We’re the big fans of the man who makes the world more open and connected. So we introduced the “Poking Inventor” action figure. Everyone likes the social network, but we never thought Mr. Mark Zuckerberg would be unhappy with the friendly toy, until we received an email from a Beijing law firm representing Facebook.Inc.
Shanghai Disneyland. Despite there will be a World-of-Warcraf themed park (World Joyland) to open in the upcoming May in Changzhou, its neighbor city, Shanghai will have a Disneyland as well.
Presenting the most friendly toy I’ve ever seen: the “Poking Inventor” action figure that is inspired from a man who makes the world more open and connected. How does it feel in our hands? The workmanship standard of this collection item is superb, and it is the next greatest action figure for tech nerds.
You know the social network, everyone is making friends online today. And that’s why the Pineapple CEO action figure has a new friend. You will like it, and we are teasing you with two more pics after the jump.
In less than 24 hours, the iPad 2 will be unveiled. We know you are excited about it, so we think it is time to bring you something amazing — the most realistic mockup of the second-generation iPad! We have a lot of pictures here, sit back and enjoy.
Hey guys, I believe you have seen someone taking the glass panels off the iPhone 4 and converted them into clear panels by removing the paint using a paint thinner. Well, that seems to be complicated after I bought this transparent back panel in China.
Let’s face it, the third Apple store in Shanghai is confirmed and it will be Apple’s biggest retail venture in China yet. How big? Five levels high, containing retail space, with offices on the upper floors. Man, we got to visit it.
Remember the Angry Birds real life carnival game? Not everyone could travel to Guangzhou to play it, and maybe you could try this inflatable Angry Birds game instead. How to play? Watch the video (00:50) after the break.
Kai-Fu Lee, Google China’s former president, who had reached over 49 million of followers in Weibo on the last Sunday, and becomes the second micro-blogger, after sporting icon Liu Xiang.
Once upon a time, there is a “Pineapple” CEO in the tech industry. He is a phenomenal guy who likes to say ‘Boom!”. One day, he traveled to Japan for a vacation in Kyoto. As he was leaving Kyoto, airport security guards refused to let him bring ninja throwing stars onto his private jet. And …read more →