Authorities in Shanghai are investigating the attempted sale of babies on eBay's auction site in China, the official China Daily newspaper reported Thursday.
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Microsoft and Intel have decided to back HD-DVD, the next-generation DVD format being developed by the DVD Forum, the companies said in a joint statement.
The Chinese government announced on Sunday a new set of regulations intended to tighten control over news reported on the Internet, but it was not immediately clear what, if any, effect the new regulations will have.
Two Singaporean bloggers have been charged under the country's Sedition Act for allegedly posting racist remarks online, according to a source familiar with the case.
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Yahoo plans to take a significant stake in China's Alibaba.com as part of a strategic partnership between the two companies, a company official said yesterday in Beijing.
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The Chinese government has joined an international antispam effort started by the U.K. and U.S. governments, the U.K.'s Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said Monday.
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Taiwanese hardware maker Giga-byte Technology has stumbled upon a faster way to boot up PCs based on Microsoft's Windows XP operating system.
Lenovo Group Ltd. announced Sunday that its acquisition of IBM Corp.'s PC unit has been completed, saying the process was finished ahead of schedule.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC), the world's largest contract chip maker, plans to begin producing chips using a more advanced 65-nanometer manufacturing process starting in December, the company said Wednesday.
Skype Technologies has signed an agreement with Hong Kong's Hutchison Global Communications (HGC) to offer a co-branded VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service in Hong Kong, Skype said in a statement released Sunday.
The acquisition of IBM's PC business by China's largest PC maker, Lenovo Group may pose a threat to U.S. national security and deserves a closer review by the U.S. Congress and government agencies before a decision is made on whether or not to approve the deal, three U.S. lawmakers said this week.
PeopleSoft won't discuss a sale to Oracle for a price of US$24 per share, the company's board of directors Saturday told Oracle Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Larry Ellison in a letter.