Twitter's CEO is visiting China this week reportedly to "learn more about Chinese culture and the country's thriving technology sector," though his trip is bound to spark speculation that the micro-blogging service is looking to re-enter the market.
Sina Weibo is one of several Chinese sites planning a U.S. IPO after successful launches for Facebook and Twitter in the last couple of years. The company is hoping to raise $500m in investment.
Chinese auto-parts giant Wanxiang acquired the remains of bankrupt green-car startup Fisker Automotive at public auction, with a winning bid of $149.2 million. Does this mean Fisker production will restart?
Even high-end cars are subject to the occasional recall, but the latest trouble at Aston Martin is staggering. The company will recall 17,950 cars worldwide to fix faulty gas pedal arms.
Tesla will begin selling the Model S in China later this spring, and there's a chance that a local production facility is even in cards for the brand. And Musk is taking the high road on pricing, too.
A theme park featuring a life-size replica of the Titanic is set to be built in China's Sichuan province, with visitors to the 'attraction' able to experience the iceberg collision that took the ship down.
Would you buy a Chinese car? BYD hopes to sell cars in the United States beginning in 2015, but the company's previous attempts to break into the market failed. Will it work this time?
The Chinese gaming industry saw growth of over 38-percent to $13 billion in revenue, mostly from PC gaming. That marks a jump of more than $10 billion in just five years.
Chinese auto-parts supplier Wanxiang wants to buy Fisker Automotive, but Fisker doesn't want to be bought. The company is requesting that a judge go ahead with plans to accept a bid from Hybrid Technology Holdings.
After years of negotiations, Apple has finally inked an iPhone deal with China Mobile, the world's largest wireless carrier. The 5S and 5C phones will launch with the carrier on January 17, the two companies announced Sunday.
Likely a first step towards some form of regulation of the popular digital currency known as Bitcoin, China has forbid banks from processing transactions that directly involve Bitcoin.
Apple appears to have finally struck a deal with China Mobile, the world's biggest wireless carrier with more than 700 million subscribers. It's thought the deal could bring the tech giant an extra 20 million iPhone activations in China in 2014.