The Point Break remake will thrill Chinese moviegoers three weeks before it reaches the viewers stateside. The early release date in China serves as another indicator of the country's box-office prowess.
Apple looks as if it's on the verge of launching its mobile payments service in one of its most important markets after a report Monday suggested iDevice users in China could have access to Apple Pay "by early February."
The most famous hotline of the hour may be Drake's "Hotline Bling, but it may soon be unseated by another hotline -- the space hotline set up between the United States and China to avoid potential interstellar conflicts.
China has good news for you: Known as the "Fifth Space," this high-tech bathroom facility of the future has just debuted in Beijing, and promises to let you get more business done while doing your business.
Amid growing worldwide concerns about security (or lack thereof), China is reportedly undertaking efforts to build its very own secure smartphones, undermining American manufacturers' positions in the booming Asian market.
Google wants to have a presence in China again with the possible launch of the Google Play Store in the country next year. According to Reuters, Google will comply with Chinese law on filtered content.
The Top 500 rankings are a fun way to gauge which countries boast the most powerful rigs in the world. While the U.S. still has the most supercomputers in service, China's TIanhe-2 remains the fastest in the world.
This new material is designed to defeat microwave radar at the UHF band level. With its thin profile, this type of material is applicable to fighter jets, defeating a practical limitation found in previous materials.
Lenovo has reported its first quarterly loss in six years, but investors aren't worried, with revenue higher than expected and a strong future outlook. The company plans to enter the European and U.S. mobile market in 2016.
On Singles' Day, a day of celebration for those without partners, Xiaomi announced it made a whopping $188 million in sales. This comes as little surprise, however, given how entrenched Xiaomi is in the Chinese mobile landscape and its…
Chinese brand LeTv has announced another new phone. The Le 1s is an all-metal device with a surprisingly high specification, but it'll be sold at a low price. The company still intends to launch in the U.S., but is keeping quiet on when…