'China' Tag Index

IBM Drives Cloud, Big Data, Services Into Emerging Markets
By Darryl K. Taft | Article Published August 11, 2013
IBM announced a series of wins that indicate wider adoption of Big Blue’s cloud, big data and services solutions in emerging markets.
Tags: Cloud, services, China, outsource, System x, Smarter Cities, emerging markets, IBM, big data, Big Blue, SmartCloud, smarter planet
Allegations of Worker Abuse at Another Apple Supplier
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published July 29, 2013
A rights group sounds the alarm about conditions at Pegatron.
Tags: China, Apple, suppliers, Pegatron
Former CIA, NSA Head Accuses Huawei of Spying for China
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published July 19, 2013
The networking and telecommunications equipment maker denies the charge.
Tags: telecommunications, China, networking, UK, CIA, Huawei, espionage, NSA
Apple to Investigate Alleged iPhone Electrocution
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published July 15, 2013
A Chinese woman's family says she died from electrocution because she used her iPhone while it was charging.
Tags: Apple, smartphone, China, iPhone
China Set to Unveil Record-Breaking Supercomputer
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published June 03, 2013
The system is expected to perform 54.9 PetaFLOPS, making it the fastest in the world.
Tags: Xeon Phi, supercomputer, Intel, China
Report: Chinese Hackers Stole U.S. Weapon System Designs
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 28, 2013
A confidential Defense Department report says 29 weapon systems were compromised.
Tags: China, Defense Department, hackers, cyberattack, U.S.
Lenovo Profit Soars: Up 90% Year-Over-Year
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 23, 2013
The Chinese PC maker seems to be the only company in the industry that continues to grow.
Tags: PC sales, China, earnings, Lenovo, quarterly financials, revenue, smartphone
China's Aurora Attack Was Really a Counterespionage Effort
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 22, 2013
The hackers gained access to sensitive U.S. government information.
Tags: China, Google, Microsoft, cyber espionage, Aurora, cyberattack
Report: Chinese Hackers Have Resumed Attacks on U.S. Targets
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 20, 2013
The attacks are believed to be the work of the Chinese Army.
Tags: hack attacks, China, Mandiant, cyberattack, hackers
Report: Foxconn Workers Are Still Working Too Much
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 17, 2013
The Apple supplier has addressed 98 percent of the issues related to poor working conditions.
Tags: suppliers, China, Apple, Foxconn, iPad, iPhone
Pentagon Report Accuses China of Cyberattacks
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 07, 2013
China denies any involvement in the attacks.
Tags: cyberattack, government, cyber espionage, Department of Defense, Pentagon, China
Hackers Exploit IE 8 Vulnerability to Attack Nuclear Researchers
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 06, 2013
Security experts suspect Chinese hackers are behind attacks on the Department of Labor site and other websites.
Tags: hackers, cyberattack, Department of Labor, hack attacks, government, websites, China, Internet Explorer 8, security vulnerability, Microsoft, browser
Microsoft Reaches Patent Deal with China's ZTE
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 24, 2013
According to Microsoft, it now gets royalties from most Android smartphones sold.
Tags: patent, tablet, smartphone, China, Chrome OS, Microsoft, Google, Android, zte, licensing
Report: Most Cyberespionage Originates in China
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 23, 2013
A new Verizon report shows that all businesses are in danger of cyberattacks.
Tags: China, cyber espionage, Verizon, hacking, cyberattack, report
Report: U.S. May Escalate Response to Chinese Cyberespionage
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 22, 2013
The Obama administration is said to be considering sanctions or even cyberattacks of its own.
Tags: State Department, cyberattack, China, U.S., cyber espionage, hacking
1 in 4 U.S. Companies in China Report Data Theft
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 29, 2013
Many enterprises doing business in the country say the data breach problem is increasing.
Tags: China, U.S., data breach, cyberattack
Chinese University Linked to Hacking Group
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 25, 2013
Professors at Shanghai Jiaotong University have ties to Chinese military units connected with hack attacks.
