Michael KanBeijing correspondent, IDG News Service, IDG News Service

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

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China's Xiaomi targets ten markets in international expansion

Xiaomi has quickly risen to become one of the hottest smartphone vendors in China

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NSA spying revelations have tired out China's Huawei

Huawei has for years fought off allegations that it spies for China

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With "Baidu Inside," the Chinese firm takes aim at hardware market

The search giant is partnering with hardware vendors to build electronics equipment using its technology

Fire at Samsung facility affects website, Smart TV content

The network outage was caused by a fire in a Samsung facility

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China's Alibaba to offer mobile phone services in June

Alibaba bagged a mobile virtual network operators license in December

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TSMC benefits from demand for high-tech smartphone chips

Smartphone demand has been higher than expected, TSMC reported

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Windows XP's retirement turns into major security project for Chinese firm

Since February, Qihoo 360 has been rolling out Windows XP security software to 200 million users

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Microsoft's Chinese partner confident Xbox can compete against Android consoles

China recently ended its foreign-made videogame console ban, opening the door for Microsoft to sell its Xbox

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Chinese Bitcoin exchange focuses on cash transactions to keep cryptocurrency in play

China has been moving to force banks to cut ties with Bitcoin exchanges

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LinkedIn tackles China with a startup approach

The company hopes to grow its China user base to as high as 50 million

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Chinese Bitcoin exchange readies fallback plans amid crackdown worries

Bitcoin's popularity in China has taken a dive under the threat of new Chinese regulations

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China obtains patent concessions in return for approving Microsoft-Nokia deal

China has given conditional approval to Microsoft's purchase of Nokia's handset business, in return for promises on fair patent licensing.

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Intel taps China's little-known 'white box' makers to fuel tablet chip business

China's white box tablet makers are flooding the market with products

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Bitcoin crackdown in China halts bank transfers for two exchanges

China's central bank is forcing the closure of banking accounts operated by the exchanges

Intel plans new 'Braswell' chip for PCs, over 20 Chromebooks

The Braswell chip is targeted at entry-level products like desktops and notebooks.