Still bragging about that dual-core processor in your smartphone? The world's best iPhone imitators, Meizu, is striking first, with the world's first quad-core smartphone. The Meizu MX is the successor to the M9 (you know, the iPhone knockoff that people in China camp out for) and it's going to be cost a pretty penny.
The Chinese are building a new airport just outside of Beijing, because the other two giant airports they have in the area just can't keep up with demand. When it's finished, it'll be the largest airport in the world by far, at approximately the same size as the entire island of Bermuda.
There was a time when the iPhone and iPad counterfeiters of China would at least wait for a product to be officially released before coming up with their own alternative, but those days are apparently over.
On this lovely Labor Day, if you're off from work, we encourage you to spend time with your family and friends. What kind of memories can you create? One controversial video is going viral: the one where a dad in China lets his four-year-old daughter take the car through traffic and not kill anybody.
While most astronomers seem to be understandably worried about the best way to steer asteroids away from Earth, Chinese scientists are instead trying to figure out how they can capture nearby asteroids into Earth orbit. And then mine them.
In an otherwise unremarkable propaganda video out of China, they look to have accidentally confirmed that there are government-sponsored cyberattacks being launched against targets within the US.
Chinese tech bootlegs products aren't limited to Apple stores and giant anime statues, apparently the country's enterprising reverse engineers will even copy Japan's smallest, cutest robots.
For a country with over 9,000 miles of coastline, it's kind of surprising that China is just now welcoming its first aircraft carrier into its maritime defense fleet. The new addition has some of its neighbors nervous, though China is assuring the world it comes in peace.
Normally you'd need a boat to ship something from mainland China to Hong Kong. Well, or you could shoot a 1,000-foot-long line across the river using a crossbow, then lower a big ol' bag of Apple goods from a high rise on one side to a small house on the other.
You really can buy anything in China — even products from the future!