A leading space research group in China released the country's first assessment of the current situation and future trends of international space activities on Thursday.
Passengers flying with Air China will soon be able to access the Internet during their flights, the company said on Wednesday after a successful trial run.
Ernst & Young released an industry report on the media and entertainment sector on Tuesday, identifying six trends expected to drive the future of television.
An "invisibility cloak" developed by a team from Zhejiang University can make a goldfish invisible in water and a cat vanish into thin air.
A new app to help English-speakers learn Mandarin with fun and efficiency was launched on Tuesday at the London Book Fair.
Chinese icebreaker Xuelong, or Snow Dragon, sails on the Lombok Strait, Indonesia, April 4, 2014.
Games-playing is being transformed, driven by a wave of new devices like smart phones and tablets, faster Internet connections and the rising interest of players of varied demographics, according to a new report by Ericsson, the world’s largest mobile broadband provider.
China's first test satellite for detecting electromagnetic anomalies from space will launch in 2016 to improve the country's earthquake monitoring network.
China successfully launched an experimental satellite into preset orbit from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in its northwestern gobi desert on Monday morning.
Scientific expedition vessel "Xiangyanghong 10" on Friday officially joined China's oceanic research team.
For many years, science in the Asia-Pacific region has been dominated by Japan, but China is now on pace to catch up.
The 34th Beijing Youth Science Creation Competition will be held from March 27 to 30 in Fangshan district, Beijing.