Michael KanBeijing Correspondent, IDG News Service

Michael Kan covers IT, telecommunications, and the Internet in China for the IDG News Service.

China Unicom sells 100,000 iPhone 4s in first four days

After debuting in China this weekend, iPhone 4 sales have hit the 100,000 mark.

Apple Peel, which turns iPods into iPhones, coming to US

A Chinese-developed product that can turn an iPod touch into an iPhone-like device is being prepared for an American release.

iPhone 4 shortage hits Chinese stores

Stores in China have begun reporting to sell out the iPhone 4 two days after the device went on sale

Chinese Apple fans line up for iPhone 4 launch

iPhone 4 started selling in mainland China over the weekend.

iPhone 4 to launch in China on Sept. 25

Apple is launching its iPhone 4 in China on Saturday, Sept. 25.

China Unicom to sell iPhones with local Wi-Fi support

China Unicom is preparing to sell iPhones with Wi-Fi capabilities later this this month.

iPad clears government hurdle in China

Apple's iPad has received a safety certification mark from Chinese regulators, putting it on a path that could see the future release of the tablet in China.

Apple takes a step toward adding Wi-Fi to Chinese iPhones

Apple appears to have moved a step closer to delivering an iPhone with Wi-Fi capabilities to the Chinese market.

Google says China has renewed its content provider license

The Chinese government has renewed Google's Internet Content Provider (ICP) license, the company announced Friday in an update to an earlier blog posting.

Google makes further investment in Chinese music site

Google has made a further investment in Chinese online music provider Top100.cn, it confirmed this week, even as the U.S. search giant waits to hear if its license to operate in China will be renewed.

Google's China license problem remains unresolved

After five days of waiting, Google is still in the dark about whether the company's operating license in China will be renewed.

Google's license to operate Google.cn site still in limbo

Chinese officials have not said whether they will renew Google's operating license, which expired Wednesday.