Mother of All Knockoffs: Fake Apple Store Spotted in China?

I’ve seen some pretty convincing knockoffs in my time. Lithuanian flea-market tables with immaculately duplicated illicit versions of Microsoft and Norton products. Metro kiosks off Nevsky Prospect in St. Petersburg with jewel-cased, color-labeled computer games still technically in beta. I’ve flipped through stacks of fake DVDs, cheap …

Why Google+ Has Already Disappeared in China

It’s not even out of its infancy, but Google+ has already been blocked in China. It seems just like only yesterday the product was announced; and my Circles aren’t even full yet.

While it’s been rumored that Google won’t officially make the upstart social network open to the public until the beginning of August, users in China …

Inside the World’s First Video Game Amusement Park

WTB one ticket to World Joyland.

If you’ve got a hankering to join the world’s biggest nerdfest (no, we’re not talking about Comic-Con), you might have to hop a plane all the way to Changzhou, China to get the ultimate Warcraft and Starcraft fix.

Billed as the world’s first video game-themed amusement park, “World Joyland” is …

China Denies Gmail Hack, Claims It’s a ‘Victim’ Too

China’s response to Google’s accusation that Chinese hackers broke into Gmail, the company’s free online email service, and absconded with the login details of hundreds of senior U.S. and Asian government officials, military personnel, journalists and Chinese political activists?

We didn’t do it, and your “unacceptable” attempt to …

Suit Accuses Cisco of Helping Design ‘Great Firewall’ of China

It’s the accusation every company’s fluff department dreads: abetting creepy privacy-quashing tools and supporting human-rights abuses, including torture—just a few of the charges Falun Gong practitioners are leveling at networking giant Cisco Systems in a federal lawsuit filed in California last week.

The suit filed by Washington …

Deadly Explosion at iPad Production Plant in China

An explosion at a Foxconn plant in Chengdu, China has killed two people and injured 16 others, reports the Wall Street Journal. The Chengdu plant is one of two facilities owned by Foxconn that produces iPads for Apple.

The explosion happened at around 7:00 Friday night in a "polishing plant" thought to be "at the end of the production

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