‘Bloody’ video game will get socialist makeover for China

Related: How China plans to beat the U.S. at technology "Battlegrounds" is currently distributed to home computers via an online platform called Steam. Over 40% of players are in China, who can circumvent censors by downloading the title via Steam's Hong ... ( read original story ...)

China’s tech ambitions could upset global trade order

Washington officials and major global companies increasingly worry about a new generation of deals that could give China a firmer grip on the technology of tomorrow. Under an ambitious plan unveiled two years ago called Made in China 2025, Beijing has ... ( read original story ...)

The double-edged sword of China

Depressed by the superior technology and wealth of Western visitors ... After Japan invaded Manchuria and, later, mainland China, Tokyo seemed to assume that conquered Asian peoples resented not imperialism in general as much as Western imperialism. ( read original story ...)

ZTE to develop six 5G services with China Mobile

NEW DELHI: ZTE has unveiled its 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), smart home, smart education, big video, and terminal services at China Mobile Global Partners Conference 2017, which features latest 5G achievements and innovative 5G applications. As an ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Space Industry: Arriving At the Final Frontier

The implications of China’s presence in space are far-reaching, in terms of economics, technology and the military In an age when governments and private companies alike are set on human exploration of Mars, another moon landing may seem like back-page news. ( read original story ...)

China Telecom and China Unicom certify u-blox NB-IoT modules

u-blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, announced that its SARA-N2 NB-IoT modules have successfully completed AVL certification with China Telecom and validation with China Unicom. This process includes the SARA-N200 (900 ... ( read original story ...)