Tags: China, security researcher, hack attacks, cyberattack
Cyberattacks Erase Hard Drives at S. Korean Firms
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 21, 2013
The widespread attacks knocked some banking services offline and crashed IT networks at media outlets.
Tags: South Korea, hard drive, cyberattack, malware, China, hacker, hack attacks, North Korea
Feds Investigate Microsoft Bribery Allegations
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 20, 2013
The Justice Department and the SEC are looking into a whistleblower report.
Tags: Justice Department, software, SEC, Microsoft, China, U.S.
IDC: PC Sales Even Worse Than Expected
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 19, 2013
The research firm dropped its forecast for PC shipments by 2 percent.
Tags: PC shipments, IDC, tablets, China
U.S. Calls on China to Stop Cyberattacks
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 12, 2013
National Security Advisor Thomas Donilon accused the Chinese of cyberespionage and warned them to stop.
Tags: China, cyberattack, cyber espionage, government, U.S.
China Calls for Cyberespionage Rules
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 11, 2013
The country, often accused of cyber spying, says it is frequently a victim of cyberattacks, including many that originate in the U.S.
Tags: China, cyberattack, hacking, cyber espionage
China Says Google Has Too Much Control Over Its Smartphone Market
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 05, 2013
A new white paper written by Chinese officials expresses concern about Android's dominance.
Tags: China, Android, Google, smartphone OS
China Accuses U.S. of Hacking Military Sites
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 28, 2013
Tensions build as both countries accuse each other of cyberattacks.
Tags: cyberattack, military, China, hacking, U.S., hack attacks
China Says Hacking Allegations Lack Proof
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 20, 2013
The Chinese government is strongly denying the hacking charges made in a Mandiant report.
Tags: China, government, espionage, cyberattack, Mandiant, U.S., hack attacks
Report Ties Chinese Military to Cyberattacks
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 19, 2013
Security firm Mandiant says the Chinese government is behind attacks on 140 different organizations, including 115 in the U.S.
Tags: China, report, cyberattack, Security Breaches, Mandiant, government
Report: Chinese Cyber-Espionage Campaign Targeting the U.S.
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 11, 2013
A leaked government report says the widespread attacks could threaten the U.S. economy.
Tags: government, cyberattack, espionage, U.S., China
HP Limits Student Labor in China Factories
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 08, 2013
The company has issued new guidelines for suppliers in China that use student interns.
Tags: China, suppliers, labor, HP
More Media Outlets Allege Chinese Hacking Attempts
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 01, 2013
The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and Reuters also appear to have been targeted.
Tags: cyberattack, hack attacks, hackers, China
Chinese Hackers Attack NY Times
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 31, 2013
The paper didn't detect the ongoing attack for four months.
Tags: cyberattack, malware, Symantec, APT, hack attacks, hackers, Advanced Persistent Threat, China
Lenovo Reports Record-Breaking Profits
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 30, 2013
Industry-wide, PC sales are declining, but the Chinese manufacturer had an exceptional quarter, taking market share away from its competitors.
Tags: smartphones, quarterly financials, China, Lenovo, earnings, profits, PC sales
China Passes Tougher Internet Rules
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 28, 2012
The new regulations require Internet users to provide their real names.
Tags: Internet, China, censorship, regulations, government
Report: Conditions Improving Slightly at Foxconn China Plants
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 27, 2012
A separate story says Apple will move Mac Mini production to the U.S.
Tags: Foxconn, China, Mac Mini, Apple, working-conditions
Record-Setting 2M iPhone 5 Sales in China over Weekend
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 17, 2012
Despite the strong sales, Apple's stock fell.
Tags: iPhone 5, iPad Mini, tablet, China, smartphone, Apple
Motorola Streamlines International Supply Chain
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 11, 2012
The Google-owned company is closing a factory in India, selling a factory in China and outsourcing management of a factory in Brazil.
Tags: Motorola Mobility, India, outsourcing, Google, China, Brazil
Samsung Supplier Audit Finds Illegal Practices at Chinese Factories
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 26, 2012
The audit did not uncover any underage workers, but did unearth instances of excessive overtime and tardiness fines.
