces hurdles collecting royalties from China

China has opened an anti-monopoly investigation against Qualcomm

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Hands-on with Xiaomi's Mi 4, a high-end handset with an iPhone-like look

Xiaomi unveiled its latest flagship phone Tuesday

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Xiaomi announces $13 fitness-focused smartband that can also unlock your phone

Xiaomi's fitness-tracker wristband can also automatically unlock your smartphone

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China's Internet adoption sags to levels not seen since in 8 years

China's Internet population reached 632 million in June, but growth is slowing

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Baidu launches search engine for Brazil

Baidu plans on establishing a research center in the country

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Chinese authorities find no underage workers at Samsung supplier

Samsung has already temporarily suspended business with the supplier

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TSMC Q2 profit up 15.2 percent, 20-nanometer chips start shipping

TSMC posted strong earnings, partly on growing adoption of 4G LTE technologies

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Samsung suspends Chinese supplier over charges of using underage workers

Samsung said it could permanently halt business with the supplier if it is found to have hired children illegally

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IBM tries to forecast and control Beijing's air pollution

IBM is launching a new project to address China's energy and environmental problems

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Flickr, OneDrive and messaging apps face disruptions in China

China could be targeting the products to suppress mention of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong