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Chinese State Media Renews Anti-Apple Rhetoric, Calls The iPhone A “National Security Concern”

sanlitun-apple-store-china Apple has faced a fair amount of state-sponsored criticism in China, a market where the prevailing powers have a stated goal of promoting more home-grown network and IT solutions. The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple’s iOS 7 poses a threat to national security because of its ‘Frequent Locations’ feature, which identifies and provides users a map of their oft-visited… Read More

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Chinese State Media Renews Anti-Apple Rhetoric, Calls The iPhone A “National Security Concern”

sanlitun-apple-store-china Apple has faced a fair amount of state-sponsored criticism in China, a market where the prevailing powers have a stated goal of promoting more home-grown network and IT solutions. The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple’s iOS 7 poses a threat to national security because of its ‘Frequent Locations’ feature, which identifies and provides users a map of their oft-visited… Read More

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Chinese Farmer Invents Electric Scooter Luggage

suitcase-scooter-1.jpg This is the suitcase scooter invented by Chinese farmer He Liang. It can not just lug your clothing, BUT CARRY YOUR BUTT TO THE AIRPORT (provided you leave the night before and are cool travelling on the side of the highway in the dark at 12MPH). No word if it stands any opportunity whatsoever of getting past the TSA and onto a plane.

It can lug up to two travelers, cover ranges of approximately 60km (37 miles) and keep a speed of as much as 20km/h (12mph). It’s powered by a rechargeable lithium battery and can be steered with handlebars when seated. The special suitcase, which He has actually invested 10 years developing, is dubbed the City Cab. There is apparently just as much space to keep your clothes as with normal travel luggage and when it’s vacant it weighs just 7kg (15lb). The newspaper states City Cabs has actually now been patented as a multi-functional travel gadget, and He is hoping to see it on the road quickly.

Impressive, however you know what would are cooler than a luggage scooter? “A travel suitcase jetpack.” A SUITCASE JETPACK. “I simply stated that.” I know however I’m overlooking you because I didn’t believe you were going to guess right. I only asked since generally you’re terrible at thinking and I such as to inform tales about how outrageous you are when I achieve my buddies at bench for pleased hour. Now you have actually taken that far from me. “Very first world issues.” Oh spunk, the oxygen recirculator is malfunctioning– we’re running out of air! Quick, prepare for capsule evacuation. “What the hell are you talking about?” Outer area problems. Keep choosing one even more shot.

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Chinese Farmer Invents Electric Scooter Luggage

suitcase-scooter-1.jpg This is the travel suitcase scooter created by Chinese farmer He Liang. It can not just carry your clothes, BUT CARRY YOUR ASS TO THE AIRPORT (provided you leave the night prior to and are cool travelling on the side of the highway in the dark at 12MPH). No word if it stands any possibility whatsoever of surpassing the TSA and onto a plane.

It can carry as much as 2 guests, cover distances of up to 60km (37 miles) and preserve a speed of up to 20km/h (12mph). It’s powered by a rechargeable lithium battery and can be guided with handlebars when seated. The unique luggage, which He has invested 10 years developing, is referred to the City Cab. There is obviously just as much area to keep your clothes as with regular travel luggage and when it’s empty it weighs just 7kg (15lb). The paper says City Cabs has now been patented as a multi-functional travel device, and He is wanting to see it on the road soon.

Remarkable, but you understand what would be even cooler than a luggage scooter? “A luggage jetpack.” A SUITCASE JETPACK. “I just said that.” I know but I’m overlooking you due to the fact that I didn’t think you were going to think correct. I just asked because normally you’re dreadful at thinking and I such as to inform tales about exactly how absurd you are when I satisfy my friends at bench for pleased hour. Now you have actually taken that away from me. “First world troubles.” Oh shit, the oxygen recirculator is malfunctioning– we’re lacking air! Quick, get ready for capsule evacuation. “Exactly what the hell are you talking about?” External area problems. Keep choosing another shot.

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$9.95
End Date: Thursday Jul-24-2014 6:09:30 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $9.95
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CAR WINDOW MOUNT DOCK WINDSHIELD SUCTION CELL PHONE HOLDER CRADLE for T-MOBILE
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End Date: Thursday Jul-24-2014 6:09:30 PDT
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Hear the ‘Super Mario Bros.’ theme played on an ancient Chinese instrument

The Super Mario Bros. theme is possibly the most ubiquitous (and perhaps played-out) video game music around, but a young musician has found a way to make it interesting again — by performing it on an ancient Chinese instrument called the sheng. The instrument’s natural tone fits perfectly with the Super Mario Bros. theme, and the musician’s ability to re-create signature sound effects like coins and mushrooms elevates this performance above many of the other cover that have cropped up over the years. The novelty of seeing it performed on an instrument that was created thousands of years ago.

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Famed Chinese director admits to violating one-child policy

Acclaimed movie director Zhang Yimou has admitted to violating China’s one-child policy, after authorities launched an investigation into longstanding rumors that he had fathered up to seven children. Zhang, director of the films Hero, House of Flying Daggers, and The Flowers of War, admitted to violating the rule in a Sina Weibo post published on Sunday, saying he fathered three children with his wife, Chen Ting. As the BBC reports, the director apologized for the violation, though he denied claims that he fathered more children with his wife and other women.

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Chinese Communist Party pushes for even more internet restrictions

It’s no secret that the Chinese government isn’t a proponent of a free and open internet, but for some it appears that the Great Firewall doesn’t go far enough. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Chinese Communist Party released a call for additional reforms today, citing social networks and mobile messaging apps as areas of particular concern. “Following the increasing power of online media, Internet media and industry management has lagged far behind the quick changes that have come with its development,” a translated version of the statement warns, noting that the technologies have the ability to quickly spread information and can mobilize citizens. Accusing current practices of having “low effectiveness,” the statement goes on…

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Thor? LOKI?!: Chinese Theater Accidentally Displays Homoerotic Fanpic Poster Instead Of Real Thor Poster

chinese-thor-2-poster.jpg This is a poster just recently on screen in a Shanghai theater to advertise the launch of Thunder God 2 (the brand-new Thor). Thing is, the image is in fact from a piece of homoerotic fan Photoshop work. How did that even take place? Are theaters responsible for making their own posters? Or– OR– did they just purchase a lot of knockoffs in a street? I’m not even going to go into Loki being Thor’s taken on brother, but you’ve got to confess whoever made the poster did a great job. You think they could Photoshop a man in the mouth of a t-rex holding its jaws open with his penis? I’m asking for myself. Thanks to sra and James, who agree in some cases knockoffs are even better than the originals.

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Samsung offers free Galaxy phone repairs after attack by Chinese state media

Samsung has issued an apology to its customers in China after the country’s state broadcaster blasted the South Korean company’s warranty program in a televised report. CCTV reportedly accused Samsung of shipping faulty memory in its Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III smartphones, with repairs falling outside the warranty and often costing owners over $ 100.

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