The microblogging powerhouse sells nearly a quarter less shares than anticipated.
Even with the strictest secrecy in place, it seems Apple can't trust its lastest iPhone with popstars these days.
Users of the microblogging service must not harm China's unity, speak unkindly of the country's constitution, promote rumors, or spread superstitions.
After government criticism and a temporary shutdown of Web comments, China's biggest microblogging site plans to introduce a "user contract" that could impede the free flow of information.
The Twitter-like service has warned its more than 300 million users that it banned some accounts for allegedly spreading rumors across the Web.
While Facebook itself is blocked by the Chinese government, Facebook-owned Instagram is growing fast in that country.
A couple of photos spilled online by Jimmy Lin claim to show the new iPhone 6 side by side with a 5S.
Leaked screenshots suggest that Preview and TextEdit apps from your Mac are coming to iOS 8 as well as Apple's fitness tracker Healthbook.
Security firm Qihoo 360 says hackers gained control of some Tesla Model S functions -- but skimps on details of how the car was hacked.
New images show the Nokia logo, a back button, and a screen full of apps. But will the rumored phone ever really see the light of day?