Tags: suppliers, Samsung, China, labor, audit
Google Experiences Outage in China
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 12, 2012
Observers believe the Chinese government is blocking Google's services in the country.
Tags: outage, China, search, censorship, Gmail, Google Play, Google
Is Foxconn Planning to Open a Factory in the U.S.?
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 08, 2012
Rumors suggest the Chinese firm could make LCD TVs in Detroit or L.A.
Tags: China, United States, Apple, Foxconn
iPhone Supplier Admits to Hiring Underage Workers
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published October 16, 2012
Interns as young as 14 were working at a Foxconn factory in China.
Tags: Foxconn, China, iPhone, Apple
House Report Says Huawei, ZTE Pose Security Risk
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published October 08, 2012
The lawmakers say American companies should not do business with the Chinese firms.
Tags: zte, China, government, Huawei
Foxconn Factory Resumes Production After Riots
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published September 25, 2012
Workers blame harsh security guards for triggering the violence.
Tags: iPhone 5, China, Apple, Foxconn
Foxconn Closes Chinese Factory after Riots
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published September 24, 2012
The Apple supplier continues to be plagued by scandals related to its workforce and working conditions.
Tags: suppliers, Foxconn, Apple, China
The Undercover Report on How the New iPhone 5 Is Made Inside a Foxconn Factory
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 12, 2012
A Shanghai Evening Post reporter worked at Foxconn for ten days. This is his story.
Tags: China, Apple, Foxconn, iphone5
Apple Supplier Foxconn Accused of Forcing 32,000 Students to Work in its Factories
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 11, 2012
The Chinese supplier denies that the interns were forced labor.
Tags: iPhone 5, China, Apple, Foxconn
IT Spending to Grow 6% in 2012, Says IDC
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 10, 2012
IT vendors say sales have been stronger than expected despite the economic problems in Europe.
Tags: China, IT spending, Brazil, Europe, IDC, U.S., India
China's Biggest Search Engine Baidu Enters Mobile Browser Fight
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 05, 2012
The company claims its browser is 20 percent faster than competitors like Safari and Chrome.
Tags: Internet, Baidu.com, mobile, search, browser, China
Foxconn and Apple Improve Conditions
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 22, 2012
The Fair Labor Association says working conditions are getting better in the Chinese factories that make Apple's products.
Tags: Apple, Foxconn, China
Lenovo's Profit Up 30%, Mobile Business Unit Continues to Grow
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 16, 2012
The Chinese company could soon pass HP and become the world's largest PC maker.
Tags: revenue, Lenovo, profits, tablet, HP, smartphone, China, PC, mobile
Baidu Workers Arrested for Deleting Posts for Money
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 06, 2012
China's largest search engine has fired four employees as a result of the scandal.
Tags: Baidu.com, scandal, China, search engine
Mobile Malware Cases Nearly Triple in First Half of 2012, Says NetQin
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 31, 2012
A Chinese security vendor says 13 million phones were infected in the first six months of the year.
Tags: China, malware, Android, security, mobile, Symbian
Apple Pays $60m to settle China iPad Trademark Dispute
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 02, 2012
The company should now be able to sell the new iPad throughout China.
Tags: China, Apple, trademark, iPad
Yahoo to Sell Stake in China's Alibaba for $7.1 Billion
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 21, 2012
The complicated deal ends a year of negotiations between Yahoo and China's largest e-commerce company.
Tags: Yahoo, China
China and U.S. to Co-Operate to Avoid Cyber Cold War
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 08, 2012
Defense ministers from both countries met in Washington and pledged to work together.
Tags: cyberattack, cyberwar, China
China Overtakes U.S. as Largest Smartphone Market, Says Canalys
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 03, 2012
U.S. smartphone shipments rose 5 percent; Chinese smartphone shipments doubled.
Tags: China, smartphone, research
Apple's Profit Nearly Doubles as iPhone Sales Soar
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 25, 2012
Sales in China helped boost the company's bottom line.
