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Google Services In China Disrupted

06/02/2014, China and Google do not exactly have the best of relationships if history were to be of any indicator, and it seems that the upcoming 25th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy demonstrations might have played a role in the latest Google...

China Cracking Down On Instant Messaging Apps

05/28/2014, When it comes to censorship and control over their information coming in and out of their country, China has never been shy or particularly diplomatic about their choices. Recently China has been reported to be reconsidering the use of IBM servers in...

China Reportedly Considering Removing IBM Servers From Local Banks

05/27/2014, Recently we heard how China had banned Microsoft’s Windows 8 from being installed on government computers, and now it looks like China could be extending that bank to other companies as well. According to a report from Bloomberg, their sources have...

Man In China Games For 3 Days Straight, Suffers Brain Hemorrhage

05/26/2014, We have seen many times in the past how too much gaming can be a bad thing. Sure, video games are fun, but there are some who just can’t seem to tear themselves away from the computer, which could lead to disastrous health consequences, such as death....

Chinese Company Wants To Build Underwater City

05/22/2014, We’re sure some of you guys have been to places like the zoo where they might have exhibits for underwater animals. Sometimes these exhibits have been designed to make us feel like we’re underwater, and that the animals are swimming above us, kind of...

Microsoft Will Continue Selling Windows 7 To Chinese Government

05/21/2014, According to a report from yesterday, the Chinese government announced that they would be banning the installation of Windows 8 on government computers. They claim that this is due to energy conservation and security reasons, with the former being a...

ZTE Nubia X6 Reportedly Sells Out In 9.8 Seconds

05/20/2014, A couple of months ago, ZTE announced the Nubia X6 phablet. This is ZTE’s current flagship smartphone and it packs some pretty impressive hardware under the hood while maintaining a somewhat decent price tag of around $500. This makes the device a...

China Bans Windows 8 From Government Computers

05/20/2014, When it comes to protecting their privacy and their people from influence from the outside world, China is pretty strict. We’ve seen the country impose pretty strict censorship laws, and it was only recently that they allowed console manufacturers to...

China Reportedly Considering High-Speed Railway From Beijing-US

05/09/2014, China is pretty far from the US, and one of the ways that you can get to China from the US and vice versa is by taking a plane. However it seems that China is thinking that there could be another form of transportation that they could consider – a...

Oppo Find 7 Up For Pre-Order In China

05/07/2014, The Oppo Find 7 was officially announced back in March a couple of months ago. The handset features some pretty high-end hardware that should give the competition a run for their money, and if you had your eyes on the device, you might be interested to...

Mobile Gaming In China Expected To Overtake The US

05/06/2014, While in-app purchases are one way for developers to make extra money, perhaps targeting the Chinese market could be another way as well. According to a report from industry analyst firm, Superdata, they are expecting that China will soon overtake the US...

Xbox One’s Launch In China Will Fail, According To American McGee

05/02/2014, It was just the other day that Microsoft announced that they would be officially bringing the Xbox One console to China this September. The console will be launched in the country and will see Microsoft’s partnership with local company, BesTV. This is...

China Government Sets Regulations For Game Consoles

04/21/2014, It was in the middle of last year that we brought you word where China is considering to lift a 13-year old ban on the sales of game consoles, before the ban was lifted temporarily in that part of the world in January this year. Well, that temporary lift...