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This remote Chinese school has just three students, but with live streaming technology, they share a classroom with hundreds
Chinese government funding technology initiatives aimed at narrowing the gap between the quality of education in rural and urban areas.
Top executives at Apple Inc and Facebook Inc managed to find something to praise Beijing for at an internet conference in China this week, even as its Communist Party rulers ban Western social media and stamp on online dissent.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is the hottest video game of 2017, with more than 15 million copies sold in six months. Now China’s censor wants to ban it
Cyber spies working for or on behalf of China's government have broadened attacks against official and corporate targets in Vietnam at a time of raised tension over the South China Sea, cyber security company FireEye said.
Apple Inc is making it harder for touts to profit from buying iPhones in Hong Kong only to sell them on the black market in China.
It’s the game that has as many active players as there are people on Germany, and it’s sweeping through China. Players say they like it because it connects them with friends, but the authorities are fretting over addiction
All-night gaming marathons will soon end for some Chinese kids: Internet giant Tencent began limiting daily playing times on its smartphone smash hit King of Glory on July 4 to “ensure children’s healthy development”.
Hackers linked with the Vietnamese government are likely targeting Philippine government agencies to gather intelligence related to the maritime dispute in the South China Sea, cybersecurity company FireEye said.
Internet giant Tencent plans to build an e-sports town complete with a university to train the next generation of professional gamers
Uber hit back at Hong Kong authorities Friday after five of its drivers were found guilty of operating without proper licences, in yet another blow to the ride-hailing giant.