A section of the Web site for China's state-run Xinhua news agency was found to be distributing malware recently, for unknown reasons.
Salesmen in China are making money from long-known weaknesses in a Wi-Fi encryption standard, by widely selling network key-cracking kits for average users.
Apple has tweaked its iPhone to support a Chinese security protocol for wireless networks, suggesting an iPhone with Wi-Fi could go on sale there.
Microsoft won a Chinese court case over pirated software used by a local insurance company, and was awarded damages to the tune of US$320,000.
A black market for satellite TV is booming in China as a middle class grows there.
Online games, music services and parts of other Web sites in China were shut down for a government-ordered day of mourning after a deadly earthquake last week.
China's industry and IT minister appeared to take aim at IBM as he warned against 'Smarter Planet' projects, such as citywide sets of sensors for analytics.
Google property stolen in cyberattacks last year included a password system that gives access to multiple services after one login, The New York Times said.
Lenovo showed off a tweaked version of Google's Android OS on its upcoming Lephone handset, and it launched an accompanying application download store.
China hosted more than one in four of the world's IP addresses infected with a major variant of the Conficker worm last year, according to a Chinese report.
Netbooks have become a big business for Intel, but company executives gave lukewarm predictions for tablet PCs.
Intel's David Perlmutter says voice recognition is a key to people working more naturally with computers, but that the software needs a lot of work.
Intel showed off a pocket-sized device that plugs into a single electrical outlet to monitor power usage by gadgets and appliances across a house.
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