iPhone losing its aura in China amid fierce competitioniPhone losing its aura in China amid fierce competitionApple's iPhone is apparently losing its lustre among Chinese consumers amid increasingly fierce competition from its counterparts in the world's largest mobile phone market.

US ambassador's car minorly damaged in protestUS ambassador's car minorly damaged in protest Gary Locke, the current US ambassador to China. Photo: Agencies The US ambassador to China, Gary Locke, was surrounded in his official…

China launches two satellites for navigation systemChina launches two satellites for navigation systemChina successfully launched another two satellites into space for its indigenous global navigation and positioning network at 3:10 a.m. B…

Former Chongqing police chief Wang Lijun stands trialFormer Chongqing police chief Wang Lijun stands trial Former police chief Wang Lijun speaks during a court hearing in Chengdu in this still image taken from video September 18, 2012. Wang f…

Memorial day adds tension to Diaoyu rowMemorial day adds tension to Diaoyu rowA number of Japanese enterprises have suspended their operations in China on the 81st anniversary of the "September 18 Incident," which d…

Han Han wins piracy lawsuit against BaiduHan Han wins piracy lawsuit against BaiduBaidu, the country's biggest search engine, was ordered to pay more than 80,000 yuan to Han Han, one of China's bestselling author, for p…

'Issuance of business visas not to be halted''Issuance of business visas not to be halted' Photo: Internslink.com Visa agencies said on Sunday that they have received no information that corroborates reports suggesting that C…