A Chinese authors' group late Wednesday demanded Google compensate writers whose books the U.S. company scanned without permission.
The Web site of China's defense ministry was attacked 2.3 million times in its first month online, Chinese state media said.
A South Korean regulatory body Wednesday gave Apple a business license that would allow it to launch the iPhone at any time.
A Chinese Web domain that could be misused by hackers is for sale. Its price: $1760.
China defended its control of information online that it deems sensitive or harmful, one day after Barack Obama told local students information should be free.
A Beijing court ruled that Microsoft violated a Chinese company's intellectual property rights in a case over fonts used in past versions of Windows.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Beijing asked the U.S. president for help on piracy in China as Obama visited the country for the first time.
China's state-run news agency is collecting questions from local Web users for President Obama, who will speak to youth during his first China trip next week.
HP's purchase of networking gear vendor 3Com could unlock sales opportunities for its other hardware and services in China, where 3Com has a strong base.
Chinese Internet companies often have well-known foreign-language domain names and may not quickly adopt domains in Chinese script despite government promotion.
SMIC, China's biggest chip maker, replaced its longtime CEO just one day after settling a major intellectual property lawsuit with Taiwanese rival TSMC.
A Chinese government watchdog ordered Yahoo China to clean porn from a photo-sharing site it hosted, a reminder of woes faced by foreign Web companies there.
UPDATE: Baidu did not fully confirm a statement by music provider Qtrax that it will indeed start linking to licensed music downloads.
A Chinese government watchdog plans to push Twitter-style Web sites to censor their content, the country's latest move to control online speech.