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Samsung Pay To Launch In China This March

02/19/2016, Just like Apple, Samsung also announced that they would be expanding to China last December with a partnership with UnionPay. However the question is when will that happen? Samsung Pay’s expansion plans were supposed to be announced at MWC, but it looks...

Apple Pay Has Officially Launched In China

02/17/2016, A few days ago it was rumored that Apple Pay could be officially launched in China this week. Turns out the rumors were true because according to a report from Reuters, Apple Pay has been officially launched in the country, and apparently with support for...

Mobile Payments Rocket In China Over The Lunar New Year

02/10/2016, For those who don’t celebrate the Lunar New Year, one of the traditions of the holiday is that elders give the younger generation red packets, also known as “hong bao”. These red packets typically contain money and is something that kids usually...

Fake Apple Stores In China Are On The Decline

01/26/2016, Due to stricter copyright laws and laws to protect intellectual property in the US, finding a fake Apple retail store is next to impossible. However over in China, such stores used to run rampant several years ago where not only did the shops look like...

China Working On A Floating Nuclear Power Plant

01/24/2016, There are many countries in the world that use nuclear power plants to generate electricity, even though there are risks associated with these power plants, look no further than what happened at Fukushima. Since nuclear power plants pose a safety risk...

Netflix CEO Is Hopeful China Will Let Them Though Its Firewall

01/19/2016, The Great Wall of China was built in ancient times, it’s believed to have opened in 206 BC, and modern-day China has taken inspiration from that man-made wonder to make a similar great wall but this one is for the internet. Nothing moves through...

China Wants To Explore The Dark Side Of The Moon In 2018

01/15/2016, You would think that because the moon is round, that it should look roughly the same all around, right? However, there is the dark side of the moon, which is basically the side that we don’t see since the moon orbits around us, which according to...

Microsoft Will Tailor Windows 10 For Chinese Government

12/20/2015, Some of you guys might recall that last year, the Chinese government had kicked up quite a bit of fuss regarding Windows 8, claiming that it would be used by the US government to spy on them. With those sentiments, we can only imagine that they can’t be...

Samsung Pay To Arrive In China Via UnionPay Partnership

12/18/2015, Yesterday it was announced that Apple Pay will be making its way to China in early 2016, thanks to a partnership with UnionPay. Given that we have been hearing these rumors for a while, it’s nice to know that they have been confirmed. Now Samsung Pay...

Apple Pay Coming To China With UnionPay Partnership

12/17/2015, While it is probably Apple’s goal to eventually bring Apple Pay to every country possible, one of their key markets is said to be China in which Apple has been hard at work trying to bring the service to the country. We had heard that Apple would be...

Google Play Store China Launch Rumored For February

12/17/2015, Google has been out of the Chinese market for quite some time now but there have been rumors recently that the company might be considering heading back to the People’s Republic. It has been reported multiple times that in the coming year the Google...

Air Pollution Forces Beijing To Issue First Ever Red Alert

12/07/2015, The world is already struggling to combat pollution to control the menace of climate change, in China air pollution is quite a big problem, one that has forced Beijing to issue its first ever red alert because things are just so bad. The red alert means...

China Reportedly Shutting Down Phones With Foreign Messaging Apps

11/23/2015, It is no secret that when it comes to controlling what goes in and out of the China, the government can be pretty strict and heavy handed with its censorship and regulations. So much so that last we heard, they wanted to create their own secure smartphone...