IT & Telecom
5G phones could debut in late 20192018-01-18
The nation will step up its push to commercialize fifth-generation mobile communication technology, with 5G-ready smartphones likely to come out in late 2019, experts said.
China seeks 5G mobile-tech lead2018-01-12
The 5G ambitions of China's top telecom-equipment makers - Huawei and ZTE - are on display at CES 2018.
Smartphone-makers look overseas2018-01-12
China's mobile phone shipments declined by 12.3 percent in 2017, highlighting the mounting pressure on domestic smartphone players, which are looking to intensify their push to go global this year, analysts said on Thursday.
Chinese tech companies bring smart ideas, products to CES2018-01-11
About 1,500 Chinese tech companies, including industry giants like Baidu and Alibaba as well as startups put their home-grown gadgets on display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which kicked off Tuesday here.
Online quiz apps gaining ground2018-01-11
Livestreaming quiz applications are witnessing an explosive surge in China by drawing in a record number of participants in just a few days, making it the next growth frontier of the livestreaming sector in China.
China's mobile phone shipments fall in 20172018-01-10
China produced fewer mobile phones and new mobile phone versions in 2017, industrial data showed.
Shenzhen shines at CES in Las Vegas2018-01-09
China's hi-tech hub Shenzhen continues its impressive participation at the CES consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas, which lasts from Tuesday to Friday, and the south Chinese city name is part of nearly 500 participating companies' names.
Yearender: Silicon Valley keeps trends as Artificial Intelligence goes mainstream in 20172018-01-02
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become the buzzword of 2017 as tech companies, from promising startups to big-name firms such asGoogleandFacebook, are snapping up the AI technology which has changed people's lives and the world.
AI meets clothing retail in 'magic mirror'2018-01-02
The application of artificial intelligence has gone far beyond driverless cars or futuristic robotics that outsmart men in the strategy board game Go.
China's software copyright registration upsurges in 20172017-12-28
China received over 700,000 software copyright registrations in 2017, a year-on-year growth of 85 percent and a historical peak, said the Copyright Protection Center of China (CPCC) Wednesday.
Analysts see no respite from higher costs until end of 20182017-12-27
The price of memory chips, key components in mobile phones and computers, is likely to continue rising until the end of 2018, when the technology matures to enable greater production capacity, analysts said on Tuesday.
NDRC on alert over surge in chip prices2017-12-27
The nation's top economic regulator is paying close attention to the factors surrounding a surge in the price of mobile phone storage chips, with the activities of some major chipmakers such as Samsung causing the government particular concern.
Businesses' use of livestreaming illuminates privacy concerns2017-12-21
Qihoo 360, the software security giant, is to shut down its Shuidi platform after being accused of breaching people's privacy by livestreaming video from smart surveillance cameras in stores, restaurants and other public places.
China launches first AI lab for broadcasting2017-12-19
China's first artificial intelligence (AI)laboratory for broadcasting opened on Monday.
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