|U.S. renews ZTE license to operate in the U.S. temporarily|
The US Commerce Department has granted Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE another extension of the temporary general license to allow US companies to continue doing business with ZTE. ZTE says the further extension of interim relief will let it continue serving customers, partners and suppliers in the United States, and the company is looking forward to investing in other global technology economies.
|Apple down to No. 5 in Chinese smartphone market?|
U.S. tech giant Apple now ranks the No. 5 in China's smartphone market. The latest report from the IDC shows Apple's smartphone sales in the second quarter of this year plummeted 32% from a year ago, dropping it down to No. 5 in the market from No. 3.
|China scientists launch world's first quantum satellite|
China is leading the world in quantum technology with the its latest satellite launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Center in the Gobi Desert, northwest China's Gansu Province in the early hours of Tuesday.
|Preparation for China's first quantum satellite launch nearly completed|
Chinese engineers say the preparation for the launch of the country's first quantum satellite later this month is almost finished. The chief designer says the satellite has been loaded onto the carrier rocket. All indicators for the satellite are said to have met requirements.
|China's manned spacecraft Shenzhou-11 reaches launch ground|
China's Shenzhou-11 spaceship, set to take two astronauts into space, was delivered to the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China on Saturday. General assembly and testing will begin at the center ahead of its launch scheduled for mid-October, said a statement by China's manned space engineering office.
|China's new imaging satelitte accurate to 1m in distance|
China launched a new high-resolution imaging satellite that is accurate to one meter in distance. It will be used for disaster warning, weather forecasting, water resource assessments, and the protection of maritime rights.
|Chinese scientists claim possible breakthrough in HIV cure|
According to an article published online by Nature magazine, Chinese scientists have identified a unique subset of virus-specific CD8+ T cells playing a pivotal role in the control of viral replication during chronic infection.
|China tests homegrown transit elevated bus on road|
China has road tested its homegrown transit elevated bus - or TEB - in Qinhuangdao, north China's Hebei Province.
|China completes test ignition of largest solid-fuel rocket motor|
China has completed the test ignition of its largest solid-fuel rocket motor in the northwest city of Xi'an.
|China's Chang'e-3 confirms lack of water in moon's Mare Imbrium|
China's Chang'e 3 lunar probe has proven that there is no water on the moon. The lunar-based ultraviolet telescope on China's Chang'e-3 has confirmed that no water exists in an ancient lunar "sea" known as Mare Imbrium.
|China's first home-made supercapacitor tram unveiled|
China's first independently designed supercapacitor tram rolled off the production line in central China's Hunan Province Monday.
|Chinese consumers show rising interest on self-driving cars: report|
Chinese consumers showed rising interest in self-driving cars despite concerns over safety, a ten-country report showed Monday. In China, about 81 percent of the surveyed consumers were willing to try autonomous cars, an increase from 75 percent last year.
|Chang'e 3 gathers plenty of data in past 30 months|
China's lunar probe Chang'e 3 has been roaming around the moon for the last two and a half years. Working for 33 lunar nights, it now has the honor of being the probe which has operated the longest on the moon's surface. It's collected 7 terabytes of data including pictures and videos.
|New rocket engine could revolutionize air travel|
Engineers in the UK are busy developing a revolutionary rocket engine which may one day change the nature of air travel, taking passengers from London to Sydney on a journey lasting just four hours.
|China starts building its first polar icebreaker|
China is planning to build its first domestically produced polar icebreaker. The new vessel is designed to break 1.5 meter thick ice at 2 to 3 knots sailing speed. Shanghai-based Jiangnan Shipyard Co., Ltd made the announcement Friday, saying construction will start by the end of this year.
|China becomes brightest Nature Index 2016 Rising Star|
Forty of China's science and research institutions have dominated the 'Nature Index 2016 Rising Stars' chart, with the Chinese Academy of Sciences taking the lead.
|China eyes world-class cyber-tech multinationals|
China aims to develop a number of cyber-tech multinationals by 2025, according to an official statement on Wednesday. The "Outline of National IT Development Strategy" will steer IT development in China for the next decade.
|Tesla unveils new battery-production gigafactory|
Tesla Motors has unveiled its 5 billion-US Dollar battery "gigafactory" outside Reno, in Nevada. The company is opening the plant earlier than expected in order to ramp up production of its Model 3 sedan.
|China starts developing new-era exascale supercomputer|
Scientists have started to develop a sample machine that will play a part in the development of a new era supercomputer capable of a billion-billion calculations per second, researchers said Tuesday.
|Solar Impluse 2 takes off on final leg of round-the world journey|
An aircraft powered by solar energy left Egypt on Sunday on the last leg of the first ever fuel-free flight around the globe. Solar Impulse 2 took off from Cairo in darkness en route to Abu Dhabi, its final destination.
|Chinese scientists to start CRISPR Cas9 trial in August|
A group of Chinese scientists is likely to become the first in the world to inject people with cells modified using the CRISPR Cas9 gene-editing technique. A team at a hospital in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu is planning to test such cells on lung cancer patients.
|Facebook drone completes test flight|
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company's solar-powered drone has completed a successful test flight. Zuckerberg posted on his Facebook page that the 'Aquila' flew at a high altitude for 96 minutes in Yuma, Arizona.
|Chinese HPV vaccine in final stages of clinical testing|
A China-developed vaccine for HPV, or Human Papilloma Virus, is currently in the final stages of clinical testing. The vaccine is expected to be available in China within two years once it has been approved by Chinese regulators.
|Picture Books Interest Children Readers with Animal Tales|
The China Children's Press and Publication Group has recently published a series of animal tales that help children readers investigate the science of the animal kingdom.
|A new 3D printing lab for future space exploration|
The European Space Agency is no stranger to using the latest technology to help in their exploration of outer space.