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Google to shut down online music download service in China

09/23/2012, Google has not had the best of relationships with China in the past, and here we are with word that the Internet search giant will shut down their online music download service in that part of the world from next month onwards because of pressure from its...

ZTE N880E – now with Jelly Bean

07/23/2012, While Jelly Bean handsets aren’t very common on the market today, it looks like ZTE is going to be one of the first few OEMs to provide them. The company announced today the launch of the updated ZTE N880E – it’s first Android 4.1 Jelly...

Apple’s new iPad launches in China

07/20/2012, In April this year, Apple’s new iPad launched in nine more countries except for China. But we’ve already heard reports that the third-generation iPad has already been certified for 3G use by China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification...

CarPad Note 5 F6 is one huge phablet

07/17/2012, Most of us love having larger screens when it comes to choosing a smartphone, but how large is large enough? The Samsung Galaxy Note proved to us that there was a demand for 5.3″ displays, but it looks like some manufacturers think that it...

80% of China’s households can afford a smartphone by 2017

07/16/2012, Statistics do not lie, but then again, they can be interpreted in their very own way. Here we are with word that China’s growing middle-class alongside the availability of cheaper and more affordable smartphones might eventually result in 80% of...

Samsung Galaxy S3 knockoff looks like the real thing

07/11/2012, You know you’ve got a successful device when you start seeing imitations of it on the market. Previously the iPhone was all the rage and now it looks like Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has taken its place. According to reports online, Samsung’s...

Apple sued again in China, this time over Siri

07/05/2012, Apple is usually on the opposite end of receiving lawsuits, but here’s another case where it isn’t. According to reports online, the Cupertino company is now under fire from a Chinese company, Zhizhen Network Technology, for copying its Xiaoi...

Call of Duty Online trailer debuts

07/05/2012, Activision has got a new Call of Duty game up its sleeve, but this one is a little different from the rest. It worked together with Tencent to create Call of Duty Online: a free to play (F2P) first person shooter designed for gamers in China. Like other...

China to launch Netflix-like video streaming service this year

06/28/2012, According to Reuters, the government-operated China Movie Channel will soon launch an online video service similar to Netflix in the mainland sometime this year. The move will reportedly bring huge streams of revenue to Hollywood since the yet-to-be-named...

China successfully docks manned space capsule on orbiting module

06/19/2012, Earlier today, Chinese astronauts were able to successfully dock two spaceships in earth’s orbit for the first time, marking a significant milestone in China’s quest to build its own manned station in space. The Shenzhou 9 spacecraft –...