A senior scientist working on China's lunar orbiter project said that China has not yet created a timetable for its manned moon landing program.
China successfully launched another two satellites into space for its indigenous global navigation and positioning network at 3:10 am Beijing Time Wednesday.
President Hu Jintao focused on sectors that will play a major role in science and technology during a keynote speech in Tianjin on Tuesday to the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World.
A senior information technology official on Tuesday said China hopes to boost Internet-related cooperation with other emerging countries.
Top scientists from developing countries attend the General Meeting of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World in Tianjin.
China will accelerate the development of broadband web access in a bid to shore up the country's economic and social development.
Beijing's Haidian district court ruled that Baidu, China's most popular search engine, must compensate three writers for failing to protect their copyrights.
A bamboo-made environmentally friendly electronic tricycle, made in Zhenghe county, Fujian province, is shown at a local store on Sunday. The 20,000-yuan ($3,164) tricycle has good sales in the United States and Europe.
ZTE Corp, the world's fourth-largest mobile phone manufacturer by shipments, aims to increase the number of smartphones it produces this year to 35 million, according to a company executive.
With their reputation for building poor-quality passenger vehicles, China's domestic automakers are the frequent target of criticism by global automotive executives, industry experts and media critics.
BAIC Group, the Chinese partner of Daimler AG and Hyundai Motor Corp, plans to list its passenger vehicle arm BAIC Motor Co Ltd on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange next year, according to its president Xu Heyi.
The United States airlines using General Electric Co GEnx jet engines will be required to inspect their planes for signs of the type of flaws that led to a July explosion, the Federal Aviation Administration said.