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In a depressingly familiar tale, a Chinese man tries to fetch his phone, having dropped it in the loo. Firemen are called.
The rare and colorful lights sometimes seen before major earthquakes could come from electric charges in certain types of rock.
If you don't care about authenticity, the New Century Global Center has everything you could want, including an artificial Mediterranean village.
The two rivals lead a list of technology firms donating money in response to Saturday's powerful earthquake in China.
A congressional committee wants to know whether this telecommunications powerhouse is a national security threat. Why? CNET went to China to find out.
Optus is beefing up the number of streaming television channels offered for its MeTV PVR (turned online media streamer), with a choice of four foreign-language packs.
A maker of flour and noodles reportedly receives a letter from Apple, asking it to change its logo, which might seem, to objective eyes, to resemble LG's more than Apple's.
Apple has accused a China-based food company of copyright infringement, saying its logo is too similar to its own. Is this a step too far?
The country, which holds a third of the world's reserves of specialty metals, eats up to 60 percent of global supply for use in consumer gadgets, medical equipment, and hybrid cars.
Many filmmakers at Sunday's Academy Awards used Apple's Final Cut Studio to edit their movies.