Some mobile apps that help people squat on WiFi connections may involve violations such as revealing other people's personal data, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said.
China's Tiangong-1 space station has crashed into the South Pacific after re-entering Earth's atmosphere, producing approximately 1.5 tons of debris.
The Ministry of Education has given the go-ahead to Westlake University, China's first private research university, amid innovative efforts to develop a new type of higher educational institute.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has purchased the remaining shares to complete its takeover of food delivery platform Ele.me, according to an internal letter from Ele.me CEO Zhang Xuhao.
China's consumption upgrades picked up pace last year and played a more important role in driving economic growth, said the National Development and Reform Commission in a report.
Apple's latest iOS update allows commuters in Beijing and Shanghai to use Apple Pay on their iPhone and Apple Watch on Metro and bus lines.
Chinese news aggregator Toutiao was found secretly promoting fake advertisements in second and third-tier cities, where market regulation is relatively looser than in Beijing and Shanghai, China Central Television reported.
A bronze water vessel put up for auction in the UK next month may not be a treasure looted from Beijing's Summer Palace in 1860, reported Shanghai-based The Paper, citing relic experts.
Courier companies and individuals engaging in courier services will face fines up to 100,000 yuan ($16,000) if they are caught selling or disclosing users' personal data, according to a new regulation that goes into effect on May 1.
Beijing issued the first blue alert for sandstorms this year on Wednesday as the air quality index soared to hazardous levels.