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China Will Create Proprietary E-Books Standard

10/29/2010, Last week the Chinese government had announced that it would “develop indigenous innovation capability to create market leaders and renowned brands.” Based on the announcement, it seems that publishers and digital books distributers in China...

Authentic-looking iPad Clone That Runs Android 2.2 Froyo

10/28/2010, We’ve seen various iPad clones before, but this one actually does a rather good job of it, and it’s powered by Android 2.2 Froyo. Most of it looks pretty much like the iPad, including a 9.7-inch display, a single round navigation button and a...

Taiwanese Company Threatens To Sue Apple Over iPad Name

10/28/2010, A struggling Taiwanese company, Proview, is currently threatening to sue Apple for $1.5 billion over the iPad trademark, claiming that an earlier agreement to sell the trademark didn’t include the trademark rights for the Chinese market. Proview...

China’s Tianhe-1A Is World’s Fastest Supercomputer

10/28/2010, Folks were saying that it would happen and now China has just leaped past the rest of the world and revealed the world’s fastest supercomputer, the Tianhe-1A. The supercomputer is located at the National Supercomputer Center in Tianjin and scored a...

China has its own mapping service

10/22/2010, Trust China to come up with their very own mapping service, where it is known as Map World. The site itself will feature many high resolution images of numerous Chinese cities, and people who access it will be able to check out increasingly detailed...

Vending Machine Offers Live Crabs Over In China

10/22/2010, We’ve seen all sorts of weird stuff being sold by vending machines before, but seriously, live crabs? Over in Nanjing, China, a vending machine is selling Shanghai Hairy Crabs at $1.50 to $7.50 each, depending on the size of the crab. The machine...

OPAD N2 7-inch Tablet Headed To China

10/14/2010, While the China-based company ONN (OWEN) might be better known for its MP3 and PMP devices, the company has announced its OPAD N2, which is a stylish 7-inch tablet device that is powered by Android 2.1 (though 2.2 would have been a lot more welcome)....

China Mobile rolls out microSIM card

10/13/2010, China Mobile attempts to entice potential iPhone 4 owners in that part of the world over to their side with the introduction of their very own microSIM card. This ought to be interesting, as not only China Unicom subscribers will be able to make the jump...

Apple Shuts Flagship Beijing Store As iPhone Shoppers Run Amok

10/01/2010, Apple stores over in China were having a rather tough day as crowds flocked to the stores on the announcement that Apple removed the sales limit on the iPhone 4. The device was previously limited to two per customer, but with unlimited units of the...

Apple gets 200k worth of iPhone 4 pre-orders in China

09/27/2010, Apple has already racked up 200k worth of iPhone 4 pre-orders in China thanks to the efforts of Unicom. This might sound impressive, but when you take into account a population of over a billion people in China alone, that 200,000 figure is nothing but a...

iPad Patent Hints At Landscape Docking And Smart Bezel?

09/26/2010, Two Apple patents for the iPad have surfaced in China and it shows some interesting possibilities for the iPad. The first shows that Apple considered a second dock connector on the left side of the iPad in addition to the existing bottom connector,...

iPhone 4 Arriving In China On September 25th

09/20/2010, Apple has announced that the popular iPhone 4 will be available to folks over in China from September 25th 8am at Apple Retail stores and also China Unicom retail stores. Folks who decide to pick up their shiny new iPhone 4 from the Apple Retail Store...

Lenovo LePad Tablet Expected To Ship This Year

09/17/2010, Most folks have already read about Lenovo’s LePad for some time now, and if the device intrigued you, the good news is that it’s finally expected to start shipping this December. The Android-powered LePad will initially be released in China by...