The Chinese smartphone giant is “considering” buying Nokia, but it all depends on whether or not the ailing Finnish phone maker finally cracks. [Read more]
Photos leaked of HTC’s upcoming new Android phone reveal the familiar 5-inch 1080p display but with new front-facing speakers, according to Chinese blog site VR-Zone. [Read more]
During the 2008 presidential campaign, top-level staffers’ laptops were infiltrated with malware that allowed alleged Chinese hackers to steal internal documents, files, and e-mails. [Read more]
The Kindle tablets and e-book readers could launch in the expansive market early next month, claims Chinese blog site Sina Tech. [Read more]
Samsung Electronics shipped 12.5 million smartphones to the Chinese market during the first quarter, the most it has shipped to the country in a single quarter, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.
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Samsung ships 12.5 million smartphones to Chinese market
The Chinese have been known to be experts at hacking for quite some time. But what might surprise some is that it’s an epidemic across the country in all levels of society
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The wide world of hacking in China
To placate security concerns over its attempt to acquire Sprint — and over use of Chinese gear in Sprint’s network — the Japan-based firm would allow for board member who’d oversee compliance with security rules.
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SoftBank gives U.S. right to OK Sprint board member — report
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Chinese hackers resume attacks on U.S. targets
Indian government will reportedly set up a lab in Bangalore to test equipment from the Chinese network-gear makers to ensure its security. [Read more]
Chinese cyberespionage activities are fueling a rapid modernization of the country’s defense and high tech industries, the Pentagon said in an unusually candid assessment of China’s military and security developments last year.
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Pentagon accuses China of cyberattacks on U.S military, business targets