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China Introduces World’s Longest High Speed Railway

12/27/2012, By now, you probably experienced enough travel headaches to last you another year now that both Thanksgiving and other major holidays are over. Many of you probably traveled by plane, train or automobile to get back home to spend the holidays with your...

China looking to tighten control over internet access

12/26/2012, Governments have always tried their hand at controlling the internet and the information that users posted. Some claim it is due to national security, while others approach it from an intellectual property angle, although in the case of China, word has it...

iPhone 5 Debut In China Is Slow

12/14/2012, It’s the 14th of December, and if you can still recall, today is the day for China to begin selling Apple’s iPhone 5. We’re curious to know how the debut goes, and if, similar to the iPad mini launch last week, will it still be...

iPad Mini & iPad 4 Debut in China Looks Underwhelming

12/07/2012, Today is presumably a big day in China. That’s because the iPad mini and the iPad 4 are officially launching in the country today. You can recall that Apple broke the news last week saying that its iPhone 5 will be making its way into China on the...

Microsoft And China Unicom Partner To Give Windows Phone A Boost

12/07/2012, Both Microsoft and China Unicom have come together so that the latter can help give the former a leg up when it comes to Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system. Stephen Elop, chief executive officer of Nokia, mentioned earlier this week that China...

7 Chinese Jailed In “Kidney For iPad” Trial

11/30/2012, Last year, we wrote to you about a boy in China who carelessly sold his kidney in order to buy an iPad 2. With the 20,000 yuan, roughly $3,085, that he received from the illegal operation, the 17-year old boy spent the “dirty money” on an iPad...

iPhone 5 Receives Network Access License In China

11/29/2012, Apple is working hard to gain the approval of selling the iPhone 5 in China. Finally, its efforts are paying off. That’s because the Ministry of Industry and Technology of the People’s Republic of China has just rubber stamped the iPhone 5,...

Samsung Settles Labor Issues In China

11/26/2012, The efforts of China Labor Watch, a New York-based non-government organization, are finally paying off. That’s because Samsung is hearing enough of the complaints and is now launching an initiative to address the unfair labor practices reported on...

China investigating housewives for smuggling iPhones and iPads

11/16/2012, According to Reuters, around 26 suppliers for China’s largest online iPhone store, Lanyou Shuma.com, were ordered to appear in court on Wednesday this week for smuggling iPhones and iPads in the country. It is estimated that over 162,000 iPhones and...

Android Hits 90% Market Share In China

11/15/2012, When China sneezes, the whole world ought to sit up and take notice. After all, they do have the most people in the world as a country, and are right now the second largest economy in the world after the US, with predictions of them overhauling the US in...

China Blocked Google.com (Updated)

11/09/2012, November 10 — Greatfire.org is reporting that you can again access Google in China. The DNS poisoning only lasted about 12 hours.  They’ve also got great speculation and analysis about the ramifications and reasons behind the blocking. ...

Zophone i5 is the most accurate iPhone 5 clone in China

11/05/2012, iPhone 5 clones are popping everywhere in China. According to sources, one of the most, if not the best, iPhone 5 clones to ever hit the Chinese consumer electronics market is the Zophone i5. The Zophone i5’s limitations are obvious. That’s...