A new report shows that users of iPhones in China earn significantly less than those who use local brands such as Huawei and Xiaomi.
Such iPhone users are seen as part of the “invisible poor,” a group who seem capable of spending more than they can actually afford.
A mother from Shanghai, China, had the most shocking iPhone experience after her 2-year-old son accidentally locked it for nearly half a century while playing with the lock screen.
According to Chinese media outlet Kankanews via South China Morning Post, the woman, identified only by her surname Lu, gave the phone to her son back in January so he could watch educational videos on it.
LG recently launched a device that not only functions as a smartphone, but also drives away annoying pests with its “Mosquito Away” technology.
With mosquitoes becoming a big problem in most parts of the world, especially in South Asia, South Korean electronics company LG has come up with a solution by releasing the K7i in India.
Kentucky Fried Chicken is joining forces with Huawei to release a limited edition smartphone in honor of the fast-food chain’s 30th anniversary in China.
In collaboration with one of China’s largest electronics company, the KFC Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus is available in signature red with a logo of Colonel Sanders and 1987, the year KFC made its debut in the country, inscribed on the back.
If you’ve ever wondered why people don’t often use periods to end their text messages, you can cross off the idea that they’re just against proper grammar.
According to a new study published last month in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, text messages ending with periods are perceived as less sincere.
New research finds that children outperform adults in producing creative ideas for smartphones devices.
In a day and age when newer phone models are replacing their predecessors more quickly than ever, innovation is key to beating competitors. If mobile companies are seeking innovative designs for new products and services, they would be wise to look towards children rather than adults, according to a recent study published in Sage Open.