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Apple ticked off by an early new iPad review?

03/15/2012, It looks like a Hong Kong magazine has managed to ruffle the feathers of the world’s largest tablet maker, Apple. According to reports online, the folks at a Hong Kong tech magazine called PCM managed to get their hands on a retail version of the...

Samsung Nexus Prime launch pushed to the 19th?

10/12/2011, We know that the launch of the Nexus Prime and Ice Cream Sandwich has been pushed back but there hasn’t been any official word about when the event has been postponed to. Well, according to the folks at Engadget who received some inside information...

Hong Kong Apple store opens early

09/21/2011, We did report a couple a days ago that Apple intends to create even more awareness as well as marketing buzz about the iPhone 5 in China by opening up new stores in Hong Kong and Shanghai, but who would have thought that Cupertino would move so fast?...

Pocketbook A10 Android tablet/e-reader announced

09/06/2011, With so many tablets available in the market these days, competition is at its peak and variety is always welcome, and it looks like Hong Kong-based MNC Pocketbook International will be entering the fray with their A10 Android tablet/e-reader, which is...

iPad 2s and iPhone 4s smuggled into Hong Kong in a creative way

08/08/2011, Love or hate Apple, you’ve got to admit that they create insanely popular products that seem to blend extremely clever marketing and innovative products, which is why it’s really not surprising to find out that there are people out there who have been...

Hong Kong karaoke bar makes creative use of Microsoft Surface

12/15/2010, Red Mr in Hong Kong is the first karaoke establishment in the world that allows their customers to have a field day with the Microsoft Surface, putting to shame those folks who are so proud of their iPads that they think it is the next best thing since...

Google Redirects China Users To Google.hk

03/23/2010, It seems that the war between Google and the Chinese Government has stepped up a notch, after Google decided to redirect users from its google.cn domain to its uncensored google.hk (Hong Kong) instead. The search results will still be affected thanks to...