Tags: iPad, China, Apple, earnings, iPhone
Why Apple Needs China
By Mike Elgan | Article Published April 25, 2012
Suddenly, China is the key to Apple’s continued profitability and growth.
Tags: China, iPhone, Apple, iPad
Rare Video Footage from Inside a Foxconn iPad Factory
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 12, 2012
The Apple supplier allowed a journalist to film the iPad manufacture process after he exposed a false report.
Tags: video, iPad, Foxconn, Apple, China
DDOS Attacks on Financial Services Firms Explode
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 12, 2012
Most of the attacks originate in China.
Tags: China, DDOS Attack, security
Asian Recruiters on the Prowl for IT Managers
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 05, 2012
A growing number of IT managers from the U.S. and the U.K. are taking work in Southeast Asia.
Tags: IT managers, IT jobs, China
Anonymous Hacks Hundreds of Chinese Government Sites
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 04, 2012
The world's best known hacker group now has a branch in China.
Tags: hackers, hack attacks, Anonymous, China
Chinese Cyberspying Efforts Linked to Former Graduate Student
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 30, 2012
Gu Kaiyuan is linked to persistent hack attacks against Japanese and Indian companies and Tibetan activists.
Tags: security, cyberspying, hack attacks, China
Audit Faults Apple Supplier's Factories in China
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 30, 2012
The Fair Labor Association audit of Foxconn finds excessive overtime, problems with compensation and health and safety violations.
Tags: Apple, audit, China, Foxconn
Apple's Tim Cook Visits Foxconn iPhone Plant in China
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 29, 2012
The Apple CEO also had "great" meetings with Chinese officials.
Tags: Apple, China, tim cook
China Stealing 'Great Deal' of U.S. Military Secrets
By  | Article Published March 28, 2012
The NSA head also said that China was behind the 2011 attacks on RSA.
Tags: military, RSA, security, China, hack attacks
Chinese Hacker Arrested for Leaking 6 Million Logins
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 27, 2012
Some are calling it the biggest hacking case in China's history.
Tags: China, hack attacks
Symantec Dissolves a Chinese Alliance
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 27, 2012
The U.S. security firm worried that working with a Chinese firm would prevent it from obtaining classified information about cyberthreats.
Tags: China, security, Symantec
Tim Cook Is Apple's First CEO to Visit China
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 26, 2012
The Apple chief is meeting with Chinese officials to discuss the company's expansion in that country.
Tags: tim cook, Apple, China
China Extends Probe of Google's Acquisition of Motorola Mobility
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 19, 2012
Chinese approval of the deal is Google's last hurdle before it can complete its acquisition of the smartphone maker.
Tags: merger and acquistion activity, China, Motorola Mobility, Google
Europe Outspends U.S. on Exascale Computing
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 12, 2012
The U.S. Department of Energy will spend $73.4 million on exascale computing this year, compared to $1.6 billion in Europe.
Tags: U.S., exascale, government, supercomputers, Europe, China
Samsung Smartphones Beat iPhone in China 3:1
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 12, 2012
Samsung is extending its lead over its competitor in the world's largest phone market.
Tags: China, Apple, Samsung, smartphone
Court Says Apple Can Still Sell iPads in Shanghai
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 23, 2012
Apple has won one skirmish in its trademark war, but it's still waiting for a decision from a higher court.
Tags: iPad, Apple, trademark, China
Apple Defends Use of iPad Name in Chinese Court
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 22, 2012
No word on when the judge will decide whether Apple can continue to sell iPads in China.
Tags: China, Apple, trademark, iPad
Apple Plans Environmental Audits of China Suppliers
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 21, 2012
The company has agreed to let independent inspectors examine factories belonging to two of its Chinese suppliers.
Tags: environment, China, Apple
Pressure, Chinese and Foreign, Drives Changes at Foxconn
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 20, 2012
The supplier plans to increase salaries and reduce overtime for its workers.
Tags: Foxconn, China
Second City in China Halts Sales of Apple iPads
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 14, 2012
As a result of a trademark dispute, Chinese officials have been seizing existing inventories of the tablet.
Tags: China, iPad




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