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Solar-powered air conditioner debuts in China

09/16/2010, At long last, the day which we never thought would have arrived – we’re talking about the solar-powered air conditioner that has made a splash at the (where else) 2010 World Solar-Powered Air Conditioning Development Forum, China. Shandong...

Apple iPad Coming to China, Rumored for Target Stores

09/13/2010, While Samsung is taking on the tablet battlefront in the U.S. with its rumored Galaxy Tab carrier deals with Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T, Apple may be targeting the Chinese market with its iPad tablet. Apple has confirmed that the iPad will be...

Nokia Booklet 3G Cloned

09/10/2010, We’re you smitten with Nokia’s Booklet 3G design after you went through our detailed review, but couldn’t afford its high price? Well, if you’re willing to go down the cloned-device path, you could always check out this...

Supernova X1 Tablet Offers A Glasses-free 3D Display

08/25/2010, While Toshiba is busy working on glasses-free 3D TVs, the folks over in China are busy coming up with glasses-free tablet devices, as evident by the Supernova X1 tablet on display by Rockchip. Technical specifications weren’t mentioned, but the...

Microsoft Kinect clone eBox to grace China market next year

08/12/2010, Did you know that video game consoles are banned in China (officially speaking, of course, but you can still pick one up via the gray market)? This means a good 1 billion plus people won’t be able to get hold of the Xbox 360 as well as the upcoming...

Clone: 2-in-1 iPad Camera Connection Kit

08/09/2010, Folks who have not got hold of Apple’s iPad Camera Connection Kit that allows you to hook up a SD card or USB cable to your iPad to import photos might want to check out an interesting knock off from China. While Apple’s offering comes in two...

China Unicom to offer Wi-Fi iPhones

08/06/2010, China Unicom achieves a first from next week onwards with the release of a Wi-Fi-enabled iPhone 3GS – making it the first of its kind in that part of the world, and that alone has also made rumors of the new iPhone 4 smartphone being offered as...

Nokia N8 Clone From China Runs Android 2.1

08/04/2010, While it might be really cool if Nokia’s N8 phone were to be powered by Google’s Android instead of Symbian^3, but obviously Nokia isn’t going to offer such a phone anytime soon. That being said, a Nokia N8 clone has surfaced that seems...

HTC To Launch All China-bound Phones With Android 2.2 FroYo

07/29/2010, HTC must really be getting serious about improving its position over in China, as word is out that HTC will be shipping all its Android phones in China with Android 2.2, and that includes the HTC Wildfire, Desire, and the Tianyi. This is in line with...

Baidu Search Engine Considering Foray Into The Mobile OS Market?

07/20/2010, Rumor is going around that the Chinese search engine company Baidu is considering entering the mobile OS market and compete with rivals such as Google’s Android. Details are still quite sketchy at the moment, but word is that it’ll be an...

China Unicom offers Android-powered phone

07/12/2010, It is pretty interesting to note that China Mobile is carrying a special version of its Android-powered phone known as the OPhone, but that doesn’t mean its closest rival is going to just sit down and do nothing. No sir, China Unicom, being the...

Cloned: Touch T4233 Looks Very Familiar

06/25/2010, Taiwanese chip maker MTK has introduced its latest MT6516 chip that will power Windows Mobile devices, and said chip will be used in the recently launched Touch T4233 phone, which is powered by Windows Mobile 6.5 and offers 128MB of RAM, 256MB of RAM, a...

Unannounced BlackBerry 9800 Slider Already Cloned

06/18/2010, Despite the leak of the official pictures of the BlackBerry Bold (Torch?) 9800, the device hasn’t even gone official yet, but the folks over in China have been busy churning out a clone device already, beating RIM to the punch. To be honest, it...

RAmos W7 Android-powered Tablet Begins To Ship In China

05/28/2010, You might remember the RAmos W7 Android-powered MID that we brought to your attention some time back. If you’re over in China, the good news is that the device has started to ship over there and will set you back 999 Yuan ($146). While the...