China compiles its own Wikipedia, but public can't edit it

China is compiling a free online encyclopedia to rival Wikipedia ... chief editor of the history of science and technology section. "Of course, science does not come from democratic votes, to convince others you will have to present the most convincing ... ( read original story ...)

China's tech companies seek profits in the medical industry

China's health care industry is infected. Not with some lingering malaise, but with a passion for high technology that promises a cure for the problems of a rapidly graying population. The widespread application of advanced technology, such as artificial ... ( read original story ...)

China to Start Security Checks on Technology Companies in June

BEIJING—China will launch new security reviews on foreign and domestic technology suppliers starting June 1, implementing a key element of its new cybersecurity law aimed at tightening state control over technology and information. The review will apply ... ( read original story ...)

China Mobile Tests VNFs with Enea’s Software

China Mobile is using Enea’s NFV Core platform in its test lab to validate a variety of virtual network functions (VNFs). For the tests, China Mobile is also using Cavium’s ARM-based ThunderX COTS hardware. The Chinese operator is testing vCPE, vEPC ... ( read original story ...)

China to launch Wikipedia rival in 2018

These are external links and will open in a new window China is to launch an online version of its national encyclopaedia next year, to compete with Wikipedia. Officials said more than 20,000 people had been hired to work on the project, which will feature ... ( read original story ...)

China Unicom Net Profit Up 79.3% In Q1 2017

China Unicom's financial and operating statistics for the first quarter of 2017 shows that the company achieved revenue of CNY69.005 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 1.9%; and its net profit was CNY862 million, a year-on-year increase of 79.3%. ( read original story ...)

Mobile marketing company MobAir launches in China

MobAir, the mobile app marketing platform, is launching into China in a bid to take advantage of the explosive growth in mobile advertising. The company, which has worked with Chinese advertisers since 2015 including Aliexpress, Baidu and McDonalds, is ... ( read original story ...)