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Spotlight: Samsung pilloried for smartphone bloatware in China

Samsung is facing a lawsuit in China for preinstalling too many apps on its smartphones, a practice known as bloatware.

OPM breach far worse than first thought: Likely more than 18M victims, links to China uncovered

In the more than two weeks that have passed since the story initially broke, reality has begun to set in on the depth and breadth of the attack on the Office of Personnel Management, one of the worst breaches in federal government history. Some questions still surround the identities of the hackers and the intent for the gathered information, but one thing is clear: The hack was much worse than anyone originally thought.

Spotlight: More on the "China and Russia have the Snowden docs" debate

Here's a different take on the issue of whether or not China and Russia have the Snowden docs that you might want to consider.

US faces what may be largest gov. security breach, China suspected

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management announced Thursday that a cybersecurity breach had occurred in its systems. China is suspected to have carried out the attack.

Spotlight: China keeps crown as top source of attack traffic

China has easily retained its crown as the top source of attack traffic, originating more than three times the observed attack traffic as second place holder U.S., according fourth quarter data compiled by Akamai.

Sponsored data funds BYOD programs in emerging markets

Sponsored data programs are funding mobile data use in emerging markets, including BYOD programs at companies in those regions, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.

News Scan: BBM now available for smartwatches; Motorola returns to China; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Jan. 8, including the new feature BlackBerry is pushing to smartwatches, the return of Motorola to China, how IT leaders can get more out of their markets, the Big 3 remain in their spots in the ADAS market and the latest tether Microsoft is losing from its software.

News Scan: Verizon joins Sprint in cutting jobs; Apple to accept China UnionPay cards in China stores; more

Check out the hottest news items for Nov. 17, including the expected job cuts at Verizon, Apple cozying up to China's UnionPay, the growth on the horizon for 802.15.4 wireless devices, new readable tech from Fujitsu and a plan for iBeacons from Hudson's Bay.

China accused of USPS breach, but could it have been a data broker?

The United States Postal Service, or USPS,  reported this week  that it was hacked. The breach affects over 800,000 employees and all customers who contacted the agency by phone or email between January 1 and August 16, 2014.

Are the days of the mobile phone gold rush in China over?

China, the world's largest mobile phone market, has been seen for years by vendors as a place of seemingly unlimited demand for mobile technology. That time may be over.