Category Archives: Tech
Possible concept pictures and spec of the 4th generation iPhone 4G
iPhone 4G clones are already available in China. Is this what the next generation iPhone will look like?
This iPod Nano clone takes stills as well as video, and at a bargain price!
What costs $51, packs a 8 megapixel camera, looks like a iPhone Nano and reminds us of the Spice Girls? An iPhone Nano Wannabe of course!
A video of 2 rather strange looking design ideas, think butt kicking exercise machine and a breathing apparatus for your toilet!! and also a demo of a rather cool touchscreen TV!
The hackers have been at it again. This time they’ve managed to get Snow Leopard running on a Dell Latitude E6400. This is of particular interest to us as our Power PC based Macs are getting a little long in the tooth, and a nice 14.1 inch Dell Hackintosh might just fit the bill. Video […]
The Xiali N3 is basically a Chinese built Daihatsu Charade from the 80′s. This tuner has decided to take this, the cheapest car on the road and tune it to 180hp!!
The clone makers have gone after the ever popular Nintendo Wii.
The clone makers have stepped it up a notch. Not only is the Blockberry a Blackberry 9500 clone, but they’ve actually had the cojones to use President Obama’s image to endorse it!
Shenzhen Great Long Brothers claimed that Apple had copied their P88 tablet when the iPad launched and threatened legal action. Now they stooped so low they’re copying Mac OSX’s look and installing it on their iPad clone!
Ordro’s new Burberry styled HD video camera is not only super fashionable but also amazingly well priced!
Briiliance currently already make 1.8 and 2litre turbo engines for their BS4/Wagon, BS6 and Coupe models, but what about the other 2 cars in the line up? The FRV hatchback and FSV sedan are currently only available in naturally aspirated configuration, but hopefully this will change soon. Recently spotted out testing and posted on Chinacartimes.com […]
A few months ago BAIC (Beijing Autos) were in talks with GM to buy their ailing Saab brand, unluckily for them the deal wasn’t pulled off due to government deadlines, and all they managed to get were the plans and rights to build Saab 95 based vehicles. You can find more info on the BAIC […]
Chang An’s Ben Ben was released a few years ago to compete against Chery’s QQ. The Ben Ben is, in my opinion, a much better deal as a city car, due to its 1.3 engine, and proven high quality. As it only costs around 35,000 RMB, plenty of young drivers have chosen the tiny Chang […]
The ink reporting the iPads launch date is still wet on the paper, but that hasn’t stopped Shenzhen’s Teso from leaking spy shots and spec details of its own iPad wannabe. By the tone of Teso’s CEO, Wu Ye, the announcement sounds to be a preemptive strike out against foreign tech industries in bringing their […]
Philips’ range of Living Color lamps have generated a huge amount of interest from those wanting to add a bit of atmosphere to their daily lives. The remote control lamps can produce more than 16 million colors! and use as little as 5.5 watts of power. Like most designer gadgets though, Philips’ new age lava […]
I can proudly say I have owned 15 cars in the past 10 years! Sounds impressive doesn’t it!? 1.5 cars a year! the stuff of dreams! It matters not that the majority of my jalopies weren’t road worthy, nor that I may have fibre glassed an aluminium sign to the sill of a particularly rotten […]
Back in the 80’s hordes of yuppies wandered the busy streets wearing 3/4 length sleeve jackets and piano ties. Ghastly orange band headphones, with crappy foam cushions covered their ears and played the B52’s or Wham from ‘state of the art’ Sony Walkman cassette players. The true sign of yuppy success, however wasn’t your fake […]
Before I start I would like to offer Founder, the manufacturers of this Kindle like device, a genuinely large thank you. So here goes: “Dear Founder, Thank you so very much for naming your Kindle clone the ‘WeFound’. Most companies have no idea how difficult it is to come up with a simple, but interesting […]
Chinese inventor Tao Xiangli made the headlines last year with his homemade submarine. Taking roughly 2 years to complete and approximately $4000, the recycled oil drum sub is fitted with a periscope and depth gauges. Electric motors are used for propulsion, although the video below doesn’t show much movement apart from the sinking kind. Video […]