Apple Pay faces an uphill climb in race to bring mobile payments to China. UnionPay stalled negotiations after worries about increased competition rise. Chinese regulators also expressed concern over security.
In a likely effort to curb Qualcomm's success, China imposed a $1 billion fine on the company. Both Qualcomm and China agreed to the settlement, which stemmed from China accusing the chipmaker of imposing anti-competitive licensing…
Samsung's loosened grip on the Chinese market in 2014 shouldn't come as a huge surprise, seeing how the company already had a less-than-stellar overall 2014. While Samsung is still on top, its lead has been trimmed tremendously.
A Hong Kong man thought he could smuggle nearly 100 iPhones into China by strapping them to his body. However, his cunning plan was foiled when border officials noticed his walking style was anything but natural.
OnePlus sold close to 1 million units of its “flagship killer” in 2014. In 2015, the company will launch two new smartphone models: a new flaghship expected to be dubbed the OnePlus Two and a new model that emphasizes design over specs.
Now that its acquisition by Lenovo is complete, Motorola announced that it will return to China with the Moto X, Moto X Pro, and Moto G with 4G LTE. The Moto X will be available before Spring Festival, while the latter two will be available…
Online retailer Alibaba's mobile payment service Alipay is being used for more than half of its transactions now, showing the rapid growth of mobile shopping. Mobile purchases skyrocketed throughout all of China, reaching even remote areas.