Employees hurt in a December blast claim management warned them not to speak with inspectors.
A lower court says Apple will be allowed to sell the iPad around Shanghai, but similar attempts to ban the device are being brought to other courts around the country.
Mitsubishi Electric says its new technology will allow elevators in the Shanghai Tower, under construction, to travel some 40 mph.
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Shades of the Proview case? Household chemicals maker Jiangsu Xuebao claims to own the Snow Leopard trademark -- well, the Chinese translation, anyway.
The next big meeting of the group that administers the Internet will take place in Beijing, in a bid to win over one-fourth of the Net's users.
A ZTE executive tells Reuters the company plans to sell TD-LTE handsets by year's end to address an expanding market.
According to reports from Apple's supply chain, the company has been even more focused on cutting costs and maintaining quality in its supply chain since Tim Cook took over.
It will reportedly open new brick-and-mortar venues in Chengdu and Shenzhen. But if it does, might it face an injunction targeting the iPad?