China's Alibaba will team up with Grameen Bank on a microlending program in China that could draw loan recipients onto Alibaba's top e-commerce Web sites.
Microsoft purchased assets in a company that does parallel computing, a mainly supercomputing function that Microsoft aims to develop for a broader audience.
South Korean regulators cleared the iPhone for sale in the country on Wednesday by lifting a legal bar on operation of location-based services by Apple.
Google's market share in China has slipped this year and will continue falling because new local Web users prefer Baidu, a Chinese government report said.
A US company whose software code was stolen by Green Dam, a Chinese state-backed Web filter, may hit back by launching its rival product for free in China.
Lenovo and Acer have ended distribution of Green Dam, a Web filter program formerly mandated by China, in the latest blow to China's efforts to deploy it.
China Mobile, the world's largest mobile carrier by subscriber numbers, will offer over 100,000 e-books for download on upcoming wireless e-readers.
Many young Chinese are making full-time jobs out of selling makeup or other wares on Taobao.com, known as "China's eBay," as e-commerce booms in the country.
IBM will develop green urban planning applications with a Chinese city that it could peddle in other Chinese government deals later
Lenovo Mobile is making handsets for China's 3G standard that will reach China Mobile's target price of $150, but its high-end iPhone rival will cost more.
MediaTek has started shipping a new generation of its widely used mobile phone chips with support for an application download store
Lenovo's chairman shared Chinese revolution-spirited slogans and the unlikely story of Lenovo's growth in a motivational speech to small Chinese businesses.
Pat Gelsinger, long a key executive at Intel, will leave the company for storage vendor EMC, an EMC spokeswoman said.
NBA star Kobe Bryant, who is hugely popular in China, shared motivational words with Chinese tech start-ups and other small businesses at a forum.
Taobao.com, an Alibaba Group company dubbed "China's eBay," will aim to expand abroad after first boosting sales of foreign products on its platform in China.