- The trial of the former Chongqing party secretary and rising star for bribery, corruption and abuse of power begins on Thursday.
- For one 77-year-old man, having three sons still leaves him living on the street.
- China's largest office building cost 4 billion yuan to construct, and is second largest in the world to the Pentagon. However, some Chinese believe this is a misuse of taxpayer money.
- What inspires China's energetic Internet community? Why is the government so worried about it?
- A look back at China and Google's history against each other.
- First Sony, then Lockheed Martin and Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), and now none other than Google.... Hackers are spreading their malicious nets every nook and corner.
- A cyber attack that originated from the Chinese city of Jinan that selectively targeted key government officials in the U.S. and its allies has focused uneasy limelight on China, even as the western governments are tinkering with their military rule books to call cyber attacks 'acts of war'.
- Google said that Gmail email accounts in United States and Asia have been penetrated by hackers who stole the passwords through a phishing scam. Many of the accounts broken belonged to senior US government officials Chinese political activists, military personnel, and journalists.
- Google announced it has discovered a phishing scam based in China, looking to uncover email passwords of important government officials.
China Wi-Max Communications, Inc. (CHWM.OB) and Dragon Telecom International Agree to Contract TermsChina Wi-Max Communications, Inc. announced today that they have agreed to a wholesale carrier agreement with Dragon Telecom International, Ltd. of Hong Kong. The agreement gives CHWM access to 2.5 Gbps which can be expanded to 10Gbps and 100Gbps via dual fiber connection between Hong Kong and mainland China in the future. [...]