China will be launching a Pakistani satellite for the first time ever, creating a landmark in Sino-Pak relationship.

Read More

 

Online gaming in China is very big. However, addiction does not become more numbing than this. A young couple in southern China sold off their three children to fund their video game obsession.

Read More

 

HTC ditched the Facebook button and launched the HTC Salsa smartphone in China with a dedicated Sina Weibo button. HTC has also renamed the handset from HTC Salsa to HTC Weike.

Read More

 

Barely a couple of days after Google Plus was announced, the Chinese government has banned it.

Read More

 

A 17-year old boy, identified by the surname Zheng in the Anhui Province in eastern China sold one of his kidneys to buy an iPad 2 tablet. Zheng searched over the Internet and found a buyer who offered to pay 22,000 yuan ($3000) for the organ.

Read More

 

Angry_Birds

Rovio Mobile ltd, the makers of Angry Birds have partnered with Chinese gaming D.cn site to deliver Angry Birds on the Chinese land. The partnership will help deliver free-to-download version of Angry Birds in various editions.

Read More

 

A report commissioned by the World Wildlife Fund for Nature says that, in terms of percentage contribution to the national GDP, China ranks 2, while the US ranks 17. Denmark, expectedly, leads the table, thanks to its efficient power grid driven primarily by windmills.

Read More

 

State run station Xinhua reported that China is planning to initially set up a two-module space-station, named Tiangong-1 as soon as late this year. Tiangong means ‘Heavenly Palace’ in English.

Read More

 

China is planning to launch its own manned space station within next 10 years. The station, which may be called Tiangong, will support a crew of 3 people and will have 2 science lab modules.

Read More

 

WordPress.com was attacked again a few hours ago after the massive DDOS on Thursday. This was a follow up attack after the last one and as evident now; it originates from China every time.

Read More

 

Internet Bar by Fang Guo

A man died in the outskirts of Beijing today – he was playing an online video game non-stop for three days. The man did not eat or drink too well in this period and, more importantly, did not sleep at all. This is a worrying news for the gaming community.

Read More

 

Top government officials, including the Chinese President himself, have their own microblogs and this is indicative of acceptance from the Government.

Read More

 

The US government has used feed over email, a Google hosted project to breach the firewall of China. Information on the use of this project in the government was fetched with a Freedom of Information Act request.

Read More

 

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology send out notice to fight mobile malware being installed on Android phones.

Read More

 

At 277 million mobile Internet users, which is well over half of its total Internet users of 450 million, China looks promising for online business.

Read More

 

 
Copyright 2006-2012 Techie Buzz. All Rights Reserved. Our content may not be reproduced on other websites. Content Delivery by MaxCDN