China, much like the United States, has ambitious goals related to the spread of green car technology among its population.
A Congressional report due to be released later today is expected to recommend that Chinese telecoms firms Huawei and ZTE pose a potential security threat to the US.
Chinese gamer lives in an Internet café for two months.
Apple supplier Foxconn has been forced to shut down its Taiyuan factory in China after a riot involving 2,000 workers broke out late last night.
Famed Avatar director James Cameron and Vince Pace have teamed up to market potentially lucrative 3D technology in China.
Five people have gone on trial in China after a teenager sold a kidney to buy an iPad.
Blizzard president Mike Morhaime has confirmed that an unnamed team of hackers managed to breach Battle.net's digital perimeter.
Hot summer days in large cities are often accompanied by vehicle and industrial emissions that makes breathing difficult and unhealthy.
If the Sony PS Vita and a Google Nexus 7 tied up in a drunken love fest after a late night of gaming, the resulting love child would probably be the Droid X360.
Human beings pumped out three percent more carbon dioxide last year than the year before, to reach an all-time high of 34 billion tonnes.
The latest version of Apple's iPad is due to launch in China on July 20.
On a single day last week shares in a Colorado-based mining company Molycorp rose dramatically by 12 percent on the stock exchange.
China has successfully carried out its first manned space docking, according to official state media.
Smartphone shipments increased 41% year-over-year to 144.6 million as of the quarter ending March 2012.
Beijing has reiterated its long-standing offer to cooperate with the United States in space.
China has announced plans for its first manned space docking, and says it will launch the mission as early as this month.
Google searches in China are notoriously difficult, thanks to the country's notorious filtering system. Now, though, Google's aiming to help by warning users when a search is likely to fail.
A number of legislators have expressed concern in recent years over the use of Chinese manfauctured electronic components in US military hardware.
China's economic boom has brought with it a craze for new inventions. Television shows and blogs feature the ideas of amateur inventors from across the vast country.
US Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta believes Washington and Beijing must work together to avoid "misconceptions" in the volatile cyber arena.