China's Taobao.com, a rival to eBay, plans to open up site-wide transaction data so users can learn about buying trends in the world's biggest market.
China Unicom says it is in talks with Research In Motion about offering BlackBerry devices, making it the third Chinese carrier interested in them.
A malware attack dressed up as an e-mail from organizers of the upcoming Shanghai World Expo targeted at least three foreign journalists in China.
Google is still censoring pornographic search results for users in China who are redirected to its Hong Kong site.
Google search experienced a brief and spotty outage in China after the company snubbed China on censorship.
Google's services for Chinese users remained accessible in China in the half-day after the company closed a censored version of its search engine.
China defended its Internet censorship rules and played down any effect on China-U.S. ties after Google stopped censoring search results for Chinese users.
Google was "totally wrong" to stop censoring results on its China-based search engine, Chinese state media cited a government official as saying.
State-controlled Chinese media accused Google of political motives in its threat to exit China, suggesting an unyielding government stance toward Google.
A Chinese gadget maker showed off a knock-off MacBook Air running Windows and a tablet computer shaped exactly like an iPhone with a 10-inch screen.
Color e-reader screens that can imitate video playback were on show Thursday from Taiwan's Prime View International, which makes the Kindle for Amazon.com.
China Mobile hopes to offer both Apple's iPad and a version of the iPhone that supports China's homegrown 3G standard, comments by its chairman showed.
A group of ad resellers for Google in China asked the company to explain what will happen to them if Google.cn is shut down.
Hewlett-Packard extended the warranties on motherboards in certain laptops in China as it came under fire for problems including overheating.
China now has the iPhone and more big-name smartphones are due in the country, but high prices mean few Chinese buyers overall are choosing smartphones.