Now this is cool – and the “iPhone for Steve” should look exactly like this. One more photo after the break.
UPDATE: A reader named Johan sent us a tip. Looks like this amazing iPhone mod is available for purchase online for 20 bucks. Act fast, Apple’s next Cease & Desist is likely on the way…
Today the promised YunPad surprisingly appeared at Aliyun developer conference. Unfortunately, it is only a prototype and it is not working yet. Rather than the alleged tablet showed up in the conference, Alibaba also decided to display its next-gen Aliyun smartphone which has been named as W800.
UPDATE: YunPad and Aliyun smartphone Prototype photos and specs
Few days ago, an inhuman scene was recorded by a surveillance camera at the Guangfo Hardware Market in Huangqi in Foshan city, where a little girl got hit by two vans in 7 minutes without any helps from 18 bystanders who just walked across her body.
UPDATE: The first driver is caught; Interview with the kind-heart woman; Yum Yuem had passed away.
Apple has posted a statement on their website that Apple co-founder and visionary CEO Steve Jobs has passed away. The whole world is now reacting to the very sad news of Jobs’ death. We are collecting the thoughts and condolences of people from China, and the “crazy” ones such as Lenovo CEO, Xiaomi CEO, Meizu CEO, China Mobile CEO, and Foxconn CEO. What’s more, we are collecting photos and videos of the touching moments of ardent fans leaving flowers, tokens, and cards all in honor of Jobs.
UPDATE: Chinese Reactions to Steve Jobs’ Death
UPDATE 2: Photos of Apple Fans paying homage to Jobs outside Apple stores in Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.
UPDATE 3: According to CNN, a young man approaches the entrance of the Hong Kong Apple store. He carefully places a SJ figurine on a mini wood altar, kneels in front of it, whispers a prayer, and walks away. We’ve found a photo from Sina Weibo showing the touching moment.
UPDATE 4: Animation of Steve Jobs in heaven and more tributes from China tech CEOs.
It’s official. Apple has just announced the very first Hong Kong Apple store will be opening on this coming Saturday (September 24th). There will be a grand opening ceremony at 9am morning, and all preparation are ready. We will have more pictures and coverage in this post. Stay tuned for more updates!
UPDATE: new pictures added.
UPDATE 2: new info added.
UPDATE 3: Apple has pulled off the curtains !!!
UPDATE 4: Sneak peek inside the store!
UPDATE 5: Rumor say that CEO Tim Cook will be coming for the opening ceremony !
FINAL UPDATE: The queue up start to rolls-out !
We previously reported that China’s next biggest Apple Store will be opening soon in Shanghai, and today, we see curtain’s off the store. That is a five story tall Apple retail store! Hooray! More pics after the jump!
UPDATE: The store is FINALLY UNCOVERED!!!
UPDATE 2: First look inside the store!!!
You must have noticed about the Kunming fake Apple Store that originally reported by a blog BirdAbroad a few days ago, where we also did find out even more photos of other fake Apple stores around China. With this update, we will summaries all the key stuffs about this news from other major sources. Some new shots and videos after the break.
UPDATE: Two out of Five shut down!
Okay, we obviously can’t confirm this, but we just got a very interesting image of what certainly looks like a MacBook Air with a new hinge design. More details after the jump!
UPDATE: No new design is seen on the new MacBook Air.
We have just introduced to you guys about Xiaomi MIUI ROM, and we did told you guys that they will launch a smartphone in the coming month. But before hand, we spotted the Xiaomi M1 smartphone design on a MIUI fan boys website, and now the photo had been removed (don’t worry we still got it here) already, maybe this is because it is not the final design yet. But we can see the phone looks like Samsung Galaxy S II as well as iPhone 4. Specs after the break.
UPDATE: The “real” image of M1 is here.
The newly bullet train service linked between Beijing and Shanghai faced their first challenge after the service formally operated on June 30. The train was paralysed for nearly 90 minutes following a power breakdown due to thunderstorms, most passenger are unsatisfied with the contingency measures.
UPDATE: Shanghai-Beijing bullet train service paralysed again! Caused by cable burn down.
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