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China’s high speed rail network is already the longest operational high speed railway in the world with over 7,500 kilometers of track, but that’s not enough. Next year Chinese high speed trains hope to beat the 574.8 km/h speed record set...

Shenzhen customs officers rounded up a gang of housewives smuggling iPad’s and cell phones from HongKong to the mainland last month. The group of 14 women each managed to stuff their bags with up to 10 iPad tablets and 30 cell phones. Video after...

Skyworth are better known for their television business, but like most companies they’re jumping on the tablet bandwagon with an Android offering of their own. ...

Geely the Chinese automotive company, that made international headlines this year when it took over Volvo, began selling it’s popular Panda city car online this Monday. ...

The Wopad is really generating a lot of interest. It’s one of the first Chinese made Android tablets to hit the market with an excellent capacitive screen and an extremely low price. Check below for the full spec and photos of a production model. ...

China is planning to generate interest in space sciences with a younger audience by opening a Space themed amusement park at the Wenchang Satellite Launch Center. ...

I’m pretty sure that this video is to show how strong this new case from Enta is, but I could be wrong! It could be threat to all iPads out there ‘Play Flash or we’ll stamp on your home and dangle you over a hard cold tile floor!’ for example....

Tencent the Shenzhen makers and service operators of the popular QQ instant messaging platform have been found partly responsible for the suicide of a student in Zhejiang province. ...

S-DM02 might not sound like the coolest device in the world and your unlikely to brag in the bar ‘My Flat Bay S-MD02 is better than your…” as no one will know what your talking about, but the HongKong based company have made a solid entry...

If you ever need to downgrade your iPhone, iPod or iPad you’re going to need access to your SHSH blobs. These little blobs don’t seem like much but they can be vitally important. Luckily it’s now very easy to save them. ...

As Meizu are busy gearing up to launch the M9 the hackers are busy playing with the M9’s leaked firmware and have ported it to work of their M8 phones. Someone managed to gain access to the as yet to be launched firmware and promptly uploaded the...

The explosion happened at around 10:30 p.m at an internet cafe in Southwest China’s Guizhou province on Saturday night. Rescue workers searched in to Sunday morning uncovered 37 wounded survivors and 6 dead. Local police are working with bomb experts...

Is this really a Meizu M9 caught on video or a clever hoax? Either way the home screen looks extremely crowded and the handset itself looks suspiciously thin! two dimensional almost! Video after the jump! ...

The Dell Inspiron Duo is one of the new breed of convertible net books. A device which combines the portability and usability of a mini laptop computer, but can be quickly and easily converted in to a simple to use Windows tablet. And here’s its...

Update: Looks like iPhone 4 users wanting an unlock for 4.1 or 4.2.1 will have to wait till Monday to see how the crash for the base band is coming along. Limera1n.cc have posted the following guide showing how users can activate their iPhone 4,...

The Malata zPad already had one ace in hand when we found out the Chinese tablet could run Flash 10 out of the box. Now, developers have got their hands on the Tegra 2 Android tablet and have loaded the Unity 3D game engine on to it. Unity is used...

China’s CRH380A high speed train hit a top speed of 484.1 Km/h on route from Zaozhuaang City in Shandong to Bengbu City in Anhui  Province. The new top speeds smashes the previous record set by a high speed train traveling from Shanghai to Hangzhou...

China is building a national network for online television broadcasts. The platform known as China Network Television (CNTV) will be split in to two different services. The first service will cater to all audiences throughout China where as the second...

Sounds like the chaps at Beijing Customs had some fun yesterday afternoon smashing up more than 10,000 counterfeit phones. The imitation Nokia, Sony and Samsung phones were confiscated mainly in 2009 and will now be recycled in to new materials. Beijing’s...