China to set standards for VR and AR technology

As China’s VR market is expected to reach USD 861 million in 2016, the MIIT has started soliciting public opinions.

Faraday and Tesla beware: 4 Chinese electric car companies to watch in 2016

China became the world's largest market for electric vehicles in 2015, with consumers buying as many as 250,000 electric vehicles. Here are 4 Chinese EV makers to watch in 2016.

Xiaomi’s RedMi 3 officially announced at USD 107

The RedMi 3 officially comes out on Tuesday, with specs being much the same as exposed earlier: an all-metal enclosure, 5-inch display and huge battery capacity at 4,100mAh.

Qihoo 360 unveils 4GB-RAM smartphone N4 for USD 153

N4 is the second smartphone launched under the 360 brand. The 360 N4 is featured by its specs at a low price.

Alibaba’s Ant Financial to launch VR Pay in September

VR shopping is already available, and now you don't even need to take off the headset to pay.

Apple’s new moves in China: Singles’ Day sales and Alipay service

Apple is hoping to cash in with sales on Tmall for China’s Double 11 festival.

Baofeng VR vs Google Cardboard

AllChinaTech sizes up up the latest headset unit from video media platform Baofeng and compares it with Google’s famous “Cardboard”, a VR-lite product.

Xiaomi unveils its first drone

Will the six-year-old startup with 200 million MIUI users rise as a giant in the drone industry?

Tencent 2016 mobile safety report: viruses hit over 200 million users, 6 times the 2013 record

Tencent's report on mobile phone safety may raise your awareness to make your mobile phone safer.
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Why the Apple Store picked a Beijing startup’s Laser Egg AQI monitor

Less than a year after its release, the Laser Egg will be sitting on shelves in 29 Apple stores across China starting today.

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