I want to say humanity is doomed under Apple and its shiny iGadgets, but this is just stupidity on one rash Chinese kid. Reports are flooding the Internet that a 17-year-old Chinese teenager sold his kidney for about $3,400 to buy an iPad 2, an iPhone and a laptop. Talk about crazy!
Man evolved in part due to his ability to flee from predators by escaping into trees, but a new innovation shows that such techniques simply won't work when a new breed of hunter fixes its robotic gaze on mankind.
Usually, when a person is in prison, playing video games is the last thing they would expect to be doing. Oddly enough, a prisoner at the Jixi labor camp in north-east China says he and his inmates were forced into "farming virtual gold" after a hard day of physical labor.
At Friday's Chinese iPad 2 launch, mayhem ensued as usual. The stores were out of stock within four hours, although those who missed out could still get one at an inflated price from a seller in the official scalpers area.
China told us last year that they plan to build a space station by 2020, but on Monday at the Airshow China exhibition they revealed a lot more detail about the Heavenly Palace.
As China continues its rise to tech prominence, its geeks slowly begin to emerge with their own brand of DIY innovation, as in the case of amazing concept phone called the Origami Handset.
You're probably thinking, "WTF?" But we assure you, the ten feet long electric shoe car you see in the picture above is not a work of Photoshop.
Citizens of China, prepare for your every move to be tracked by the government. The Chinese government says it's monitoring citizen's cellphones strictly for learning about traffic congestion, but is that really all it's tracking?
The United States' robotic space plane, the X-37B, successfully returned to Earth last December after spending seven months in orbit doing nobody knows what. Now, it seems as though Russia and China want a piece of the space robot action too. Looks like we might finally get that spaceship battle we've been waiting for since the dawn of sci-fi.
Here in the US we're used to seeing lines of Apple fanboys camping out to get the latest from Cupertino, but in China phone fans appear to be equal opportunity nutjobs, if this line for the latest Android from Meizu is anything to go by.