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China’s market leading car- and taxi -hailing app Didi Kuaidi launched its new business Didi Chauffeur in Beijing on Tuesday, just days after authorities in Shanghai cracked down on unlicensed private car services.

Wang Sicong, the only son of China’s richest man and Dalian Wanda Group chairman Wang Jianlin, has found his way back into the media spotlight after he complained about an online shop leaking his personal data.

The Post's WU NAN speaks to Li Tao, former vice-president of Qihoo 360 Technology who left last year to launch his own start-up - the Apus Group.

A Hong Kong foundation has teamed up to open a business school at a British university to promote innovation and cultural exchanges between China and the UK.

All seven members of China's supreme Politburo Standing Committee, along with former presidents, sent condolence wreaths to the funeral of Lu Ping, a key architect of Hong Kong's handover, in Beijing.

China’s 'internet plus' strategy, announced in early March, promised to integrate mobile Internet, cloud computing and big data for manufacturing and promote the development of e-commerce, industrial networks and internet banking.

BaiduEye shows how the Chinese search giant is innovating in areas outside of its core business, according to one of the firm's chief scientists.

The future of driving will be as easy as riding a horse which knows where its going and how to get there, according to Chinese web giant Baidu's top artificial-intelligence (AI) researcher.

One of the top challenges facing young people on the mainland, especially those who want to start their own businesses, is the cost of finding a place to live, especially in big cities.

JD Worldwide will allow Chinese shoppers to buy imports from US firms such as Nike, Starbucks and Ocean Spray Cranberries, as well as products from countries like Australia, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

LeTV, one of China's largest video streaming websites, has made its first foray into the country's crowded smartphone market with the launch of what it calls its 'superphone'.

Mac Li, a software engineer in his 20s, started lining up in front of an Apple store in Beijing just after 6am today – and became the second customer to try on an Apple Watch in the city.

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Dr Liu Ruopeng is an ambitious man. One of his dreams is to produce the long-awaited flying jackets that can allow people to travel in the air without getting on a plane.

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Apple customers in China will be able to trade-in their old iPhones and iPads in order to upgrade to the latest models, a spokeswoman told the South China Morning Post.