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Apple Facing Probes In China Over Slowed Down iPhones

01/15/2018, If Apple was hoping for the slowed down iPhone controversy to blow over, it seems that the company could be in for a long fight ahead of them. Not only are they facing probes in the US by various US lawmakers, but a report from Reuters has revealed that...

iPhone X Sales In China & Japan Are Reportedly ‘Stellar’

01/11/2018, When the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus were launched, initial reports suggested that sales of the handsets weren’t that great. This was because it was suspected that many customers were holding out for the iPhone X and waiting to see if the iPhone X would be...


WeChat Accounts Could Be Used As State IDs In China

12/28/2017, WeChat is probably the most used messenger app in China, so it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that over in China, the government is considering using WeChat accounts as state ID. In a report from the Financial Times (paywall; via Engadget),...

China Announces Tax Exemptions, Entices Companies Like Apple To Stay

12/28/2017, It is no secret that that huge tech companies can bring in a lot of money to countries that they operate in, along with other things that could also improve a country’s status, such as job opportunities. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that...

World’s Largest Amphibious Aircraft Completes Maiden Flight

12/24/2017, “Kunlong” or the AG600 is China’s home-grown amphibious aircraft. It’s said to be the world’s largest amphibious aircraft in production. The AG600 has now completed its maiden flight. It took off from the city of Zhuhai in...

China Will Allow Self-Driving Car Testing On Public Roads

12/19/2017, In order to help self-driving cars become safe enough to be used by the public, there needs to be a ton of testing done to ensure that these self-driving cars can do what they say they can, and that they can adapt and react to all kinds of situations that...

Apple Has ‘Moral Obligation’ To Promote Free Expression In China

12/06/2017, Different countries have different laws and regulations, which is why certain things are allowed in some countries and certain things aren’t. This is something that many companies such as Apple have to navigate around, which is why over in China, Apple...

China To Launch Its Own Virtual Reality Theme Park

11/26/2017, Due to the immersive nature of virtual reality (VR) where you don a headset and sometimes headphones that basically blocks out the world around you, it can sometimes feel like a somewhat intimate experience. However over in China, it seems that they’re...

Skype Pulled From The China Apple App Store

11/21/2017, Earlier this year, Apple pulled VPN apps from its App Store in China in order to comply with local laws and regulations. Now it looks like Apple is once again pulling apps from the App Store, and this time it includes certain phone and messaging apps,...

China Thinking About Building A Nuclear-Powered Space Shuttle

11/16/2017, The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, which is the main contractor for the country’s space program, has hinted at an ambitious plan that involves developing a nuclear-powered space shuttle. This was mentioned in a roadmap for...

Alibaba’s Jack Ma Is Now The Star Of His Own Martial Arts Movie

11/14/2017, What do you do when you are a billionaire and also the executive chairman for one of China’s biggest companies? We suppose with so much money and power, anything is possible, and interestingly enough Alibaba’s Jack Ma has decided that he would spend...

Samsung’s Market Share In China Expected To Drop Below 2%

11/13/2017, In the mobile space, Samsung is still a pretty huge name and they are still a big player in the smartphone industry. However it seems that the company is slowly losing their lead in certain markets, such as in China where according to Strategy Analytics,...