US businesses are starting to get a little worried about what's seen as a new spirit of McCarthyism which is starting to kick off in Washington.
Just after Apple CEO Tim Cook apologised to China for selling customers short on their warranties, it has emerged that Cupertino has had to remove books banned by the country's government from the iTunes store.
After an internet campaign by Apple fanboys protesting its innocence, Cupertino has finally confessed to cheating its Chinese customers.
China-based Lenovo is reportedly eyeing a grand entrance to the chip business, with a specific focus on silicon for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Despite an internet campaign to pressure the Chinese government to overlook Apple's dubious warranty practices, it looks like Apple fanboys behind the bamboo curtain will have to be protected from the company after all.
The new McCarthyism which is infecting Washington at the moment has caused Sprint to dump the Chinese phone making equipment maker Huawei.
Google's highly versatile Android operating system currently dominates the lucrative mobile market in China, where 300 million are expected to use the OS by the end of 2013.
As part of the country's drive to embrace open source software, China has contracted Canonical to help build an OS specifically with Chinese users in mind.
Google's Eric Schmidt has called China the "most egregious" example of a country trying to control the net.
US companies are looking further into China in a bid to boost business.
Apple has managed to avoid boiling in hot water in China after moves to promote a show exposing the way it discriminated against Chinese customers were marred by a Twitter promotion for the show.
The state run CCTV chanel ran its annual outing of corporate malpractice in a highly influential show watched by millions of Chinese people.
A senior White House official has demanded that China stop hacking US computer systems and agree to a set of international rules on behavior in cyberspace.
A slick tablet has turned up from Chinese manufacturer Cube that offers an uber-high resolution (1920 x 1200) 10.1-inch display
Chinese censors work very, very quickly, it seems, with a new report concluding that they're getting rid of unwanted posts on local Twitter clone Weibo almost immediately.
Global warming over the last ten years or so would have been more extreme if it weren't for volcanoes, says a team from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
China's Defense Ministry has accused the US of repeated cyberattacks on its website, along with a People's Liberation Army news site.
China now has more active Android and iOS devices than any other country, knocking the US off the top spot.
Security company Mandiant says it's found clear evidence that a Chinese military unit is behind hacking attacks on more than 140 organizations over the last seven years.
Tea is not just another hot drink in China, it’s a way of life — something valuable enough that a building can be built just for drinking it slowly in a contemplative natural setting.
The New York Times has revealed that it's been repeatedly hit by Chinese hackers over the last four months, possibly in retaliation for an investigation into the family of the Chinese prime minister.