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Android store in China sells iPhones

03/21/2012, If you ever set foot in an Android store, the last thing you’ll probably expect to see on sale would be the iPhone – unless you’re in China. A blogger in China recently spotted an unsanctioned Android store in Zuhai city, Guangdong province...

First Windows Phone, HTC Eternity launches in China today

03/21/2012, While news in China doesn’t really affect us on this side of the world, the country received its first taste of Windows Phone today, which warrants some coverage. The first Chinese Windows Phone, available today, comes in the form of the HTC...

NEC 909e launched in China

03/20/2012, NEC has been on a roll with Android phones recently, pushing out quite a large number of devices over the past few months. Well the company has just announced a new device recently, this time targeting the China market. Called the 909e, the Android phone...

HongYuXing Android 4.0 tablet is an affordable $59 in China

03/12/2012, One of the perks of living in China is that you will get access to a ton of extremely cheap gadgets, some of them with specs that aren’t too bad either. Well if you are living in China at the moment, or if you know a way to import devices from China,...

Man gets caught trying to smuggle iPhones into China

03/06/2012, Since iPhones sell for $125 more in China than they do in Hong Kong, quite a number of smugglers have been bringing phones across the border to make a quick buck. Well, one smuggler that had the same idea wasn’t so lucky when he was caught by...

iPhone-branded stoves seized in China

02/24/2012, We all know that China has a reputation when it comes to imitation products or using the name and logo of a more popular product when it comes to naming its own products. Well it looks like the theft of the iPhone brand has been taking to new heights (or...

iPad 2S/iPad 3 cases go on sale

01/19/2012, Around this time last year, when iPad 2 rumors were in full-swing, leaked cases were all the rage when it came to figuring out what the next generation iPad would look like. Well, it looks like the trend has gone full circle again, with cases allegedly...

China’s Youngman JNP6250G is one huge bus

01/18/2012, How big does a bus need to be? Well, it needs to be pretty big if its aim is to help cut down traffic congestion in the world’s most populated country, China. That’s where the Youngman JNP6520G busses come in. Touted as the world’s...

ZTE wants in on China, US markets

01/17/2012, Remember our earlier story on how ZTE has overtaken Apple globally in terms of handset shipments? Well, ZTE currently stands fourth in terms of world rankings where handset manufacturers are concerned, but the bulk of their orders come in the form of...

Concept Apple iPhone is amusing

01/17/2012, There are tons of concept designs put out by people out there, trying to imagine the next iPhone, and while most of them can be serious, some of them are outright silly. However, this “Real Apple iPhone” concept from China falls somewhere in...

China boasts over half a billion Internet users

01/16/2012, China’s government might be pretty restrictive when it comes to what their citizens can and cannot see over the Internet, while ensuring not a single person of the general populace is able to own a Facebook account, but that does not mean Internet...

3D TV channel launched in China

01/03/2012, China seems to be pretty future forward these days, what with them having tested a 500km/h train, and now testing a free 3D TV channel for the masses. China Central Television will be operating the channel, where it will work alongside five local stations...

China tests train that hit 500km/h

12/28/2011, Imagine getting across the country on a train that is capable of hitting speeds of up to 500km/h – don’t you think that this is going to be a treat? It would eliminate the hassle of checking in an hour earlier for domestic flights, as well as...

RenBen tablet from China features dual-SIM capabilities

12/21/2011, If there’s one thing you’ve got to love about all these obscure tech companies in China is that they don’t play according to the rules. The results are devices that are rather innovative in design, although we’re not sure how marketable they are,...