Millions of Android smartphones in China at risk from Heartbleed bug

Reports have confirmed that Android is not immune to the Heartbleed bug that allows hackers or cybercriminals to steal passwords and other personal information, including bank account numbers.

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Cancer Remains Top Killer in Beijing

For the seventh consecutive year, cancer continues to be the major cause of death in the capital city Beijing even though health officials said general health of residents in the city improved last year. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S5 Vulnerable to Fingerprint Spoofing

Security Research Labs penetrated the Galaxy S5's fingerprint sensor only four days after the smartphone hit worldwide markets. The same laboratory last September used the same fingerprint spoofing ploy to deceive Apple's iPhone 5S into opening.
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Strong Military Key to China's Growth, Security

Chinese President Xi Jinping said strong military power is the key to China's continued development and security. Read More »

World

Death Toll in South Korea Sea Tragedy Climbs to 4

At least four people were confirmed dead while around 292 passengers were still missing after a South Korean ferry, carrying 459 passengers and 20 crew members, capsized off the waters of the southern coast, the biggest sea tragedy to hit the country in more than 20 years.
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Tech

Samsung Galaxy S5 Vulnerable to Fingerprint Spoofing

Security Research Labs penetrated the Galaxy S5's fingerprint sensor only four days after the smartphone hit worldwide markets. The same laboratory last September used the same fingerprint spoofing ploy to deceive Apple's iPhone 5S into opening.
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Travel

Italy Simplifies Visa Rules for Chinese Applicants

The number of Chinese citizens visiting Italy for tourism or business purposes is expected to significantly increase in the next few months after the Italian government said it has simplified visa procedures for Chinese applicants. Read More »

Business

China's Q1 Economic Growth Slowest in 18 Months

China's economy expanded by 7.4 percent in the first quarter (Q1) of this year, better than what economists expected, but remains the slowest in 18 months according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics.
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Culture

China's Auction House Bids for Detroit's Art Works

Mainland China's largest auction house, Poly International Auction, said it is ready to spend up to US $1 billion to buy Chinese art works from the Detroit Institute of Arts in Detroit, USA.
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Society

Cancer Remains Top Killer in Beijing

For the seventh consecutive year, cancer continues to be the major cause of death in the capital city Beijing even though health officials said general health of residents in the city improved last year. Read More »

Sports

China’s paralyzed former gymnast Sang Lan gives birth to a baby boy

China’s paralyzed former gymnast Sang Lan gives birth to a healthy baby boy in Beijing on Monday, her family announced on China's Twitter-like site Weibo. Read More »