• ELECTRONICS
    U.S. electronics makers worry sales to Chinese firms could fall more

    U.S. chip and components manufacturers are nervous about the U.S. trade position with China because many Chinese companies buy and use many billions of dollars of U.S.-made electronics products every year. Simply put, U.S. chipmakers don’t want to lose the enormous Chinese market to sell chips into, analysts said in recent interviews. The lucrative Chinese market […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Chinese Embassy hands over 44 computers to Mveso

    Chief Mandla Mandela and Chinese Ambassador to South Africa Lin Songtian Johannesburg – Schools around former President Nelson Mandela’s birthplace are set to have a major boost. On Monday, the Chinese Embassy in South Africa will hand over 44 computers to the community of Mveso in the Eastern Cape. Up to 22 of the computers […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Chinese Apple Staff Suspected of Selling Private Data

    HIGHLIGHTS Twenty-two people are suspected infringing individuals’ privacy 20 Apple employees allegedly sold users’ names, phone numbers, Apple IDs The sale of personal information is common in China Chinese authorities say they have uncovered a massive underground operation run by Apple employees selling computer and phone users’ personal data. Twenty-two people have been detained on […]

  • NEWS
    TV show triggers Chinese virginity debate

    “He asked me whether I am a virgin,” says Qiu Yingying, bursting into tears. She has just found out her relationship with boyfriend Ying Qin is over, after he found out she had had sex in the past. The scene from China’s biggest soap opera right now, Ode to Joy, has triggered much discussion on […]

  • NEWS
    Unpaid And irritated, some chinese workers Ditch holidays To Protest

    A migrant worker takes notes as he talks on phone at the construction website online of Changxiang Gardens development complex in Fengrun District, China. (Reuters photograph) QIAN’AN/DONGGUAN, CHINA: This yr, labourer Fan Fu and 20 or so colleagues operating on the Zixiagarden condo complicated in Hebei province have now not joined China’s legion of migrant […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    Unpaid And irritated, some chinese employees Ditch holidays To Protest

    A migrant worker takes notes as he talks on phone at the construction website of Changxiang Gardensimprovement complicated in Fengrun District, China. (Reuters photo) QIAN’AN/DONGGUAN, CHINA: This year, labourer Fan Fu and 20 or so colleagues operating at the Zixialawn condominium complicated in Hebei province have no longer joined China’s legion of migrant peoplereturning domestic […]

  • COMPUTERS
    chinese language customers Criticise Microsoft’s Push for windows 10 upgrade: report

    chinese language customers of Microsoft merchandise are criticising the software business enterprise‘s push to get them to mandatorily upgrade their windows operating systems, the legit Xinhua informationemployer suggested on Friday. Posts important of Microsoft on microblog website online Weibo referring to the home windows 10improve, which Microsoft customers have to switch to, have grown to […]

  • NEWS
    Stephen Hawking’s Brief History on Chinese Social Media

    Renowned cosmologist Stephen Hawking entered the universe of Chinese social media with a big bang on Tuesday, with his first post to the country’s Twitter-like Weibo service garnering him more than a million followers the same day. In less than five hours Hawking flew past Apple chief Tim Cook, who has around 820,000 fans after […]

  • ALL DEALS
    Chinese Couple Reportedly Sells Infant Daughter to Buy iPhone

    In a shocking incident, a Chinese couple allegedly sold their new born 18-day-old baby daughter for $3,530 to buy an iPhone. A Duan, father of the child, from Fujian Province in country’s southeast found a buyer for his 18-day-old child on the social media site QQ, who paid $3,530 (CNY 23,000 or roughly Rs. 2,38,000) […]

  • ALL DEALS
    Chinese Star Xiaomi Aims Beyond Smartphones

    Leading Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is aiming for a future as an Internet company with the potential to cross swords with titans such as Alibaba. Xiaomi co-founder and chief executive Lin Bin on Wednesday shared a vision of a future that includes Segway-like self-balancing scooters and smartphones and a role for the company in e-commerce, […]