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Su Rui is a life size, remote controlled car, created by Chinese carmaker, BYD Auto
BYT Auto, a car maker based in China, has manufactured a remote-controlled family sedan, called Su Rui. The car, which can seat five passengers can also be controlled from inside and even outside the car.Read the rest of the article »
Concept printer allows a user to print postcards that smell like food. Makes use of an aroma sensor to mix aroma inks stored on the machine.
If you’ve been longing to capture the memory of your favorite food and be able to share it with your loved ones, you can now do so with a concept machine created by an Industrial Design Student in China.Read the rest of the article »
Apple to sell the New iPad in China, after settling dispute with Proview.
Apple has officially announced that the New iPad will be available in China on July 20.
The tech giant has finally settled its trademark dispute with Chinese company, Proview, to the tune of $60 Million. Proview claimed that they own the legal right to the iPad name and battled Apple in the Chinese court system.
Since everyting is all well between the two companies, the New iPad will finally land in China.
The New iPad’s WiFi and cellular versions with storage capacities of 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB, will be for sale in the Asian country, next week.View Article Source »
China's Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center approves sale of unnamed Apple 3 device
The New iPad may finally hit the Chinese shores soon. China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center has approved a license to sell an unknown Apple 3G device.Read the rest of the article »
Apple CEO Tim Cook, seen greeting workers in Foxconn's iPhone plant in China
After visiting an Apple Store in China, Apple CEO Tim Cook, has toured the newly built Foxconn Zhengzhou Technology Park in the north central province of Hebei. He was seen smiling and greeting workers in the plant, which assembles most of Apple’s iPhones and iPads. Foxconn has been plagued with reports of their workers, committing suicide due to poor working conditions.
Before touring Foxconn, he was also reported to meet with Vice Premier Li Keqiang and the Mayor of Beijing.
Proview, the company battling Apple over iPad’s name, is not pleased with Cook’s China visit. While some groups said that his visit is just a “political public relations campaign”.View Article Source »
Apple CEO, Tim Cook was spotted visiting an Apple Store in Beijing, China last Monday.
Chinese micro-blogging service Sina Weibo, reports the recent visit of the Apple’s CEO Tim Cook in an Apple Store situated inside a mall in Beijing, China.
It is known that most of the Apple devices are manufactured in China. Cook’s visit is a sign that Apple is acknowledging China’s importance to the growth of the company. His predecessor, the late Steve Jobs has never made a visit to the country, which is now the world’s second largest economy.
It is rumored that Cook came to China to talk to China Unicom and China Telecom about the upcoming next generation of iPhone – iPhone 5.View Article Source »
Apple is set to open its largest retail store in China this coming Friday!
Apart from opening its first retail store in Hong Kong later this month, Apple has also announced their plans of commencing a new Nanjing East store in Shanghai this coming Friday.
Several reports unveiled that Apple already put up its “curtain opening” promotional sign at the barriers surrounding the much-awaited store, confirming that a launch will be held soon. “We’re about to light up Nanjing Road. Apple Store, Nanjing Road East,” the sign noted.Read the rest of the article »
China managed to surpass US as the world's largest PC market of the year.
A new IDC research shows that China managed to outgrow US as the world’s largest PC market. For all of 2011, US took the lead, but China was able to push past them this spring. China also claimed 22% of all PCs shipped at 18.5 million, with 21% (17.7 million) going to Americans. Due to this scenario, researchers predicted that China will be getting 21.8% for all of 2012, where the US would slip to 19.6%.
The catch-up in the said country may have come from the Chinese government plans. Its 12th Five Year Plan was encouraging very large companies at the heart of China’s foundations, to keep spending at the time when the US was still struggling.Read the rest of the article »
China’s gray market welcomes the latest member of the Apple family.
The sale of the iPad 2 in China’s gray market kicked off last Friday and more than 1,000 customers fall in line at the Apple store in Beijing. Apple permitted the sale of the iPad 2 in their four Chinese retail outlets and in their online Apple store in China.
Aside from the long queue of crowd outside the flagship Beijing Apple Store, there were also scalper looming around selling iPad 2s that are 200 to 300 yuan (equivalent to $30 to $45) higher than the original price of 3688 yuan ($568).
The website AppleInsider mentioned that this happening broke the record of the number of people who waited for the original iPad which was released September of last year.View Article Source »
China goes green with a BMW exclusive.
“From China for China,” that’s what BMW CEO Norbert said about their latest BMW vehicle called the 5-Series “New Energy Vehicle”, that will make a debut at the Shanghai Motor Show. The BMW car will be an exclusive hybrid vehicle only available in China, giving the people from the economic powerhouse a unique, environmentally-friendly driving experience along the roads of Beijing and Shanghai.Read the rest of the article »
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