Do you still remember the Goophone i5? The maker of it (Goophone) uploaded a Youtube video, which warns Apple better not to release the sixth-generation iPhone in China, as Goophone claimed it had patented the i5’s design in China, otherwise Goophone will sue Apple no matter how the next iPhone going to look like. Um…what if the next iPhone doesn’t look like the i5? In the meanwhile, Goophone released all the details about the i5, and it’s quite impressive. Check it out after the break.
Whenever Huawei release an interesting commercial, we post it here. Today, they have a new one released, which is about the “attractiveness” of Pocket WiFi, showing how the pocket WiFi enticed geeks following from the street to the toilet. It’s not interesting to explain in words. Go to the video after the break!
Chinese automaker BYD recently launched a mid-size family car called “Su Rui”, which allows the driver to get out of the car and drive it using the included remote. You may ask, aside from amazing or scaring your friends, what’s the point of using the remote controller? BYD explained plenty of situations that the remote might helps. Check them out after the break.
What else could a superhero do in real life when there aren’t any aliens or monsters to fight against? Well, they can be a helping hand in the kitchen. Last year, a Chinese cook turned the Japanese famous superhero Ultraman into a slicing machine, which helped him to slice a dough into pieces of Chinese-style noodles. A year later, the maker decided to produce it in large quantities and selling it to other restaurants in China. Check out the video after the break.
You may wonder how did he make himself a pair of bionic hands when he actually doesn’t have hands. Well, he just did it. He named Sun Jifa, a 51-year-old Chinese man who lost both hands when he was building a bomb for blast fishing. Since the prosthetic limbs would cost a fortune, he decided to build a new pair of arms. Sun spent 8 years rigorous efforts, he finally created himself a pair of bionic hands which can grip and hold things, and that’s what we are going to show you after the break.
A severe Typhoon Saola pounded in Taiwan last week with fierce winds and torrential rain. The death toll reached at least 45, where 26 died from drowning, 11 were pinned down by fallen tree or objects, and the remaining were deaths either from landslides or electrocution. A surveillance camera video captured the moment of a Taiwanese man dropped into a sinkhole and being buried by debris after a road collapsed beneath him. Video after the break…
When checking up on your cat at the vet, it’s sometimes difficult to keep the little bugger from running around. Well, here’s a cool trick to ‘freeze’ your cat, discovered by a Chinese cat owner. Just put winter vest on them and the cat should be temporarily paralyzed. Video after the break.
In Luliang, a city in the west of Shanxi province, a drunk security guard came from nowhere and hijacked someone cars, just like Grand Theft Auto. The drunk man was finally arrested by the police, and the incident was caught on the street’s surveillance cameras. Check out the footage after the break…
Samsung Galaxy S III is without a doubt the most hyped Android device out there. So, what about its clone? Here are some of the remarkable features: it comes fully loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 4.8 inch 1280×720 multi-touch screen, dual-SIM card slots and a 2500mAh battery. What’s more? Check out more information after the break.
The Chinese Government uses censorship to weed out all the things it doesn’t want its citizens reading about, listening to or watching. Lately, the genitals of Michelangelo’s David statue seems to be something that Chinese government doesn’t want their citizens to look at.
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