Nokia will return to the smartphone market when its licensing agreement with Microsoft expires in 2016, and then the once-dominant mobile company says it
Chinese Internet sourcing giant Alibaba Group is rumored to be close to an agreement with Micromax, a mobile phone manufacturer in India, to purchase
U.S.-based Wal-Mart has found a way to hopefully increase sales by tapping into China's growing e-commerce user base.
Executives from U.S.-based Cyanogen announced at a conference in Beijing that their company would cancel their current agreement with Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus.
U.S.-based Qualcomm has initiated a new program to assist Chinese smartphone manufacturers expand into global marketplaces.
China's Lenovo Group and Japan's NEC agreed to extend their joint venture agreement through 2026.
China Mobile's branches in Shandong, Fujian and Shanxi are reportedly planning employee layoffs and nearly 300,000 staff will lose their jobs.
As part of Microsoft's global employee layoff plan, Nokia's Beijing factory will reportedly cut 3,000 employees.
With China's smartphone prospects booming, an American technology giant is hoping customization for the local market reaps rewards.
Chinese telecommunications provider China Mobile is setting its sights on Asian domination.