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Chinese CEO Compares Apple to Hitler

Jia Yueting, CEO of Chinese video website Leshi TV has posted an image to his personal Weibo page that show a cartoon Adolf Hitler that, in the place of the familiar Swastika, has the Apple logo…

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How App Store Rankings Are Hacked

The image along with that title makes this really self-explanatory. You can probably guess what is going on there. In China, it appears that there’s a growing industry of App Store rankings manipulation. It’s quite simple –…

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Nokia’s N1 Tablet Sold Out; Sells 20,000 Units in Four Minutes

Within four minutes of being made available for pre-order, the Nokia N1 Android Tablet sold every one of its 20,000 units in China yesterday. Nokia made the announcement through its Weibo (China’s answer to Twitter) account,…

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Supposed iPad Pro Manufacturing Mould Leaked in Photo

An image of what appears to be a manufacturing mould for the rumoured iPad Pro have leaked online. The image was uploaded to China’s Twitter equivalent – Weibo. The mould appears to have a place for an…

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Mental Millet: 1.62 Million Phone Orders in 72 hours

Chinese phone company and electricity provider Millet have just reported that after 72 hours of continuous operation, they’ve dispatched over 1.62 million total units of their new phone release amounting to a total sales amount of $254.5m…

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Microsoft Blog Post Accidentally Leaks “Windows 9 is Coming Soon”

Who better to give us more information on Windows 9 than Microsoft themselves! Looks like the technology giant will be having words with their Chinese division after the team leaked a logo (now believed to be…

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China Imposes New Restrictions on Instant Messaging and First Detained

Last year, China launched a campaign to clamp down on on-line rumour mongering and “clean up” the internet. The crackdown has led to an exodus of users from microblog platforms such as Weibo after authorities detained…

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ZTE Nubia Z7 NBA Edition Leaked

Both the ZTE Nubia Z5 and ZTE Nubia Z5 Mini have been released in the United States a few weeks before and the Chinese telecommunication giant signed a partnership with NBA team  Houston Rockets. ZTE’s  latest handset, Nubia Z7 has been leaked through the…