And a quarter of video game consoles
If you are fond of buying cheap smartphones and games consoles from China then you should be aware that a big chunk of them are fake.
Too much cash invested in the lower end
China is widely expected to take the lead in robotic industry, but Digitimes Research thinks that it might have a few problems to overcome first.
Shenzhen company plans to appeal
Over the weekend, a Beijing court overturned a local intellectual property bureau’s ruling that Apple had violated a defunct Shenzhen company’s patented design with the iPhone 6. The ruling is the latest indicates that Chinese courts will not always rule in favor of its home markets.
Scientists fear America not really that great any more
Advanced computing experts at the National Security Agency and the Department of Energy are worried that that China is "extremely likely" to take the leadership in supercomputing as early as 2020.
Beating Huawei, Apple and Xiaomi
Oppo managed a small miracle in 2016. The company achieved 122.2 Year over a Year growth increasing its market share from last year’s 8.2 percent to 16.8 percent, according to IDC beancounters.
Because you can never have enough moles
China seems to expanding its AMOLED capacity, according to Digitimes Research.
Huaxintong headed towards a server near you
It has only been a matter of time before Chinese chipmarkers start to catch up with the West and it looks like Huaxintong Semiconductor Technology will start heading to servers soon.
You can't really call it a super-super computer
China plans to develop a prototype exascale computer by the end of the year, which has left the press searching for a word for what it is building.
Investing $70 billion
China's Tsinghua Unigroup is set to put the fear of god into the chip industry by rapidly expanding its chipmaking capability.