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China Makes Beidou GPS System Compulsory In Vehicles

01/16/2013, The Chinese government has upped the ante when it comes to sat nav wars with notably, the US, as China has recently mandated the use of its new satellite navigation system Beidou (BDS) in several classes of vehicle throughout nine provinces. According to...

China Had 51 Million New Internet Users Last Year

01/15/2013, China is home to more than 1.2 billion people, roughly 19 percent of the world’s overall population. But it looks like the “sleeping dragon” is on the verge of dominating the online world as well. According to a data released by the...

China Policy Demands New Residences Have Fiber Optic Connections

01/11/2013, While the U.S. plays catch up with the rest of the world with its broadband speeds, other countries are continuing to make a harder push for its people to enjoy broadband Internet connections. China, which is one country which has the fastest broadband...

Tim Cook: China Could Become Apple’s Largest Market In The Future

01/10/2013, Tim Cook is visiting China for the second time. Although the details of Cook’s visit, according to Apple spokeswoman Carolyn Wu, are not available (whatever that means), Reuters is reporting that the Apple CEO has meet with China Mobile Chairman, Xi...

Tim Cook Visits China

01/08/2013, Apparently Eric Schmidt isn’t the only high-profile tech titan traveling abroad at the height of CES 2013. Apple Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cook, is also going beyond borders and is visiting China for the second time in less than 10 months. The...

Apple Working On A Low-Cost iPhone For China [Rumor]

01/08/2013, And there it is again. Rumor has it that Apple is planning to release a new and cheaper iPhone for the Chinese market. According to DigiTimes, supply-chain sources are saying that Apple will roll out a low-cost version smartphone in China and other...

Apple Guilty Of Copyright Infringement In China

12/31/2012, Now this is an interesting bit of news that the China Daily has reported – that mighty Apple has been found guilty of copyright infringement in China, where they were accused of illegally publishing material by some of the most popular writers in...

China Legalizes Deletion Of “Illegal” Posts Or Pages

12/28/2012, A couple of days ago it was reported that China was seeking to further tighten their control over the internet by having users register for internet access by using their real name. Now in a newly announced law, it seems that China has now legalized the...

China Introduces World’s Longest High Speed Railway

12/27/2012, By now, you probably experienced enough travel headaches to last you another year now that both Thanksgiving and other major holidays are over. Many of you probably traveled by plane, train or automobile to get back home to spend the holidays with your...

China looking to tighten control over internet access

12/26/2012, Governments have always tried their hand at controlling the internet and the information that users posted. Some claim it is due to national security, while others approach it from an intellectual property angle, although in the case of China, word has it...

iPhone 5 Debut In China Is Slow

12/14/2012, It’s the 14th of December, and if you can still recall, today is the day for China to begin selling Apple’s iPhone 5. We’re curious to know how the debut goes, and if, similar to the iPad mini launch last week, will it still be...