A senior Chinese official urged Apple to “actively respond” to claims by Chinese authors that their work is being sold without a license in the App Store.
Soldiers try using new anti-drowsy glasses in Xinjiang Military Region, April 20, 2012.
ZTE Corp, the fourth largest handset producer in the world, said it plans to ship more than 30 million smartphones this year, up from 15 million in 2011.
The Chinese supercomputer Tianhe-1A has become one of the world's fastest supercomputers to go into extensive use, the National Supercomputer Center in Tianjin (NSCC-TJ) announced Monday.
China will have "a great opportunity" to show it's a powerhouse of innovation at one of the world's key technology fairs.
Chinese and Filipino hackers "exchanged fire" in cyberspace over the weekend, adding to the two countries' recent tensions over disputes in the South China Sea.
Over the next 10 years, China has decided to invest 4 trillion yuan ($634.8 billion) on water conservation projects and has plans to double the average amount spent on the industry every year.
China denied Friday a U.S. accusation that the progress China has made in space exploration should be partially attributed to espionage.
A paper released on Thursday concerning the development of environmental protection in 2011 said action taken by the Chinese public became a major force in the drive amid several environmental disasters.
China will work to further improve technologies to develop faster high-speed trains and enhance safety.
Experts said a lack of knowledge and professional guidance is preventing patients with skin diseases from being cured.
A record speed was achieved by a high-speed test train made by China's largest train maker, Beijing News reported Thursday.